The franchise, a purveyor of freshly baked savoury and sweet crepes, has joined the Point Franchise network.
Established in 2004, Crepeaffaire set up its flagship location in London. Since then the crepe franchise has grown at an impressive rate, and is keen to increase its UK presence to 50 stores within the next five years. The idea for Crepeaffaire came from the mind of founder, Daniel Spinath, who was inspired to create the franchise by his fond memories of eating delicious crepes on childhood holidays. Demand demonstrates that Daniel’s idea was a good one.
Crepeaffaire’s strong record of domestic and international success makes it clear that an investment with the franchise would be equal parts exciting and financially sensible, and to become a Crepeaffaire franchisee, you’d need to make a minimum investment of £60,000, with franchise fees of £20,000 and a total investment amount of £120,000.
For your investment, you’ll receive the rights to use the brand’s trademark, operating methods and bespoke operating systems. You’ll gain access to the supply chain and the equipment and products you need at exclusive prices. You’ll be integrated into the company’s website, social media and marketing services. You’ll then be given real estate guidance, design and fit-out guidance, and business plan development support. You’ll also have ongoing access to manuals, recipes and style guides, and support from your dedicated franchise business manager will never be far away.
The ideal Crepeaffaire franchisee would be someone with integrity and a passion for food. They would have a strong belief in the Crepeaffaire brand and ethos, a good knowledge of the regional market and strong business planning skills. They would also be able to effectively manage people and build teams. If these criteria sound like you, you might fit in perfectly at Crepeaffaire. Find out more about franchising with the company via its profile page, linked above.
Lily Sweeney, Point Franchise ©