In 2012, Caffe Bene, a traditional European coffee house from South Korea, expanded to the Philippines. The Caffe Bene Franchise is now rapidly expanding in a very competitive market and gaining more and more loyal customers with their delectable food items which are served in a relaxed environment to help customers chill right in the middle of the busy metro.
Caffe Bene leads the consumer trend of coffee market in South Korea and is paving the way to better coffee from their exclusive selection of only 2% of the best coffee beans. And where better to invest than in a franchise that is becoming the new leader in the coffee market. Franchising Caffe Bene has 5 easy steps and these are application, review, interview, approval and the grand opening.
Franchise fee for the Caffe Bene franchise is 1.5 million pesos and a construction cost of around 15 million pesos for a minimum required store size of 1,500 square feet. It has a royalty fee of 4.9% of monthly gross sales and a monthly marketing fee of 2% gross sales. It takes around 2 – 4 weeks for an application to be processed, however, applications with locations may be expedited.
Included in the hefty investment are the site selection guidance, architectural design and construction assistance, pre-opening and start up support, franchise manual, set-up assistance, initial inventory, supplies and equipment, grand opening assistance, advertising and marketing support.
Keep in mind that most Filipinos today would spend at least a day in a coffee shop and it is now becoming a part of the Filipino routine to go to coffee shops so attracting customers was never a problem with this franchise.
If you’re interested in getting a Caffe Bene Franchise, you may contact them through any of their contact information below:
Facebook Page: facebook.com/caffebeneph
Email: [email protected]
Address: Unit 1 MOCA Commercial Square, Roxas Boulevard cor. Cortabitarte St., Malate, Manila, Philippines
Jack is a self-made entrepreneur, who actually started out in the Military, then worked for the Government for a few years, until he finally made that bold step and started out his own online and offline businesses. He’s never looked back ever since, and hasn’t been happier…