This guide outlines our franchisee selection process. Here, you'll find information about the company and our unique franchise opportunity. The Nebur-King's franchisee selection process has been created to offer both you and Nebur-King the opportunity to fully evaluate a potential relationship and determine that there is a good fit. We are sure that as you learn about The Nebur-King Coffee Group, culture and concept, you will become more and more excited.

There is one type of domestic franchise opportunity available at Nebur-King Coffee: Single Unit - The Nebur-King's single unit license grants an individual or entity the right to own and operate an individual Nebur-King in an approved business location.

The Nebur-King has grown from a domestic to an international specialty coffee company through the implementation of an international franchise program that has fueled the development of our global distribution system. There are three different types of opportunities available in this program:

Single Unit - The Nebur-King's single unit license grants an individual or entity the right to own and operate an individual Nebur-King in an approved business location.
Area Development - The Nebur-King's area development license grants an individual or entity the right to own and operate multiple Nebur-King locations with exclusive development rights in a specific territory.
Area Franchising - An area franchise license grants an individual or entity the right to assist The Nebur-King headquarters in developing a specific exclusive territory. Area franchising would allow an individual or entity the right to provide hands-on support in recruiting new franchisees, securing new locations, coordinating the store development process and providing local training and pre-opening support to new franchisees. On an ongoing basis, area franchisees would remain available to support local franchisees and receive a portion of the total franchise fees and royalties collected in their territories. Area franchisees would own and operate their own single unit franchise and have adequate capital and resources available to fulfill their responsibilities as area franchisees.