Craveable Brands, which is the parent company of Red Rooster, Oporto and Chicken Treat, is on a recruitment surge, thanks to the growth of these popular brands during the pandemic.
A brilliant boost to the brand for Red Rooster franchisees as the well-loved chicken chain adds another three years to its Premier Partnership with NRL club the Sydney Roosters, home for teen sensation Joseph
There’s a new premiere partnership on the sporting scene. NRL premieres, Sydney Roosters, have signed a deal with Aussie born and bred chicken chain Red Rooster. That means footy fans
What do Oporto, Chicken Treat and Red Rooster have in common? Other than the obvious menu ingredient, chicken, these three homegrown Aussie food franchisees all share a parent company, Craveable Brands.
Fast food chicken chain Red Rooster has stepped up and joined forces with volunteer program Alex Makes Meals to help supply frontline medical staff with free meals. When 20 year
Sri Vinayagasundaram is no stranger to owning and operating his own business. Today he is a high-performing Red Rooster franchisee, but this is far from the whole story. From a
Five key points can help deliver the best customer experience and a successful new design or refurbishment project for food franchises. QSR brands strive to innovate their food and service
Craveable Brands group CEO and director Brett Houldin is stepping down after five years with the three-brand fast food business. Houldin joined craveable brands as finance director and COO in 2014. Three years
Brett Houldin knows about finance. Following his grandfather’s footsteps into accounting, this energetic CEO of craveable brands notched up experience with high profile brands such as PwC, Qantas, News Corp
A full-scale repositioning strategy has paid off for Australian fast-food chain Chicken Treat, with the brand reporting its strongest sales performance in years. Competition in the Quick Service Restaurant (QSR)