Hey there, boss. That title definitely suits you.
When it comes to franchise opportunities that are as affordable as they are attractive, Waffle World® has all the right ingredients. This is your chance to make your entrepreneurial dreams a reality for as little as US$99,995!*
In order to start your Waffle World business, you’ll need the finances to cover:
- Down payment on the Van (US$10,000)
- Initial franchise fee (US$15,000)
- Balance owed on Van when outfitting is completed (US$74,995 due in two installments)
Franchise candidates may receive financial assistance from our third party lender as long as they have the proper credit rating. If we think you’re the right fit for Waffle World, we’ll work with you as best we can to make the numbers work. It’s definitely worth starting a conversation to learn more about the opportunity.
It’s also important to note that the Waffle World royalty rate is not based on a percentage of sales – it’s simply a flat rate. So no matter how much business you do, we don’t take a bigger piece of the pie (or in this case, the waffle).
Waffle World Has Multiple Layers
Beyond the finances, there are other facets of the business to consider – all of which are meant to help make your franchise experience a positive one.
Supply for the demand:
Waffle World has an arrangement with a national manufacturer of sliced ice cream and will recommend distributers for the toppings and supplies as well. The waffle mix will be ordered and shipped through Waffle World directly.
Mark your territory:
As a Waffle World franchisee, you will receive your own protected area. It will consist of approximately 250,000 people, meaning you shouldn’t have to drive more than an hour, or beyond a 150-mile radius.
Grow your business:
Scalability is a key component of a successful franchise. With Waffle World, you can develop your territory as you see fit. As long as there are customers, you can be as creative as you want.
*Covers the cost of the Van and the initial franchise fee. Excludes any applicable sales taxes and working capital requirements. See our Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD) for details.