KFC targets new recruits for fast food franchises in Sydney, Adelaide and Darwin
With plans to open 150 new fast food franchises within the next four years, KFC is currently looking for hands-on owner operators in Sydney, Adelaide and Darwin to fill currently new or existing store opportunities.
This year alone, the global chicken franchise is set to open 22 of these new stores, with the launch of KFC Chinderah the most recent addition to the brand.
Located south of Tweed Heads, the store will employ over 50 staff from the local area, and will be operated by newly recruited franchisees, Ben and Karolyn Turner.
The pair explains that strong growth in the local area, and the long proven success of the KFC brand prompted them to join the network of fast food franchises.
“KFC Australia builds good relationships with its franchisees, and has provided very positive and encouraging feedback to us during our franchise selection process,” Ben adds.
Underscoring the appeal of the brand, around 70 per cent of KFC restaurants in Australia are fast food franchises, with an average franchisee tenure of about 15 years.
KFC is currently looking for potential franchisees with strong business acumen and proven leadership history. Further information on opportunities currently available can be found online.24.11.2010