We’ve been awarded four stars!


Soul Origin are honoured and excited to share that we have been awarded four stars on The Australian Franchise Rating Scale. The Australian Franchise Rating Scale is an assessment of the performance of a franchise within Australia. FRANdata is a research firm that independently rates franchises. The score provides the market with a standard where performance can be assessed.

FRANdata awarded Soul Origin four out of five stars after an independent assessment. The assessment focuses on seven key categories. These categories include financial performance, training and support services. 


Hao Quach Soul Origin’s Managing Director commented on the success.

“This is an exciting day for us at Soul Origin. We have been recognised for our ongoing commitment to driving equitable outcomes for the brand and our Franchise Partners. We are committed to honing in on areas of opportunity with the broader network so we can continue to improve in the future.”

Hao Quach - Soul Origin Managing Director

The Australian Franchise Rating scale is a reputable and objective rating system for Australian franchise brands. The rating system has been developed by the firm FRANdata. This rating system recognises that franchising requires a focus on performance and transparency. FRANdata has built a set of measures for consistent evaluation of Australian franchises. These standards objectively measure performance across seven areas. The seven key performance measures include.

  • System Performance
  • Franchisee Financial Performance
  • Franchisee Engagement and Satisfaction
  • Franchisor Training and Support
  • Franchisor Financial Performance
  • Lender Relations
  • Compliance and Assurance


Soul Origin is the family that you choose! With over 130 stores across Australia, this Australian owned and operated QSR business has been providing fresh food and killer coffee to local communities since 2001. If you are looking to own a franchise reach out to us today to become part of our family.


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