25 Best Franchise Business Opportunities in the Philippines

Last Updated on – Feb 8, 2021 @ 7:40 am

Do you finally have the capital for a business but have no idea what to do? Maybe getting into the franchise business is ideal for you.

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What is a Franchise Business?

A franchise business is a partnership between a franchisor (original business) and a franchisee (investor that seeks to buy the right to sell and use the original business’ name, trademark, concept, process, goods, and services).

The International Franchise Association defines franchising as “a method for expanding a business and distributing goods and services through a licensing relationship.”

What happens is a person or company (the franchisor) grants the license to a third-party person or company (the franchisee) to conduct business using the franchisor’s products/services. The franchisor also provides the franchisee with an operating system, brand and support.

Simply put, in a business franchise an established brand/company will allow you to sell its products/services by selling the license to you.

Franchising is a more risk-free business endeavor for newbie entrepreneurs because they don’t need to build a brand and an audience. Because you get to sell products from a known and established brand, the better the chances that your business will not fail.

Another benefit of getting a franchise is usually the company provides franchisees with the equipment and the products needed to run the business as part of the package, so starting your operations will be less of a hassle.


Types of Franchise Business in the Philippines

In the Philippines, there are two main types of franchising:

Business Format Franchise

This is the most common type – where the franchisor gives the rights to things like trademarks, trade names, business processes, as well as the system order, which allows the franchisee to operate the business for a fee.

The franchisors provide a detailed plan, procedures, and guidelines concerning almost every aspect of the business. They also provide initial and ongoing training and support, which is essential to the success of a franchisee. 

As you well know, some of the biggest brands in the world offer this type of franchising, with Jollibee, 7-Eleven, and Starbucks among the more popular ones in the Philippines.

Product Distribution Franchise

This type of franchising is very similar to the relationship of a supplier and distributor. Simply put, the franchisor is responsible for providing the product, which the distributor is then authorized to sell.

A notable difference between product distribution and business format is that in the former, the franchisor is only responsible for the product, whereas in the latter, there is also training, support, and access to business processes included in the agreement. 

But because of the absence of those things, the franchisee has more liberty in terms of how to run the business.

It’s important to note, though, that while franchisees may enjoy more freedoms, they still need to adhere to guidelines such as selling the products on either an exclusive or semi-exclusive basis.

In exchange for these rights, franchisees pay a fee to the trademarks of the products they will be selling. 

This type is often used for larger products like vehicles and heavy equipment. 


Pros and Cons of Franchising

Is franchising the right type of business for you? Or are you better off starting a business from scratch and running it on your own?

While it offers plenty of benefits, a franchise business also carries some risks. Weigh carefully the pros and cons of franchising before you decide whether to go for it or not.

Franchising Advantages

1. Recognized and established brand

When you buy a franchise, you have the right to use the franchisor’s trade name and trademark or company logo.

This gives you access to the well-known brand’s customer base, so attracting and finding your first customers won’t be that difficult.

2. Tried-and-tested business model

The business operating systems of franchising brands have been tested in various markets in the Philippines and have already been proven to be effective.

The policies, procedures, and control systems for running the business are laid out in the operating manual—all you have to do is to follow it.

Thus, franchising suits you if you have no background or experience in business management.

3. Easier to get a great location

Having the backing of a large corporation or popular brand makes it easy to get a lease for your franchise business site.

If your target site is a mall, you can easily get approved for a lease because the established franchise brand can draw in more customers.

If you’re planning to start a food cart or kiosk business, location won’t be much of an issue because franchisors typically require just a small space of at least 4 square meters.

4. Training support

Starting a franchise business is a great way to learn how a successful company operates.

Franchisors provide training to help franchisees understand their business model and learn the day-to-day operations, customer service, and use of trade secrets such as proprietary recipes for food franchises.

Franchise packages may also include employee screening and training.

5. Pre-opening assistance

Franchisors help in the pre-opening needs of their franchisees such as site design, evaluation, and construction. Some franchise packages also include assistance for the grand opening.

6. Marketing support

Franchise brands in the Philippines have solid marketing and advertising campaigns in place, and their effects trickle down on their franchisees.

For example, if you get a shawarma food cart franchise, the package might include marketing materials such as a standee of a famous celebrity endorser like Daniel Padilla or Piolo Pascual. You won’t get such a crowd-drawer when you start a similar business on your own.

7. Continuous research and development

No need to worry about spending time and money for product development and innovation because the franchisor will take care of that. You can just focus on operations instead.

