Filipinos are fan of takeouts. Nowadays, because of the busy lifestyle of most people, they choose to buy takeout foods that they can just reheat when they get home. Of course, one of the most beloved takeout for Filipinos are the authentic Filipino foods as well. One of which is a roasted chicken – just like what Andoks has to offer.
Andoks is one of the well-known brand in the field of roasted chicken. For decades, the business has earned and win the Filipino’s heart in the perfect roasted chicken they can always enjoy in a family dinner. Now that they’ve managed to have several franchise all over the country, is Andoks the perfect business for you? Here’s your quick guide if you’re interested to invest in Andoks.
How can I apply for an Andoks franchise business?
For interested applicants, you have to comply with the following requirements set by Andoks:
- Letter of intent which also includes the site location proposal.
- Location map of site proposal.
- Resume with one (1) 2×2 photo.
- Bank Certification.
- Certificate of Employment.
Requirements for Franchising Andoks
- Letter of Intent specifying the exact location, size and other details of the proposed site (indicate if owned or leased)
- Location Map of the proposed site
- Applicant’s Personal Resume with 2X2 colored Picture and contact numbers
- Character References with contact numbers (not related to the applicant)
- Bank Certification (with authorization / waiver for credit check)
- Certificate of employment (if applicable)
Is Andoks a good investment?
With 300 stores all over the Philippines, it is sure that in the long run Andoks will be obtaining more due to its high demand. The good thing about Andoks is that a locally-owned business, thus it is something familiar to the Filipinos, a common food in their dining tables. Just like how Mang Insal had become a hit everywhere in the country, Andoks is not doubt close to making it as big as the aforementioned business.
What are the good things about franchising Andoks?
The good thing about acquiring Andoks is that you’ll have the opportunity to utilize their brand, name and logo- you’re already established and need not to spend a lot of money on marketing just to make your products prominent to people. There will also be preparation assistance that Andoks will give to you on starting your business.
Aside from that, they will also help in designing your store and provide manual on how to operate the business. Of course, they’d be providing you with training both in operation and customer service to ensure that you’ll meet customer satisfaction. You’ll also be advertised nationwide as part of the contract – thus saving you effort and money.
How much is your potential profit from Andoks?
Andoks have two (2) franchise business format that you may choose from. The takeout will cost around PHP 300,000.00 and has three (3) years worth of contract while Dine-in costs around PHP 500,000 with five (5) years worth of contract. Getting back your profit will depend on the monthly earnings that you’ve obtained. It will also depend on several factors such as but not limited to: employees’ compensation, renting of place, utility bills, and annual share of Andoks with your earnings.
What are the potential risks of franchising Andoks?
Competition is one of the potential risks in franchising Andoks. There are now numerous fast rising businesses similar to the platform of Andoks. Thus, aside from the branding already brought by Andoks, you’ve got to be in a strategic place where your products will always be in demand.
Who are my target customers in Andoks?
Your target customers for Andoks are families. Especially for special occassions and holidays, roasted chicken and friend chicken are on the top list of meals a typical Filipino family would have in their dining table. That’s why most of roasted chicken business that you can see are placed near subdvisions, markets, center markets and even malls.
Where should I put up my Andoks franchise?
Andoks will require you to submit a 40-50 sq. meters site proposal for a take-out store while dine-in store will require you to submit 200-250 sq. meters site proposal wherein 150-200 people can fit in.
Places that will definitely get the thumbs-up from Andoks are those near transportation terminals, malls, near wet and dry market, and even those in commercial and business areas.
Submit your requirements to Andok’s Corporation located at Corazon Tierro-Javier Building No 24 Bulacan Street, Barangay Bungad, West Avenue, Quezon City, Philippines. You may reach them at +63 (2) 372-4033 / +63 (2) 413-8201 or send them an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.