One-of-a-kind breakfast franchise backed by global franchise giants Kahala Brands and MTY Group
Opening a Ben & Florentine™ breakfast franchise has been life-changing for entrepreneurs from diverse, non-restaurant backgrounds like accounting and law, helping them realize their dreams of running a community-centric restaurant specializing in high-end food at affordable prices. A significant career transition like this could be challenging, but instead is made seamless thanks to the global franchise experts backing Ben & Florentine.
One of the perks of becoming a Ben & Florentine franchisee is having access to the support teams of franchise giants Kahala Brands™ and MTY Group™. A franchise company of this size — the two jointly own 70 brands and more than 5,500 franchised locations in nearly 30 countries — means that Ben & Florentine owners are automatically plugged into experienced teams to help them master every aspect of operations.
Immersive training help owners open successfully
“You don’t need any experience in the restaurant industry to franchise with Ben & Florentine. The entire head office is here to help you to launch your restaurant with success,” says Nicolas Lazin, Marketing and Communication Director in Canada. “Our training is a three- to four-week process, where you learn every aspect of the restaurant. We also do one week of classroom training, so you learn how to make payroll, order inventory and market effectively in your community. We’re a team — and we will work together every step of the way to help you thrive in your business.”
Ben & Florentine is bringing its proven concept to the U.S. for the first time and is excited to welcome entrepreneurs with a passion for breakfast food and customer service along with the desire to lead a team to one of the largest breakfast franchise systems out of Canada.
Over the past decade, Ben & Florentine has perfected its business model, making owning and operating a restaurant more accessible.
“From day one, we set out to establish a family spirit in our brand,” Lazin says. “One of the guiding principles of our brand is to be close with our franchisees. We work very hard to ensure that our franchisees are ideally suited for our brand, as they are the final point of contact between us and the customer. In turn, our number one goal is to help our franchisees thrive over the long term, finding solutions to their challenges and celebrating their successes.”
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