8. Faster ROI

Compared to starting your own business, you can expect a quicker return on investment with a franchise business.

The access to an established brand name, customer base, operating system, and all sorts of opening support cuts down the time it takes to recover your investment.

9. Higher chances of success

Running a franchise business has a success rate of 90%, based on a study by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

This fact is hardly surprising because all the franchising pros listed above contribute to raising the chances of success.


Franchising Disadvantages

1. Expensive startup costs

The capital needed to start a franchise business is its biggest drawback. Usually, the initial investment is twice as (or even higher) that for opening a business from scratch.

The following are the typical startup expenses when starting a franchise business.

  • Franchise fee – This one-time, upfront fee is what you pay to gain the license to use the franchise brand’s proprietary information legally, such as its trademark, logo, and trade secrets. The more popular the brand is, the higher this fee is charged.
  • Royalty fees – The royalty payments for franchise businesses in the Philippines typically range from 3% to 10% of the monthly gross sales. It’s paid every month, so this can reduce your net income. Not all franchisors charge this fee, though.
  • Advertisement and marketing fees – These are a small percentage of the gross monthly sales, which are used to fund the franchisor’s marketing support.
  • Cost of supplies – Although some franchisors provide the initial supplies as part of the franchise package, franchisees have to keep buying the next batches either directly from the franchisor or its accredited suppliers. This can cost you higher compared to sourcing your own suppliers.

2. Limited flexibility and autonomy

Franchising doesn’t offer much to franchisees in terms of creativity and innovation. You’re bound to follow the rules in the operating manual and franchise agreement.

When you want to do something differently, like switching to a cheaper and more accessible supplier, you’ll have to seek the franchisor’s approval first. If the company doesn’t agree to it, you have no choice but to comply.

3. Lock-in period

Franchise contract terms range from two to five years or longer. Within that period, you’ll be stuck with the company regardless if it’s performing well financially or not.

Renewing the contract depends on the franchisor’s evaluation of your business relationship and your franchise business’ performance throughout the contract term.

4. Business risk

Just like any kind of business, franchising is also a risky venture. Your success will depend on the franchisor’s success. If the company fails, the reputation and performance of its franchisees will suffer as well.


10 Best Franchise Business Opportunities in the Philippines Under P500,000

If you’re on board with starting a franchise business, here are the 10 cheapest franchise business opportunities you can get into in the Philippines.

1. Food Cart Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 20,000 – Php 30,000

Food kiosks are ideal for people who are just starting in business because they’re affordable. The minimum would only cost you Php 20,000. Furthermore, Filipinos love to eat at food kiosks because it’s cheap and quick but the food still tastes good.

Just find a strategic location where there are a lot of people, usually in malls or train stations. Check out the food carts in these multi-franchise companies:

Below are some of the most popular options (with proven track record in terms of profitability) for food cart/kiosk franchises in the Philippines.

Potato Corner
Franchise Package: Starts at P150,000
Website: https://www.potatocorner.com/
Email: potatocornerph@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 534-5845 [Landline]
  • 534-5846 [Landline]

Sam’s Everything on Sticks
Franchise Package: P300,000
Website: http://www.noblehouseph.com/
Email: ruc@noblehouseph.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02) 453-5239 [Landline]
  • (02) 453-5240 [Landline]

Hong Kong Style Fried Noodles
Franchise Package: P39,000
Website: http://foodcartlink.com/
Email: foodcartlink@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0917-848-3522 [Globe]
  • 0922-862-6154 [Sun]
  • (02) 340-0156 [Landline]

Famous Belgian Waffle
Franchise Package: Starts at P380,000
Website: http://famousbelgianwaffle.com/
Email: famousbelgianwaffles@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • +63 917 5594318 [Mobile]
  • (02) 470 4083 [Landline]

Rice ATBP
Franchise Package: Starts at P119,000
Website: https://www.foodcartsfranchise.com/rice-atbp.html
Email: franchiseinquiry101@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0915-2828213 [Globe]
  • 0918-8073575 [Smart]
  • (02)509-1049 [Landline]

Mr. Softy Ice Cream
Franchise Package: P340,000 – P415,000
Website: https://www.mrsoftyicecream.com.ph/
Email: busdevt@mrsoftyicecream.com.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • (0922)897-3420 [Mobile]
  • (632) 998-2114 [Landline]
  • (632) 998-2077 [Landline] 

2. Coffee & Cold Beverage Stand Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 100,000

Even if not everyone drinks coffee (some may be more of a sago’t gulaman person) you can’t deny that a lot of people need and want to drink this caffeine in a cup. A lot of Filipinos also want to drink frappuccinos (especially during the hottest months) but can’t always afford to buy them in big-name coffee shops.

