KFC Franchise

If you are interested in entering KFC franchise system, then there are quite a few things you need to know about the brand and the process of entering the system. First of all, congratulations on taking the initiative to explore an American icon, a restaurant chain that has been pleasing customers for over 60 years, making it America's favorite chicken franchise. Being in business for this many years has its advantages, KFC has developed a complete franchising program and a team that is there to support you each step of the way. These programs enable you to benefit from the cumulative experience of many business professionals, a benefit that is frequently not available should you choose to start your business from scratch. Getting started as a franchise owner starts by gathering information. To facilitate information gathering, KFC has developed a website specifically targeted at those looking to become franchisees, www.kfcfranchise.com. This site has been designed to be very user friendly and is intended to provide you with an introduction to the company, the qualification requirements, and the process of being a franchisee. This website has been helping people just like you to learn what it takes to own a KFC franchise. You should be provided with enough information to decide whether or not this particular restaurant franchise is going to provide the right business model for your needs.

One of the first things a person should take a look at before starting their own KFC franchise is precisely how they can benefit. The first way in which you can benefit is simply that Kentucky Fried Chicken already has a proven successful business model and a highly recognizable name. When you start a new business it can be difficult to achieve the same level of brand recognition that you would with a franchise that is well known and well respected. KFC and its franchisees all contribute to a national advertising fund, this results in the system spending over $200 million advertising each year. Over the years, this advertising has led to enviable awareness level across the United States, most everyone has heard of Kentucky Fried Chicken. If you decide to choose a KFC franchise, you benefit from this substantial awareness. Spending more than $200 million annually on advertising in all types of media, KFC and its franchisees build a strong foundation on which local franchisees can build. With this foundation, local franchisees create links in the local community, frequently sponsoring teams, holding events at the restaurant or by being part of local business groups. When you combine this with hard work and dedication (including the great taste of Original Recipe Chicken served hot and fresh, you will realize a much higher customer base and the potential to build a larger and larger pool of satisfied and loyal customers. Another primary benefit which many KFC franchise owners can taking advantage of is a system that is set up to assist the new KFC franchise owners. As you enter any new system, a business owner has so many questions.

KFC has developed a quality on boarding program to enable you to get set up in the system, understand best practices for building your store and building your team and allow you to set your restaurant up for a fast start. Having an established set of tasks to focus on can make an extremely complex process seem very manageable. And, KFC assigns lead contacts in each critical area so you have someone to guide you at each step in the process. So if you are worried about starting your own business because it may be too difficult, take a deep breath and relax because it is not as hard as you may have previously thought. Help is readily available through the website at www.kfcfranchise.comm and through participation in the KFC quality on boarding program, all part of the proven KFC franchise support network. Once you have read the basic information, you will be able to fill out an application that will let the company contact you with more details regarding becoming a KFC franchise owner.

Multi Unit Franchising
         My father and I have always had a good relationship and now that I joined him on a full-time basis three years ago, we’ve found something that we can share and develop together. And we’ve found a great company in KFC to partner with.
Ron and

KFC Franchisees
since 1983