Point Franchise is thrilled to welcome Rooster Shack into its franchise portfolio.
Fast food businesses work particularly well as franchises, which is why we’re so pleased to broaden our selection of investment opportunities in this sector. Rooster Shack is a fast-casual chicken outlet with a difference. Prioritising quality and efficient operating systems, it hopes to carve out a reputation as a cooler, more professional alternative to the classic fast food chicken shops you see on UK high streets.
Rooster Shack serves grilled chicken, wings and wraps, as well as burgers, rice boxes and milkshakes. It even makes fresh piri-piri flavourings to compete with the biggest names in the sector, and offers halal, vegetarian and vegan options to cater to a wide range of consumers. As a result, it can attract students, office workers and young families throughout the week.
The concept was dreamt up by the Mamud family, who opened their first store in Woking in 2016. Just last year, it completed a rebrand and won the Good Food Award for Takeaways. Investors who open up their own branch of the fast food franchise can benefit from its multiple revenue streams by offering food to eat in, take away or be delivered.
Rooster Shack’s business model allows franchisees to operate in sites as small as 500 square feet, putting rent percentages in single digits. If you want to get involved, you’ll need to make a total investment of £150,000, including franchise fees of £17,500. After two years, you can expect to make a yearly revenue of around £500,000.
Investors should also have experience managing their own business, but will be able to rely on quality training and ongoing support. To find out more and register your interest, visit Rooster Shack’s profile page here.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©