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Saturday, February 21, 2009

Franchising Nomimono

Japanese food has always been very popular here in the Philippines, and now Nomimono is bringing the Japanese styled refreshment bar to the Filipinos. The first Nomimono outlet was established near the University of Santo Tomas (UST) in 2007. Strong sales made them expanded to another outlet near De La Salle University (DLSU) in Malate, Manila. They are currently well positioned for growth and expansion, with a wide variety of products to choose from like burgers plus burger desserts, a variety of beverages like fruit shakes, aloe jelly, aloe yakult lemonade and more. Combo meals are also offered to give patrons value for their money. They are currently in expansion mode and are now ready to franchise.

Franchise Information:

Kiosk

Franchise Fee: P150,000.00
Initial term: 5 years
Royalty fee: P5,000.00 fixed per month
Minimum required space: 4 sqm
Total capital requirement: P400,000.00

Cafe

Franchise Fee: P350,000.00
Initial term: 5 years
Royalty fee: 5% of sales per month
Minimum required space: 40 sqm
Total capital requirement: P1,200,000.00

Franchise Inclusions:
  • Use of business name and other proprietary marks
  • Location approval
  • Training for the franchisee and sales staff
  • Procurement program
  • Initial Starting Supply
  • Marketing Assistance
  • Opening Assistance
  • Operations manual
  • Research and development
Contact Details:

Gladys June Ng Licaros
Nomimono Refreshment Bar
67-B Scout de Gui Street, Quezon City
Tel: (02) 411-2919 or (02) 373-0380

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