Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill
Mad Mex has been franchising for 12 years. Here Founder Clovis Young talks about innovation, expansion and franchisee support Q: What innovations are helping franchisees’ businesses? A: We’ve completed a major aesthetic design refresh
Mexican fast food brands have been riding the wave of popularity over the past few years and there’s plenty to be excited about as a potential franchisee. While fast food
The Mad Mex golden ticket search for 40 lucky customers who will win a free burrito each week for the rest of 2020 is up and running. The consumer promotion that
Mexican-inspired chains aren’t just featuring on the franchise market, they are driving it. So who are the big players making moves on the Mexican market? 4 Mexican fast food chains
Mexican themed Quick Service Restaurant (QSR), Mad Mex has kicked off its inaugural Asian expansion with a new outlet in Singapore. The latest Mad Mex global growth marks the first
Mad Mex has a new national development manager who is responsible for design, construction, legal and franchising. The new incumbent takes up a role filled by outgoing Phil Blanco [pictured above]
It’s the cuisine that’s brought us beer and burritos, tacos and tequila. It’s fresh food with zest, from beans and beef to chicken and chilli. Check out these 5 Mexican food
If it wants to be seen as a natural and healthy ‘fast food’ restaurant, the latest Mad Mex refresh, the brand’s first in over 10 years, certainly delivered. On Monday,
Seasoned franchisees Jim and Linda Ainsworth head up the Mad Mex team in Albury, NSW. While they are just one year into running this fast food favourite, the pair have notched up almost 30 years with brands such as Subway and Healthy Life.
Singaporean casual dining brand, 4FINGERS has acquired a 50 per cent stake in Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill, a deal that will see new expansion rollout in the coming months.