Au Bon Pain
The place of good bread could well translate to "the place of good franchise" if you have the money and the experience. Knowledge of the French language is not required.
Franchise Profile — Au Bon Pain
The place of good bread, or Au Bon Pain as we know it here, is a stylish, upscale bakery and cafe which prides itself on being located in America's urban junctions and suburban crossroads. In addition to the energy an Au Bon Pain store tries to embody, the company keeps up with trends, offering, for instance, zero-fat muffins in addition to their traditional bread loaves, soups, paninis, and other "traditionally French" bakery items.
Au Bon Pain has 230 230 locations operating in the United States, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand, with the majority of U.S. cafes in the large Northeast cities. suburban locations, city-center office buildings, major and strip malls, life style centers, airports, hotels, hospitals, and universities. Au Bon Pain's can be found suburban locations, city-center office buildings, shopping malls, strip malls, airports, hotels, hospitals, and universities.
Au Bon Pain prefers to discuss franchise opportunities directly with potential franchisees, however they are looking for folks who can invest at least 3 to 5 million dollars in the first 2-3 years of the franchise. Prior experience in running successful multi-unit food service or retail businesses is also favored.
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