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PONKO Chicken - Fast-Casual Fried Chicken Franchise

A flourishing franchise ready to take on ambitious entrepreneurs willing to be their own boss while working with a brand and business model that works!

Territory Information

Location:
Jacksonville
Franchise Fee:
$50,000
Liquid Capital:
$250,000
Profile

Sizzle with Success: Explore a PONKO Chicken Franchise - Where Flavor Reigns Supreme!

PONKO Chicken offers a unique fusion of Japanese and Southern flavors in our ever-developing, innovative, seasonal menus, which make our brand stand out in a competitive market.

Our success is based on our dedication to quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction, which leads to trust and loyalty.

The Ingredients Of Our Growing Franchise

Our delicious fried chicken uses fresh, high-quality ingredients, which makes us a solid investment for franchisees.

Our scalable business model is suitable for expanding into new markets and territories. With the growing demand for fast-casual dining and unique culinary experiences, PONKO Chicken is in a perfect position to capitalize on this with a growing network of franchise partners.

We also encourage community engagement, fostering positive relationships with customers and local areas through events, sponsorships, and charitable initiatives.

Achievements Of The Brand

Our expansion has led to multiple branches opening up across different regions and cities, catering to a growing customer base.

We also signed our first 3-unit drive-thru deal in 2024, introducing our unique Japanese-style fried chicken to more markets across the southeast.

We’ve garnered positive reviews from local and online customers, highlighting the quality of our food, service, and overall dining experience.

We’ve received industry recognition and awards, acknowledging our excellence in culinary innovation, concept, and customer satisfaction. The PONKO Chicken brand has also been featured in various media outlets, including newspapers, magazines, blogs, television shows, and social media platforms, helping increase our visibility.

Our success has led to us being able to work with other businesses, chefs, or organizations on special projects, events, or menu collaborations, enhancing our brand.

The environment is always a vital aspect to any new business. PONKO Chicken has implemented various sustainability initiatives, such as sourcing local ingredients, reducing waste, using eco-friendly packaging, and aligning ourselves with our customers’ expectations of us in contributing to environmental responsibility.

Training + Support

We make sure every one of our franchisees has everything they need to fulfil the potential of their business and themselves as leaders. This includes:

  • Operations Training: This covers the franchise business’s day-to-day operations, including food preparation, kitchen operations, customer service standards, inventory management, and quality control.
  • Management Training: Managerial tasks such as hiring and training staff, scheduling, financial management, and administrative responsibilities.
  • Marketing & Sales Training: Guidance on marketing strategies, branding, advertising, and promotional activities to help attract and retain customers.
  • Product Knowledge: Training on menu offerings, ingredients, preparation methods, and presentation standards to ensure consistency.
  • Technology Training: Set up and training on all our technology systems and processes.
  • Compliance and Legal Training: Regulatory requirements, health and safety standards, and other legal obligations to ensure compliance with local, state, and federal laws.
  • Ongoing Support: We also offer ongoing support to franchisees beyond the initial training period. This includes field support visits, regular communication, access to resources and materials, and assistance with operational challenges.

Franchisee Requirements And Day In The Life

The day in the life of a PONKO Chicken franchise owner can vary depending on factors such as the number of restaurants you own, whether you have a GM and the specific responsibilities of the individual owners.

However, here’s a general outline of what a typical day might look like:

  • Review sales reports from the previous day, check inventory levels, and communicate with key staff members to discuss issues or updates.
  • Schedule shifts, conduct staff meetings or training sessions, and address any personnel issues.
  • Ensure food quality and service standards are met, monitor customer satisfaction, and address operational challenges.
  • Greet guests, address feedback or complaints, and build relationships.
  • Manage relationships with vendors and suppliers, place orders for supplies, review pricing and contracts, and ensure timely delivery of goods.
  • Monitor finances by tracking sales, expenses, and profitability.
  • Develop marketing strategies, plan special events, and manage the restaurant’s social media accounts.
  • Handle administrative tasks like payroll processing, bookkeeping, compliance with regulatory requirements, etc.
  • Dedicate time to strategic planning to ensure the restaurant's long-term success. Set goals, explore expansion opportunities, and make decisions about menu changes.
  • End of the day, conduct a final sales and inventory review, ensure the restaurant is clean and prepped for the next day, and may even lock up the premises themselves.

Overall, the day in the life of a PONKO Chicken franchise owner is dynamic and demanding, requiring a balance of operational oversight, staff management, customer service, and strategic planning to ensure the business's success.

 


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