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The food and beverage sector has always dominated the industry of franchises in Mexico, if in your case you plan to invest in a businessan excellent opportunity can be Tono’s House, this company that was born in CDMX in the 70s, today is very popular for its dishes and has several branches. Here we detail how much money you will need to start one in 2023
The business success of Tono House It is because they offer exquisite Mexican snacks, at very affordable prices; from the traditional red pozole, some golden flautas, quesadillas or sopes with typical stews and even a delicious suckling pig; among others. Within its menu there are also breakfasts at very affordable prices; from some chilaquiles to some muffins.
Tono’s House It was founded in 1978, it all started with a quesadillas and appetizers stand in the Claveria neighborhood, in the then Azcapotzalco delegation, according to the restaurant chain’s official website. This business was run by Marco Antonio Campos, better known as Toño, and his family.
In 1979, “Toño” decided not to continue with his university studies, and to start his own business with his mother’s recipes. In this way, little by little he gained fame among the residents of the neighborhood who went to “Toño’s house” for some appetizers and a pozole, which was one of the last dishes to be added to the menu, but which is now the most distinctive of the house.
At the moment, Tono’s House It has 58 restaurant branches distributed in Mexico City, where breakfast, lunch, desserts and home delivery are served.
How much does a La Casa de Toño franchise cost in Mexico 2023?
The initial costs to open a Toño’s House franchise may vary depending on the size and location of the restaurant. In general, the initial costs can range between 4 million and 8 million pesos, according to Héctor Almora, restaurant operations specialist, on the Intelligent Business portal.
These may include the fee for franchise, the remodeling of the premises, the purchase of equipment and supplies, and the initial inventory. However, the cost of doing business Tono House It could vary, since the company does not provide data or resources about its profit and investments.
Investment return. -One might believe that investing in a franchise of Tono House it could be recovered almost immediately, however, it is not. The specialist Héctor Almora considers that the money invested is obtained within a period of between 4 and 7 years, approximately.
Royalties. –Franchisees must pay a monthly royalty of 5% of gross sales. This percentage covers the use of the name of Tono’s House, the trademark, marketing and advertising support, training, and ongoing assistance from the company’s team.
Remodeling and equipment costs. –Remodeling and outfitting includes kitchen installation, plumbing and electrical systems, and space layout and decoration. On average, it is estimated that these costs can range between 800,000 and 1,500,000 pesos.
If you are interested in obtaining more information about a franchise of this company, you can do so by visiting the official website of La Casa de Toño at this LINKby sending an email, or by calling your franchise office directly.
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