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Fast Food franchises in Australia

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Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken is searching for franchise owners to successfully launch and grow its franchise network across Australia.
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Lone Star Rib House

Lone Star Rib House

If you're looking for the fastest growing food category in Australia and a proven business model, then this is the franchise for you. Min. Investment: $250,000
Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken

Camy's Chargrill Chicken is searching for franchise owners to successfully launch and grow its franchise network across Australia. Min. Investment: $350,000
Wendy's

Wendy's

Wendy’s is the world’s third largest quick service restaurant burger brand and is an established name in the food and beverage industry in markets around the world.
Royal Stacks

Royal Stacks

Join a kingdom that offers an exceptional dining experience to the masses. Min. Investment: $350,000
The Yiros Shop

The Yiros Shop

The Yiros Shop brings fast fresh Greek cuisine to the streets serving authentic and delicious Greek favourites. Min. Investment: $300,000

Franchise Spotlight: Fast Food

Nowhere has the franchising model been used more widely and effectively than the fast food sector.

Like most countries, Australia has an enormous fast-food sector that has achieved an impressive industry growth rate over several decades.

The $17bn industry has, admittedly, taken a hit during the coronavirus crisis, with revenues projected by market research firm IBISWorld to decline by 16.1% across 2019-20.

However, many operators were comparatively well insulated, with, for instance, McDonald’s already having a drive-thru option and Domino’s Pizza exclusively delivering to customers even before the pandemic hit.

Typically offering low prices compared to many other dine-in or takeaway options, fast food is also a recession-resilient culinary category.

Fast food industry analysis

The fast-food industry has embraced the franchising business model more than most sectors. Powered partly with capital raised by franchisees, the expansion of world-famous chains has been rapid without compromising quality or consistent customer experience. Having highly motivated business owners and a framework for assuring adherence to a winning formula have arguably been key to this success.

This business model has created an accurate perception that fast-food chains uphold consistently high standards in cleanliness, food hygiene, service speed and the food itself.

Leading chains in Australia, as elsewhere globally, are mostly either 100% franchised or have a substantial number of franchisees, including Mcdonald’s, Domino’s, KFC, Subway, Hungry Jack’s, Red Rooster and Nando’s.

The brand name recognition and high success rates these and even less well-known brands offer means there is no shortage of high-quality candidates jostling to become franchisees.

However, would-be franchisees must be willing to work long hours and weekends, have business acumen and strong interpersonal and managerial skills, and be able to follow a tried-and-tested formula in a fast-paced environment.

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