The Franchise Fast Food Excel Financial Model is tailored to evaluate the feasibility of a Fast Food Franchise and will give you full visibility into how you can expect your restaurant to perform.
The model is detailed, robust, and user-friendly (with only 5 sheets). The financial projections are based on several key assumptions such as the number of customers served, the average price and direct costs for different menus, as well as the percentage of customers ordering off-menu items.
Regarding the costs, the model takes into account the specifics of a franchise model, such as the existence of initials and ongoing franchise fees.
Additionally, the model allows the user to develop scenarios based on the variation of key metrics, such as the number of visits, selling prices, and operational cost variation.
The user only needs to input information into the cells formatted in the dark blue font in the input sheet, any other formats are formulas or labels.
For demonstration purposes, the template is provided with information from a hypothetical business model for a Fast Food Franchise. The data must be deleted/adjusted to fit the user’s needs.
The revenue is projected using an easy-to-follow logic (No of Customer Served x Avg Price per Menu + % of Customers Ordering Off-Menu Items x Avg Prices).
The cost of revenue is calculated based on the cost margin defined for each menu and off-menu items.
For the operational costs, the user can define several items, some based on % of Gross Revenue, and some based on a monthly defined value.
For Funding Needs, besides the equity contributions, the user can set up an initial loan and a revolving facility.
Based on the inputs set in the assumptions sheets, the investment and depreciation are calculated on a monthly basis.
Working Capital: the working capital requirements are projected by using the collection, payment, and inventory turnover assumptions.
This sheet summary all the calculations for the three financial statements, business valuation, and summary sheet (no input needed).
Summary: The resulting financial data are consolidated in the summary sheet, where a brief and easily comprehensible view of the main KPIs and Charts are presented to the user in a ready-to-print format.
Yearly Financial Statements: Yearly P&L, Balance Sheet, and Cash flow.
Monthly Financial Statements: Monthly P&L, Balance Sheet, and Cash flow (direct and indirect method).
Business Valuation; using the Discounted Cash Flow approach.