Burger King Franchise

Quick-service hamburger restaurant


In 1954, James McLamore and David Edgerton opened the first Burger King restaurant in Miami; selling 18 cent broiled hamburgers and milkshakes. Three years later, the company's signature Whopper was introduced, selling for 37 cents a piece. Today Burger King restaurants serve chicken nuggets, salads, a breakfast menu and kids meals. In 1998, the company opened its 10,000th location in Sydney, Australia.

The franchise granted can be operated at one of three locations and facility types:
  1. Institutional
    Locations: “Institutional locations” include government buildings and
    facilities, medical facilities, airports, train and bus stations, sports
    facilities, factories, corporate campuses, turnpikes, limited access
    toll roads, theme parks, zoos and educational facilities.
  2. Traditional
    Burger King Restaurant Facility: A self-contained, full size Burger
    King
    Restaurant which is located and operated on a site as a
    freestanding building or within another building structure such as a
    shopping mall. A Traditional Burger King Restaurant does not share any
    common areas with any other businesses and serves the standard approved
    menu for Burger King Restaurants.
  3. Non-Traditional Burger King Facility: A Burger King Restaurant may be located at a site which
    includes other businesses, such as retail, food service, gas stations,
    convenience stores, other franchised businesses or restaurants or other
    similar facilities.



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How much does it cost to open a Burger King Franchise?

The estimated investment required to open a Burger King Franchise is between $323,100-$3,076,600. There is an initial franchise fee of $15,000-$50,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the Burger King name.

Individual Unit Costs

  • Initial Investment:
    $323,100-$3,076,600
  • Initial Franchise Fee:
    $15,000-$50,000
  • Royalty Fee:
    4.5%
  • Advertising Fee:
    4%
  • Term of Agreement:
    20 years
  • Renewal Fee:
    $50K



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When did the first Burger King open? 1954
When did Burger King start Franchising? 1961

International: Africa, Asia, Canada, Eastern Europe, Middle East, Western Europe,

Expense In-House Third Party
Franchise Fee No No
Startup Costs No No
Equipment No No
Inventory No No
Accounts Receivable No No
Payroll No No

Training
Before the opening of the Restaurant, franchisees must successfully complete the franchisor's training program. The training program is held in Miami, Florida or other locations specified by the franchisor. In-Restaurant Training will be held in various Restaurant locations that have been authorized as Training Restaurants. The franchisor may require additional training programs for individual Owner/Operators or Managing Directors to implement current operations, standards, and procedures and to facilitate the growth and changes of the franchisee. The franchisor also makes available and sometimes requires periodic workshops and seminars for managers, which include management courses and updating of operational skills. The franchisor will provide Pre-opening and Restaurant opening assistance as it deems appropriate. The franchisor also provides continuing operations training programs, which franchisees (as an Operating Partner, Managing Director, Director of Operations, or Managing Owner, as applicable) may be required to attend. For certain training courses, franchisees must pay a course or materials fee to the franchisor or third parties. The franchisor may make changes and revisions to the training program, locations or materials at any time.

Support
Meetings, Toll-free phone line, Grand opening, Security/safety procedures, Field operations/evaluations

Marketing
Co-op advertising, National media, Regional advertising

Business Experience:

  • Industry experience
  • General business experience
  • Marketing skills

  • To calculate how much income a franchise owner can do at Burger King 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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    Burger King

    Burger King

    Burger King Corp.
    P.O. Box 020783
    Miami, FL
    33157

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