Thank you for expressing an interest in a Bulk Barn franchise. The information provided on this website is designed to give you a brief overview of our Company.
In an effort to assist you with your review, we have listed the key ingredients which we believe one should address when exploring a franchise opportunity:
Evaluate the Franchisor’s Credibility
Your first and foremost concern should be whether the Franchisor has an established level of credibility. How reputable and credible is the organization that you may be considering to join?
Evaluate the Viability of the Product or Service
Of equal importance is the acceptability of the organization’s product/service in the marketplace. How good is the track record? What is the level of consumer acceptance?
Evaluate the presentation and appearance of existing stores throughout the chain. Is the signage in the store eye-catching? Is the store clean and inviting? Is the layout well organized? Is store presentation consistent from one store to the next?
Quality of Corporate Office Team
Assess the overall professionalism of the Corporate Head Office. What level of quality can you expect from the support/assistance which the Franchisor intends to provide you with? How talented and qualified are their key people? This is an important ingredient, as you will have close on-going dealings with the Franchisor, week in and week out.
Overall Fit for You
Finally, does the opportunity suit YOU and is it the right FIT? In the end, this is what really matters!
Keep the above five points in mind - get your questions answered, and enjoy your journey through our package. We wish you the best of luck with your future endeavours!
BULK BARN FOODS LIMITED
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I was from the outset looking for a great, reputable, well established, growing food business.
Bulk Barn offered all of the above and much more. I also chose Bulk Barn because it was related to the food business. I have always believed that a food business would offer more stability and sustainability during economic downturns.
My initial research into various food businesses made Bulk Barn ...more