FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)
ABOUT THE PINCE & PINTS FRANCHISE
What type of franchises are available?
Depending on country, single unit, area or country franchises are available.
What is the term of a Pince & Pints Franchise?
Single Unit Franchise has a tenure of 5 years and may be renewed for another period of 5 years, subject to Franchise Agreement renewal conditions.
For Area and Country Franchise, this will be in discussion directly with the Franchisor.
What is the size requirement for a Pince & Pints Restaurant & Bar outlet?
Depending on the layout of premise, a typical Pince & Pints Restaurant & Bar is expected to seat approximately 60 customers.
What are the franchise fees for a Pince & Pints Restaurant & Bar Franchise?
There is an Initial Franchise Fee (which is non-refundable) for a Pince & Pints Restaurant & Bar Franchise. Ongoing monthly fees include a monthly royalty based on a certain percentage of the monthly Gross Revenue of the franchise business, subject to a minimum monthly amount. A monthly marketing contribution may apply, which will vary depending on the level of marketing support/ work required.
What type of returns can I expect to make for a Pince & Pints Restaurant & Bar Franchise?
The achievable sales revenue, profits and returns for the Franchisee will depend on a number of factors, such as ability and competency in cost management, business conditions of territory, staff competency etc. Franchisor is committed and will endeavour to ensure the success of the Franchise on all aspects within its capacity.
What are the criteria of a Franchisee?
We view of Franchisees as business partners whom share the same vision, commitment and passion in running a Pince & Pints Restaurant & Bar business. Potential Franchisees should ideally have experienced in F&B operations and have adequate resources (financially, manpower etc) to operate the Franchise business. Owning to the strength of our Franchise model, potential Franchisees without prior F&B experience but with reasonable capabilities in other aspects shall also be considered.