McD – McDonald’s give franchise / waralaba opportunity in Indonesia in Fastfood Industry, as for Indonesia, you can contact the Master Franchisee in Indonesia. They have many Food and Beverages products to serve their loyal customers.
Now they already opened many outlets in many countries. If you interested in serious business in fastfood industry, you can be one of their franchisee.
McDonald’s has always been a franchising company and has relied on its franchisees. McDonald’s remains committed to franchising as a predominant way of doing business.
For interest in specific markets regarding Direct International Franchising inquire select a market below to see a list of contacts and franchising information for each area. Links to individual market web sites are provided where available.
For those markets not listed, contact the International Franchising Department by fax at (630) 623-7960.
If you need general information or have questions about McDonald’s not related to Franchising, please call (630) 623-3000.
Most Owner / Operators enter the System by purchasing an existing restaurant, either from McDonald’s or from a McDonald’s Owner / Operator. A small number of new operators enter the System by purchasing a new restaurant.
The financial requirements vary depending on the method of acquisition.
An initial down payment is required when you purchase a new restaurant (40% of the total cost) or an existing restaurant (25% of the total cost). The down payment must come from non-borrowed personal resources, which include cash on hand; securities, bonds, and debentures; vested profit sharing (net of taxes); and business or real estate equity, exclusive of your personal residence.
Since the total cost varies from restaurant to restaurant, the minimum amount for a down payment will vary. Generally, we require a minimum of $250,000 of non-borrowed personal resources to consider you for a franchise. Individuals with additional funds may be better prepared for additional or multi-restaurant opportunities.
During the term of the franchise, you pay McDonald’s the following fees:
Service fee: a monthly fee based upon the restaurant’s sales performance.
Rent: a monthly base rent or percentage rent that is a percentage of monthly sales.