Building better sandwiches. Building better futures.
We’re as committed to building better sandwiches, as we are to helping you build a better business. Operate your own franchise, create substantial equity for your future, and bring a little joy to the block with a brand that customers love.
We create inventive and original recipes, use fresh Canadian ingredients to fill our sandwiches, and most importantly, we make our bread fresh in house to ensure sandwiches of the highest quality. For our franchisees, we’ll be right by your side to help you get your store off the ground and to ensure you have the best business training possible. We’ll also continuously offer support throughout your Press’d journey.
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Your Franchising Q’s, Our Answers
What is the royalty fee?
The royalty fee is 6% of sales payable to Press’d Franchising on a weekly basis.
How much is the marketing fund contribution?
The marketing fund contribution is 2% of sales payable to Press’d Franchising on a weekly basis.
Can I open a Press’d franchise with a partner?
You sure can.
What is the average size of a Press’d restaurant?
The average Press’d is 1,000 – 1,300 square feet, however we have built them as large as 2,300 square feet and as small as 412 square feet.
Is previous restaurant experience required?
No, while previous restaurant experience can sometimes be an asset it is not mandatory. We will teach you everything you need to know about the restaurant business during your training, the most important thing is to come ready and willing to learn.
Do I have to find my own location?
No, the Press’d real estate team will work to identify suitable locations in your area. Once you have decided on a location the real estate team will assist with securing the premises and negotiating the lease for you.
What is the length of the franchise agreement?
Press’d franchise agreements are for a period of 10 years and franchisees are granted the option to renew for an additional 10 years.