One of America's daily necessities is coffee. Millions of Americans start the day with a hot cup of joe. Countless entrepreneurs have been able to cash in on the demand for coffee. An example of a mobile coffee business to consider is The Rush Coffee franchise. The mobile coffee brand was co-founder Claire and Parsegh Oksayan in 2017. The idea behind The Rush Coffee came when Claire, an experienced barista and employee at a nonprofit, wanted to be financially independent and support her family. She had the coffee experience and her husband had experience with the business side. Due to the success of the first truck, two more opened within two years. The California-based coffee brand made a big impact in the San Diego mobile coffee scene. Franchisees enjoy the flexibility of running a mobile business. In addition to increase schedule flexibility, startup costs are also lower. Many candidates will appreciate that the founders have created a brand that is driven by their religious faith. Ideal candidates value freedom and want to be their own bosses.
Franchisees also receive great support and training. In terms of support and training, franchisees can expect an initial training program that details everything that you will need to know about running the business properly. This program is broken down into classroom and on-the-job training. The training and support is ongoing. The initial investment ranges between $47,100 - $202,300, which an initial franchise fee of $20,000. You'll be provided with an exclusive territory, which decreases your competition since you'll be the only representative in your territory,