How to open a McDonalds Franchise in India?
McDonald’s has been a franchising organization since 1955, and has depended on its franchisees to assume a noteworthy part in the framework’s success.
McDonalds franchise has been giving the development licensee status and in India which is as of now in the hands of two entrepreneurs Amit Jatia , Vice Chairman, Hardcastle Restaurants Pvt. Ltd for West and South India and Vikram Bakshi ‘s Connaught Plaza Restaurants Private Limited for North and East India.
McDonald’s Franchise Disclosure Document
Before you settle on the choice to open a McDonald’s franchise, you need to look over a copy of their Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD). This is a 375 page documents that gives a broad outline of the rights and responsibilities of a McDonald’s franchise proprietor.
It contains fundamentals of cost, area, training, operations, and the progressing expenses required in working a McDonald’s franchise. The document contains a great deal of lawful and business terms, so on the off chance that you don’t have a broad foundation in law or business you might need to employ a business or corporate lawyer to help you interpret the FDD. You need to ensure you completely comprehend your rights and responsibilities before focusing on a franchise.
You can buy it online or simply Google the PDF (free).
Most McDonald’s owner/operators have entered the corporation by purchasing an existing restaurant.
A McDonald’s franchise requires a total investment of ~Rs 6.6 Cr-Rs 14 Cr, with liquid capital available of Rs 5 Cr.
The franchise fee is Rs 30 lakh.
As a franchise, you will be charged a service fee of 4% of total sales.
Expected Breakeven Point: ~2-3 years