As Bali’s tourism industry began to grow in 1983, German national Reinhold Jantzen and his Indonesian wife, Endang Suciati, established PT. Soejash (i.e. Sausage) to meet the demand for quality sausages, processed meats and fish products.
Quickly realizing the untapped local demand for German cuisine, two years later, in 1985, Mama’s Beer Garden and Restaurant opened its doors in Kuta, Bali offering signature sausages, bratwurst, meats, noodles, generous side dishes together with a splashing of Mediterranean and Indonesian mains.
Featuring a long bar, cozy banquettes, a well-stock bar, hearty German cuisine and friendly staff – visitors can be forgiven for thinking they are spending a night in old Hamburg - the city of Reinhard’s birth and the inspiration for Mama’s decidedly German ambience.
Business for both the restaurant and the food processing facility continued to grow, permitting the construction of a state-of-the-art meat and food-processing factory to be built in 1990. Acknowledged for its international standards of hygiene and food processing, PT Soejasch Bali provides their quality products to the leading Hotels, Restaurants, Cafe’s, Catering Suppliers and related industries as well as all supermarkets throughout Indonesia.
Seeking to expand their business base, Mama’s German Restaurant began to franchise its restaurant operation in 2008, with successful restaurants franchises now in operation in the nation’s capital of Jakarta and Bandung.
Mama's German Restaurant is now prepared to expand its franchising opportunities to other locations in Indonesia and the region, providing entrepreneurs with the opportunity to duplicate in new locales the success of Mama’s Restaurant business model for delicious food, an authentic German atmosphere and affordable prices.
Mama’s founder, Reinhold Jantzen, says: “We are proud to offer this wonderful entree to qualified Business Entrepreneurs seeking to establish a business based on a proven record of profitability. There are some key advantages inherent with owning a Mama’s franchise. These advantages include High ROI potential, easy systems to follow, large market and income potential, opportunity to provide a quality food product, commitment to quality customer service, chance to build a trusted relationship with customers, pride of ownership, in-depth training and an ongoing support system.”
“A qualified new franchisee will also receive a recognized brand name and relevant trademarks, business expertise like management assistance via a sales and marketing plan, operations manual, standard operating procedures, and all the systems needed to open run a successful Mama’s German Restaurant franchise,” added Mr. Jantzen.
The franchise package includes a one-time franchise fee, a monthly royalty fee, and advertising and marketing administrative fee. Mama’s will, of course, provide ongoing support via established training programs and operating procedures to ensure consistency of branding and product presentation.
“For me, it’s not just about adding new franchisee to our company,” said Mr. Jantzen, “It’s about helping business owners to realize their vision with our strong code of values and support, and then grow with Mama’s brand on a different level to exceed customer’s expectations in food industries as well as services that are in demand. Growing a franchise is a team effort.”
Those wishing more information on franchise opportunities from Mama’s German Restaurant should telephone ++62-(0) 361-420810 or +62- (0)821 461 81454.
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