Some of the brand’s core values include being people-first. This means that they place a strong emphasis on both their customers and their team members. This leads to the second core value, which is that everyone belongs. As a result, the brand believes in diversity, equity, inclusion and teamwork. Furthermore, the brand believes in doing the right thing through integrity and character for a better community. They also place a strong focus on innovating to win by thinking differently and leading change. Finally, all this combined is done in the spirit of having fun.
The franchise offering and business model is a flexible one, and it enables franchisees to generate new revenue streams while providing superb pizza to their customers.
As a Papa John’s franchisee, you’ll be able to take advantage of their established and proven global brand. In addition to this, the franchise model is robust as well as tried and tested and it has a great profit potential. The current opportunity on offer is gaining access to a multi-store, flexible format operation in the quick service restaurant (QSR) marketplace, where you’ll be serving high quality, innovative and great tasting products. But perhaps most importantly is the fact that you’ll be able to benefit from world-class franchise support and business consulting on your route to becoming a Papa John’s franchisee.
Who Are They Looking For?
Since the creation of the Papa John’s brand, the business and the team members behind it have developed and refined their recruitment process that determines whether the Papa John’s business opportunity is suitable for both parties to work in partnership with each other. As a result, it’s crucial that you’re a business leader who can stand the heat in the kitchen. Other crucial personal and professional characteristics and experience that you should possess include:
- Being passionate about providing a great service by empowering people
- Have multi-unit QSR, retail and F&B hospitality/food experience
- Have the minimum capital that’s required in order to invest in the business
- Ability to develop a multi-store operation over a set period, and
- Ability to use the organisational structure to support and operate a cluster of stores spread across towns, cities or existing locations.
You also need to have the ability and willingness to stay on track with the brand’s strategic vision over the long term for developing a successful partnership.