World famous for its fish & chips, Harry Ramsden’s is proud to be Britain’s longest established restaurant chain – with a proud heritage and history of success that speaks for itself, that has created brand awareness that is close to 80 per cent. Celebrating over 90 years in operation, Harry Ramsden’s has stood the test of time and today has branches across the U.K., Ireland and Malaysia.
Harry Ramsden’s franchisees are investing for the future with the contemporary new look and feel, refreshed menu and consistently great product and execution, combining to give a real commercial opportunity for franchise partners to be part of the growth story.
In addition, the growing popularity of home delivery is adding a lucrative incremental revenue stream and with relationships in place with Deliveroo, Uber and Just Eat, franchisees will be able to maximize this from the outset.
There has never been a better time to join Harry’s franchise family.
How does Harry Ramsden’s franchise model work?
The brand’s three franchise formats are: quick-service restaurant/takeaway, assisted service, and full-service restaurants provide right-sized opportunities for multiple trade areas. Harry Ramsden’s has territories available in coastal towns, tourist hot spots, major towns and cities along with dedicated outlet centers.
What kind of franchisee is Harry Ramsden’s looking for?
Harry Ramsden’s franchise is looking for new partners who have the appetite for multiple units and could be either an existing food and beverage brand franchisee looking to diversify their business or a new franchisee with great food and beverage experience, looking to create their own business with a trusted brand.
What does the franchisee get in return?
Joining Harry Ramsden’s gives new partners the opportunity to join a brand with huge tradition, pedigree with a worldwide presence.
What kind of training and support does Harry Ramsden’s offer its franchisees?
Two weeks of in-store training at our centre of excellence in the U.K. followed by two business support managers and two store managers on-site, pre and post-opening for a further two weeks.
Harry Ramsden’s is only looking for multi-unit operators or large prestige stores around the world. A typical investment would range from £100,000 for a Hut up to £1m for a large 5000 sq. ft restaurant.
Terms and conditions
A 10-year agreement with good faith terminology to extend.
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