Modern Franchise Magazine August 2013 - Page 10

news products people events extras Franchises To Watch in 2013 and Beyond… Salty Rooster Jim Sagiotis, founder of Salty Rooster began his career in hospitality at the tender age of 15. Throughout the many challenging, fun and rewarding years that came and went, Jim contemplated embarking on a new adventure with solo aspirations and greater community interaction. This vision came to fruition with the creation of the first Salty Rooster store in Narrabeen in 2005. Of course this was not the end, this was just the beginning with the vision to create a Salty Rooster Revolution.With passion the primary ingredient, a strong vision to have every individual worldwide experiencing the “Salty Effect” the second Salty Rooster store opened in Manly in 2008. Not denying there hasn’t been some challenges, Jimmy has persevered, stayed true to his passion and vision, and has maintained the product promise - the ‘Salty Promise’. Passion, quality and freshness, delivered in a relaxed, friendly and energetic environment. Quick to joining the Salty Rooster Revolution has been the Manly Rugby League team whose head trainer heavily endorses Salty Rooster as a preferred fast food option. Jim is keen to recruit franchisees who will also honour the ‘Salty Promise’. Carv’n it Up This Albury-based franchise has a strong record as a successful food business and has just announced the opening of it’s first franchise in Melbourne. Located at Pakenham in Melbourne’s burgeoning South East, the franchise is due to open in September 2013. . Franchisees Kate & Andy Khoury and Coreen & Adrian Pierce have completed the first part of their training at the Albury store and will be all set to go for there grand opening in the coming months. Carv’n it Up is a specialist in carvery offering a dining experience where the customer’s meal is assembled before their eyes. The basis of their menu is beautifully roasted pork loin encased in golden crackling, juicy boned leg of lamb and tender yearling rump. Formed to offer an alternative to the current takeaway foods, Carv’n it Up promise to its customers is a quality, value for money meal every time. 10 | Modern Franchise Magazine maxiom