Just Love Coffee Cafe franchise is a low-cost, simple business model with a strong community culture

Just Love Coffee Cafe stands out in the competitive food space as a great entry-point investment with low startup costs, a revenue-generating menu and a strong community culture.

Our food is inspired by a cooking method centered around a waffle iron that is unique in the coffee shop and food industry. As a result, entrepreneurs looking for an investment are finding Just Love to be an attractive business model with the potential for high returns.

Just Love Coffee Cafe is primed for expansion after launching several successful locations in the booming metropolitan area of Nashville, Tennessee. Led by an executive team with proven experience in growing franchise systems, Just Love Coffee Cafe is an ideal investment for new and experienced entrepreneurs who want to get in on the ground floor of the most exciting business opportunity in the $12 billion U.S. coffee shop industry.

“There has never been a more exciting time to open a Just Love Coffee Cafe franchise,” says Rob Webb, CEO and founder of Just Love Coffee Cafe. “We spent several years perfecting our business model before we launched our franchising efforts. Coffee is not a fad and neither is the appeal of a locally owned coffee shop that welcomes the entire community.”

Our simple business model offers low startup costs

With a small footprint and low overhead. Just Love Coffee Cafe is simple to operate, easy to scale and offers a unique business model. Because we don’t require a full kitchen, our build-out costs are lower than our competitors in the coffee shop segment. This means investors in a Just Love Coffee Cafe will have a faster ramp-up time, which allows for a potentially faster return on investment. We also offer a low franchise fee of just $25,000.

Just Love Coffee Cafe is the rare franchise opportunity that works well in any location. Our franchise owners find that Just Love Coffee Cafe succeeds equally well alongside other small businesses, in the heart of a downtown district, or as their own entity away from the traffic and hubbub of city life.

A full all-day menu means the potential for more profits

Utilizing a small list of simple ingredients, Just Love Coffee Cafe has created one of the most unique and delicious  menus in the coffee shop space by using a simple waffle iron to cook all hot entrees and desserts. The food is simple to cook and fast to serve and customers are treated to a playful, delicious experience that is memorable and share worthy on social media.

“There aren’t a whole lot of coffee shops that offer an all-day food menu, and certainly none that I can think of that cooks their food in a waffle iron,” says DJ Smith, Marketing & Creative Director of Just Love Coffee Cafe “It’s been successful for us. Our food creates a memorable experience for customers with any taste or dietary preference, from meat lover to vegetarian, at any time of day. It really makes us quite unique, light-hearted and approachable.”

A community-focused culture attracts a diverse customer base

Just Love has a community centric culture that thrives on being a social hub for people from many backgrounds. Drop by any Just Love location and you’ll find families enjoying breakfast, college students studying and business people holding informal meetings. It’s no wonder that when they come to enjoy our hand-roasted coffee or one of our signature lattés they also want to stay for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

“We’ve deliberately created a coffee shop environment where coffee purists can enjoy a delicious brew,” says Rob Webb, CEO and founder of Just Love Coffee Cafe. “Putting the customer first was a dynamic that was totally absent from the traditional specialty coffee shop space, and we felt compelled to change it. Coffee is for everyone.”

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