Fast-food chicken restaurant
Nearly 50 years ago, Colonel Sanders set out to sell complete meals to time-strapped families, calling his home meal replacements 'Sunday Dinner, Seven Days a Week.' Acquired by PepsiCo in 1986, KFC is now a part of Yum! Brands Inc., which includes A&W, Long John Silver's, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut.
The investment required to open a KFC Franchise is between $1,250,000-$2,530,000. There is an initial franchise fee of $25,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the KFC name.
K F C Ranks #14 On Franchise 500 List
Franchise Ranking History Franchise 500®: #14 (2014), #15 (2013), #17 (2012), #16 (2011), #24 (2010), #14 (2009), Fastest-Growing: #51 (2013), America's Top Global: #6 (2013), #16 (2012), #14 (2011), #19 (2010), #13 (2009) ...
K F C To Open 130 New Stores In Africa
KFC hopes to open about 130 new stores in Africa this year, bringing its restaurant count to 1000, MD Keith Warren said yesterday. "Last year we opened about 70 KFC s. This year we plan to up the ante. The opportunities in Africa are enormous," Mr Warren said. Yum, the owners of brands includi...
K F C To Focus On Innovation; Targets Youth To Build Brand Loyalty & Fight Competition
KFC has come a long way since being pelted with stones on its debut in 1995, having emerged as Yum! Restaurant's largest restaurant chain and McDonald's biggest challenger in the country. Yet, analysts feel that the American fast-food major has its toughest challenge yet ahead-of reaching its target...
K F C Names New C M O
KFC has named Jason Marker its CMO in the U.S., replacing Barry Westrum. A spokesman confirmed the move, saying Mr. Marker started in his new role last week, and that Mr. Westrum left the company "to pursue broader innovation opportunities." Mr. Marker comes to the U.S. CMO post after an 18-mo...
Colonel Sanders Had A Secret Recipe, And A Secret Manuscript
Paula Deen, step aside. Colonel Harland Sanders is about to teach America "real old-time country and farm cooking before it's forgotten." Yes, Colonel Sanders. On yellowed pages hidden for decades, the white-jacketed man with a special fried chicken recipe and a vision that helped create the m...
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Other Financing Source(s): 3rd-party financing available
Franchisees required to buy multiple units/master licenses
Absentee ownership of franchise is NOT allowed.
To calculate how much income a franchise owner can do at KFC Franchise, may vary on factors like location, size etc., On the other side as a business owner your goals to maintain the quality of service while streaming sales high and expenses low. As any other franchise may include rent/mortgage, staffing/family, inventory supplies, utilities, administrative costs vise vera. Location to location and seasons the months costs may vary. Most franchises start up costs are typically fixed and they will cover most of the initial operating costs like signage, furniture, decoration and renovations.
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