FAQS OF ASIAN FAST FOOD FRANCHISES
Teriyaki Madness is an Asian food franchise that is the perfect low risk, high reward opportunity. We have taken America’s love for asian food and transformed it into a simple, scalable business. We offer a tasty and healthy menu that rivals that of any other Japanese franchise and we have attracted a large, loyal crowd of raving fans. For those interested in partnering with our successful Asian fast food franchise, we have compiled a list of common questions we receive from potential franchises:
What is the required investment to open a Teriyaki Madness?
The investment to open a Teriyaki Madness ranges from $327,200 – $678,260*. This includes the franchise fee and everything you need to get your Asian fast food franchise up and running. Franchise owners are also expected to pay a weekly royalty equal to 6% of gross sales to retain the rights of the TMAD name and trademarks, our operating systems, and more.
How long will it take to open my Teriyaki Madness location?
After you have been awarded a franchise, our goal is to get your location open and running as soon as possible. Time frames can vary due to real estate, lease negotiations, permits, and construction.
Do I need restaurant management experience?
While industry experience is not required to run a Teriyaki Madness, it is definitely beneficial and individuals who have it are preferred. However, as long as you have strong management skills, business experience, and are customer service oriented, you will make a good candidate.
How much money can I make with an Asian fast food franchise?
All of it! No, but seriously. We are the leader of Asian fast food franchises for a reason. Our current AUV is $1,079,488*. That’s right. Owning a Teriyaki Madness Japanese franchise could bring you more than $1 million sales annually.
Will I have assistance for my Japanese franchise?
Still have questions? We have answers! Contact us today to learn more about one of the best Asian fast food franchises.
* Refer to the 2021 Franchise Disclosure Document