Teriyaki Madness is a Fast-Casual Japanese Restaurant Franchise serving up quality, fresh, healthy and flavorful Asian food in a high-vibe atmosphere.
Through years of mastering marinating, grilling, and wok-ing, they were able to make bowls that are as hearty and delicious as they are healthy.
Teriyaki Madness Franchises prepare meals with always fresh, never frozen marinated and grilled meats to create customizable bowls meant for delicious and healthier eating.
They have a collection of sauces, made from scratch with the best ingredients so they can bring a one-of-a-kind teriyaki taste to each bowl at an affordable price.
Teriyaki Madness Franchises bring teriyaki to a whole new level with a family friendly, neighborhood feel.
Asian food is the Global Hot Trend and the fastest growing food segment showing nearly 500% growth since 1999.
Teriyaki Madness has amazing unit sales and profitability with a low initial investment cost. Managed by an experienced group of fast casual executives combined with a mature business system, paves the way for Teriyaki Madness’ continued growth.
Fully transparent Item 19 which includes all Income Statements from shops open over 2 years. This shows a fantastic AUV of $1,161,201
Fast Growing Segment: The Asian food segment is poised for massive growth as consumers are fascinated with Asian cuisine with a nearly 500% growth in the Asian food trend since 1999
Affordable Investment: The total investment is estimated to be significantly lower than the initial investment for a fast-casual restaurant, providing you with the opportunity to open multiple locations, faster, with a superior return on investment. Teriyaki Madness has a sales to investment ratio of 2.1, way above the industry average of 1.7!
Flexibility with store placement with ability for inline stores, small footprints, relatively lower rent, and inexpensive buildouts help franchise owners to increase profits. Ideal square footage is 1200-1600 square feet!
Seasoned Support Team: With a highly capable and dedicated support team with combined 200 years of food franchise experience and outsourced, partner-suppliers, Teriyaki Madness recognizes the importance of a 1st-class Support Team.
Owner Validation: Their franchise owners will proudly tell candidates how their due diligence and hard work has paid off in spreading the madness. Teriyaki Madness’s education program is a primary focus as they have recorded live peer review calls and one-on-one engagements with franchise owners.
Franchise-Wide Benchmarking: Teriyaki Madness owners challenge not only themselves but each other through transparency reports that compare gross revenues, COGS, labor and more to push restaurants to higher profits!
Alternative to Fast Food: Big Bowls provide a delicious, healthier, and more fulfilling alternative to the usual fast food experience of burgers, subs, and pizzas. Includes a simple streamlined menu with high quality ingredients, made-to-order with full customization.
The supply chain department has built a national vendor relationship that aids in identifying cost savings and increased distribution competence.
Proven Business Model for over 19 years!
Teriyaki Madness successfully navigated through the pandemic. They opened 31 locations in 2020, 25 of those during the pandemic. They already had smaller footprints to cater to sales outside the 4 walls of more than 70% so when COVID hit they were already set up for online ordering with curbside pick-up, to go orders and 3rd party delivery. Up 18% YOY sales during COVID. They were up 30% in YOY sales in 2021.
You don’t need restaurant experience. Candidates may be worried they don’t have prior restaurant experience. Teriyaki Madness has an experienced support team and robust training program that can teach anyone how to be a successful restaurant owner.
Teriyaki Madness is a franchisor with a highly experienced and mature corporate team to train and oversee owners, setting them up for long term success.
The Teriyaki Madness support team will provide the skills and processes to build a successful team of employees for franchise owner’s Teriyaki shops.
Executive (“hands-off”): Passive Income Franchise Ownership. You own the business, but hire out all functions required to operate it, including day-to-day management. You will have little or no physical presence at the business location and own the business purely as an investment, not as a way to create or change your employment/career situation.
Owner/Operator (“hands-on”): You are front-and-center in the function of the business. You’ll typically work onsite most or all days that the business is open. You directly supervise the staff that is needed to run the shop, and have little time to do much else besides run the franchise, to an extent that other employment is practically impossible.
Semi-Absentee: Passive Income Franchise Ownership. Operational responsibility falls somewhere in between Executive (hands-off) and Owner/Operator (hands-on). Many semi-absentee franchise owners begin by keeping their day jobs/careers and relying on a manager to get their first store off the ground. If the franchisee succeeds with their first unit and decides to open additional ones, running the multi-unit franchise may prove lucrative enough for the semi-absentee owner to leave their day job/career and focus solely on the growing business venture.
Multi-unit operators - both of other franchises and those who are looking to open many Teriyaki Madness shops quickly Owner-Operators - will start with 1-3 and scale from there Semi-absentee - Those who want to manage the managers
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