Licensing

Why License versus Franchise?

  • No royalty or marketing fees
  • Lower initial fees
  • No requirement to buy from our suppliers
  • The ability to add your own flair and creativity to YOUR business
  • Why should I buy a Cafe O’ Play License?
  • Use of our brand image, unique concept and design
  • Access to proprietary recipes for our handcrafted beverages and food
  • Access to our operations manual which includes inventory programs and training materials
  • Start-up guide including suggested equipment lists, build out specification, vital vendor contacts
  • Information on expected start up costs based on ideal size of site
  • Opportunity for on-site training
  • Exclusive Territory Rights

All the information you gain in buying a License will save you considerable time and money and eliminate some of the difficult barriers to entry.

Characteristics of Successful Cafe O’ Play Licensee

  • A love for coffee, tea and children
  • Service-orientated individuals who thrive in a fast-paced and social environment
  • A willingness to work hard with a keen attention to detail
  • A basic understanding of entrepreneurship
  • A high level of commitment and loyalty to your Cafe O’Play brand and image, your baristas, your customers and your community.

What are the steps to become a Cafe O’ Play Licensee?

  • Fill out the contact form below
  • Informal Meeting
  • Begin Agreement process with a $1,000 non-refundable deposit (money will be put towards the Licensing Fee once the agreement is signed) and receive a copy of the License Agreement
  • Review License Agreement and make a decision about proceeding with the License within 30 days
  • Once Agreement is signed and Licensing Fee is paid in full, you receive all hard copy and electronic trademark and supporting business documentation

Cafe O’ Play Fees

  • We have a License fee of $15,000 (subject to territory size).
  • There is an annual license renewal fee that is generally priced at approximately 50% of your initial fee.
  • We do not offer third-party financing.