Sunday, March 30, 2008

TAZA Coffee

Coffee shops are the trendiest business you can start today. With their popularity evident in various establishments and malls all over the country. TAZA coffee is one such shop which offers great tasting coffee with excellent ambiance for everyone.

TAZA coffee is first located in the heart of the historic Cagayan de Oro (CDO). Fresh, bold beautiful and distinctively expressed cup business since 1998, recognized during the feast of CDO patron saint of Rosario strip, Limketkai Center.

TAZA takes it's name from the Arabic word for freshness Taza and operated by long time residents the Sy-Lee family who firmly believe in the necessity of inviting all patrons to take part in the building a sense of community

materializing the family belief, by selecting the finest raw gourmet coffee beans roasted to perfection for an exquisite cup every time, where you can choose from rich, pure coffees with other exotic blends and flavorful espresso coffees, exciting frapps and other delights by a perfect ambiance and by well trained professionals and friendly staff that will complete customer satisfaction. You can now own a TAZA franchise and bring their excellent coffee to everyone.

Franchise Information

Franchise Fee: 300,000.00

Franchise Inclusions:
  • Use of business name and proprietary marks
  • Location approval
  • Training for the franchise and service crew
  • Procurement program
  • Marketing assistance
  • Opening assistance
  • Operations manual
  • Research and development
Franchise term: 5 years
Total capital requirement: 2M (estimated)
Royalty fee: 3%
Space requirement: 50 square meters

RK Franchise Consultancy
Ground Floor Minnesota Mansion,

267 Ermin Garcia, Cubao,

1109 Quezon City, Philippines

Manila (02) 912-2946, 912-2973

Cebu Office (032) 273-3827, 238-3933

16SA Mars St., Villa Christina

Punta Princesa, Cebu

Nationwide Toll free: 1800-10-88888RK


Anonymous said...

This comment is not really related to TAZA coffee...
I am just wondering if there is any business opportunities or franchising businesses that we can put up abroad???
I am here in Spain and there are a lot of things that are not here, that Im thinking of putting up. But the resources are there in the Philippines.
We still dont have flavored french fries here like what we have in Potato Corner, or Zagu, or the fried dimsums that they sell in the streets. Also the designed balloons kiosks that we have in malls.
Im wondering if there is any chance that I can go back home and train and maybe coordinate with the companies to set them up here. It will also be a good business opportunity for other Filipinos that are here.
I have been emailing Zagu and Potato Corner but when they found out I am not in the Philippines, they didnt reply anymore...
MY EMAIL ADDRESS IS I hope to here from someone soon.. Thanks.

Mick said...

Coffee Franchises abound. It doesn't mean everyone is going to McDonalds and Starbucks when they are changing things around - these are just the two best examples of clever franchises (although that is certainly disputable with Starbucks of late). But a little, or a lot of competition in the coffee franchise industry is not going to slow it down anytime soon.