We’re always looking for hands-on, ambitious people who are ready to make a long-term commitment to our business. As a franchisee, you’ll need to make a significant up-front financial investment, which means having at least £85,000 in unencumbered funds. You’ll also be ready to lead from the front and work within our framework to give yourself the greatest chance of success.
A franchise at McDonald’s is an appealing investment, but it’s also a big ask. We look for dedicated individuals who are willing to work hard, and we have a rigorous selection process to ensure we choose the right people. If you’re up to the challenge, the rewards can be worth it – the majority of restaurants have cash flows of between £95,000 and £200,000 or higher.
What will the initial cost be?
• The right to run a restaurant typically requires an upfront payment of between £200,000 and £500,000
• You’ll need to provide 25% of the investment in unencumbered funds upfront – the rest can be funded through a bank loan
• You’ll need to pay a one-off franchise fee of £30,000
• You’ll need to pay a £5000 deposit when you start your training, which we’ll refund when you buy your first franchise, less any costs we incur in relation to your training, including course fees of approximately £750 and any costs for accommodation and/or training materials.