Becoming a franchisee is a process, but we will do whatever we can to ensure it is both smooth and efficient, and provide guidance and support along the way.
After visiting a Robin’s to enjoy our products and experiencing our restaurant, if you are interested in applying to become a franchise owner, your first step would be to fill out the Request for Franchisee Application form, found here.
We will send you a Franchisee Application through email. Fill it out and submit it according to instruction.
Once submitted, the application is sent to the Robin’s Support Centre. The submission of your application is confidential and carries no obligation; it will allow us to make our initial assessment of your financial status, business background and location preference.
If we like what we see, your application will receive preliminary approval and we will contact you and invite you in so that you can be given copy of the Robin’s Franchise Disclosure Document. This document contains background information regarding the franchisor, as well as copies of the Franchise Application and other relevant franchise documentation.
Robin’s will prepare an offer to franchise for you, which is conditional upon franchisee approval, bank financing, and securing a lease for the premises. A refundable deposit in the amount of $5,000 is submitted with the Offer to Franchise.
Robin’s is actively seeking prime locations. In certain instances, you may choose to open a restaurant in a location selected by yourself, though the location must be evaluated and approved by Robin’s. Construction of the restaurant will also be conducted or supervised by Robin’s. Robin’s will also review, in detail, the process involved in applying for bank financing and will assist you in preparing to meet with a bank.
Once bank financing is approved and all other conditions are removed, the Offer to Franchise is firm; the deposit is non-refundable; and the Franchise Agreement and all relevant franchise documents are signed. Additional funds are paid at the time of signing the Franchise Agreement; at the time of starting construction; and prior to the opening of the business. After training and store construction, your Robin’s location will be ready for operation!