Franchise

Operational Requirements

Kati Roll Wala is awarding franchises to individuals who are committed to the same values as the founders; pride passion detail oriented commitment and fulfillment. The values of individuals and operational requirements go hand in hand within our establishment Whether you are an experienced business entrepreneur or a corporate executive our staff will guide you through the process of opening and operating your own Kati Roll Wala. We prefer owner operator franchise model.

Financial Requirements

The financial requirements to own your own Kati Roll Wala is a minimum of $300.000 net worth and cash or liquid assets of $50,000.

Initial Investement/Opening Costs

The cost of opening a Kati Roll Wala will depend on several factors such as location, size and necessary fit out.

The cost of opening a new Kati Roll Wala will range from $150,000 to $250,000 which will include:

    Franchise Fee

    Construction Costs

    Working Capital

    Equipment Package

    Signage

    Architectural fees

    Attorney fees

    POS System

Frequently Asked Questions

The current fee is $30,000. However, the fee will be increasing in the near future.

10 years.

Yes. We have a development agreement for those who qualify for multi-unit.

License to operate a Kati Roll Wala with trade name.
Training at our HQ or any of our location or on site at the time of grand opening.

Royalties are 5% of net weekly sales.

Yes. The fee is 2.5% of weekly sales.

The number of employees varies depending on the shift and store hours of the facility.
Most Kati Roll Wala will employ 3-7 employees.
The amount of employees per shift depends on the time of day/ day of the week.

Locations are able to be fully prepared for each day in as little as hour prior to opening. Our proprietary Kati Roll recipes are easy to make which ensure easy to manage operations.

No, with our training, anyone can master the art of creating fresh and delicious Kati Rolls.

The time frame on average will take 1-3 months.

We are restricted by the Federal Trade Commission and various state franchise sales regulations from providing specific profit projections. We encourage all perspective franchisees to do their due diligence and speak with current franchisees before making any decision.