Inquiry & ConsultationConsultation with the onboarding team after website or phone inquiry
Market analysisOn-site visits and commercial area surveys
Franchise Agreement· Final consultation and finalization of contract terms
· Contract signing and down payment
Interior consultationStore measurement and blueprinting
Employee recruitment and training· Hiring of bakery and hall staff and part-timers
· On-the-job training - theory and practice
Completion of interior· Supervision of on-site construction
· Installation of kitchen fixtures and furniture
Final Preparations for Opening· Initial product inspection
· Final inspection and soft opening
Why did you choose Compose Coffee
We asked our branch owner
I had a vague desire to start a café, but I lacked knowledge and experience in coffee. Compose Coffee seemed to have a lot more confidence in their coffee compared to other café franchises. Further, their parent company, JM Coffee, is quite famous for their roastery, so there really was no reason not to choose Compose Coffee.
Marine City Branch
There are not many café companies in the country that do their own roasting. The biggest advantage of Compose Coffee is that they roast the beans that they directly import in-house, so not only is the supply of coffee stable, but the taste is also very consistent.
Daeyeon Innovation District Branch
Other franchises use a lot of low-end ingredients. While keeping costs low is a good thing, when it comes to cafés, I think that taste is the most important element. I heard that Compose Coffee only uses first-class premium milk for all lattes and beverages. Also, they sell their own in-house coffee products which shows that they really believe in and stand by their coffee.
I once helped out a friend by working at their Compose Coffee branch. It was a field that I was not interested in at all, but after working there, I felt that that the operations were quite simple, and the margins were pretty good. After looking at different options, I soon found myself running my own store.