Have you heard about the awesome benefits of multi-unit franchising with Jack in the Box?
At Jack in the Box, we have more than 70 years of experience with multi-unit franchise ownership.
In this article, we’ll go over five benefits of multi-unit franchising with Jack in the Box.
1) Average Franchisee Owns 15+ Locations
Most of the 110+ franchise owners at Jack in the Box are multi-unit operators. As a matter of fact, the average Jack franchisee owns more than 15 restaurants.
Our franchisees have a deep passion for our brand. Plus, many of them originally started with Jack by working in the kitchen, serving customers, and managing operations.
You’ll notice a big portion of our stores have been owned for generations. We’re even starting to see third-generation franchisees become operators themselves.
So why is this an important benefit of multi-unit franchising with Jack in the Box? It shows that Jack in the Box is a multi-unit franchise at its core.
We're able to use our 70+ years of experience to help you grow a successful multi-unit portfolio of Jack in the Box restaurants.
2) Prime U.S. Markets Available
Another benefit of multi-unit franchising with Jack in the Box is the wide variety of prime markets we have available in the United States.
This presents franchisees with an opportunity to grow and scale their operations in some of the largest and most exciting markets in America.
When you look at our map of available markets, you’ll see most of the territories east of the Mississippi River are open for new franchise growth.
Being able to develop multiple franchises in markets with this much potential is rare in the quick service restaurant (QSR) industry. It would be hard to do with other top brands.
This also aids with owners of existing multi-unit portfolios. If you’re already operating multiple brands within a geographic area, there’s a good chance we have available opportunities in your market.
3) Economies of Scale
Multi-unit franchisees enjoy many economies of scale while owning and operating their locations – especially with Jack in the Box.
For example, you may have lower distribution, infrastructure, and administrative costs as you scale your franchising business to new markets.
Also, your ability to negotiate preferred pricing with suppliers will improve due to higher order volumes. This might be able to help you deal with supply chain issues, too.
4) Menu Variety & Innovation
Jack in the Box offers a large and distinctive 24/7 menu with five dayparts to our customers. This means you can get anything on our menu at any time – day or night.
Plus, our corporate team is constantly researching and developing new and exciting products for our loyal customers to enjoy.
Here are some of our latest menu innovations:
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Having a 24/7 menu with this type of variety and innovation will ensure there’s something your customers will crave regardless of the time of day.
5) Kitchen Automation
Another way Jack in the Box is innovating the way our franchisees do business is by testing new technology in our restaurants.
Jack in the Box has partnered with Miso Robotics to test their Flippy 2 and Sippy products at one of our standalone restaurants in San Diego.
These robots leverage artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, and data analytics to work the fryer and operate the drink station.
Leveraging automation in our restaurants gives employees the freedom to spend more time in front of customers and deliver a CRAVEABLE customer experience.
Check Out These Additional Resources
As you can see, there are many benefits of multi-unit franchising with Jack in the Box.
At Jack in the Box, our franchisees have a deep passion for our brand that is passed down from generation to generation.
Here are some additional online resources you may like to check out: