The Happy Mixer Gluten Free Bakery has specific fit out requirements to open and launch as quickly as possible. The chart below outlines some of the key areas of investment and ongoing brand expenses.
For those of you who are interested in securing your own Happy Mixer Gluten Free Bakery franchise, and want to become pre-qualified, click here.
Initial Fees and
Notes on Investment
|$348,925 to $556,700
|For a single bakery
|Initial Franchise Fee
|Included in the investment range
|6% of Gross Revenues
|Brand Development Fund
|2% of Gross Revenues
|Franchisee to also commit 1% of revenues to local advertising
|$3,000 to $7,000
|Pre-opening funds committed to business launch
(Included in the investment range)
Initial training for new franchise owners is covered in our 2-week training program held in our affiliate bakeries in Bucks County, PA. Our pre-opening training program covers comprehensive topics including daily operations, recipes and production standards, advertising and marketing, financial management and food safety, as well as systems to manage the overall business.
We offer additional training and support in your new bakery location once you are ready to open. We will continue to be available for ongoing support to ensure that you are prepared to run your own bakery in the local community you serve.
For more information on becoming a part of The Happy Mixer family, please complete the form below. We will be in touch shortly. Or, if you are ready to get started, call 215-933-2050 now.
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