Setting up a coffee stand or cart is one of the best ways to meet coffee lovers’ needs and start an affordable business. People get affordable frappes and lattes, and you make a profit. It’s a win-win situation. 

Star Frappe, which offers a franchise package of Php 99,000 for a kiosk, is one of the coffee stand franchises you can check out.

There are also other cold beverages that many Filipinos are so into, here are some of the most popular options:

Star Frappe
Franchise Fee: P99,000
Website: https://www.starfrappe.net/
Email: franchiseinquiry101@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0956-5478845 [Globe]  
  • 0928-5035228 [Smart]
  • (02) 509-1049 [Landline]

Zagu
Franchise Fee: P370,000 – P450,000
Website: http://www.zagushakes.com/
Email: sales@zagushakes.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0918-8889248 [Smart]
  • 0917-8098043 [Globe]
  • 0923-4563586 [Sun]
  • (632) 687 – 4432 [Landline]
  • (632) 687 – 4404 [Landline]

Fruitas
Franchise Fee: Starts at P300,000
Website: http://www.fruitasgroup.com/
Email: info@fruitasgroup.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0906-888-2828 [Mobile]
  • (632) 731-8886 [Landline]

Citrus Zone
Franchise Package: P280,000 – P350,000
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CitrusZone/
Email: partners@citruszonerefreshment.com
Contact Numbers:

  • +63 (998) 5589640 [Smart]
  • +63 (906) 3856785 [Globe]

Bubbletealicious
Franchise Package: P350,000
Website: http://www.bubbatealicious.com/ 
Email: franchising@bubbatealicious.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0932-456-9540 [Mobile]
  • (02)376-6052 [Landline]

3. Water & Gas Refilling Station Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 100,000

Water is a basic need; no one can survive without it, particularly clean and drinkable water. This means that the demand for drinking water will never diminish.

That’s why businesses that supply water in the Philippines make a lot of money. Some of the top water refilling franchises in the country are: 

Aquabest
Franchise Fee: P100,000 (projected total investment: P500,000)
Website: http://www.aquabest.com.ph/
Email: jooroceo@gqwest.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02)332-2222 [Landline]
  • (02)371-0478 [Landline]

Crystal Clear Water
Franchise Fee: P100,000 (projected total investment: P600,000 – P800,000)
Website: http://www.crystalclear.com.ph
Email: solerex@solerex.com.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • (+632) 695-3823 [Landline]
  • (+632) 239-1701 [Landline]

Bluewaters Water Station
Franchise Fee: Starts at P80,000 (including complete alkaline water system)
Website: https://bluewatersglobal.com/
Email: bluewaters-sales@bluewaters.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • 0977-771-6147 [Globe]
  • 0921-881-7991 [Smart]
  • 0932-119-4522 [Sun]
  • +63 2 775 5010 [Landline]

Phoenix Super LPG
Franchise Fee: P350,000
Website: https://www.phoenixfuels.ph/lpg-dealer/
Email: superlpgdealer@phoenixfuels.ph
Contact Numbers:

Petron Gasul
Franchise Fee: P200,000
Website: https://www.petron.com/
Email: contactus@petron.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02) 671-9817 [Landline – Luzon]
  • (032) 344-7341 to 44 loc. 50158 [Landline – Visayas/Mindanao]

4. Fast Food Restaurant Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 300,000

If you have a larger amount of money to invest, you can get your very own small fast food restaurant. Filipinos love to eat. Fast food franchises have been growing in the Philippines since the ‘80s – we even have international food chains like IHOP and Dairy Queen.

These franchises might need more capital though, but there are local food chains like Angel’s Pizza that only require a minimum investment of 300,000 pesos. You can reach out to Angel’s Pizza here. Other popular choices for low-capital fast food franchises:

Fat Boy’s Pizza
Franchise Fee: Starts at P350,000
Website: https://www.fatboyspizzapasta.com/
Email: rk@rkfranchise.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02)912-2973 [Landline]
  • (02)912-2946 [Landline]

Bento Box
Franchise Package: Starts at P350,000
Website: http://www.happyconceptgroup.com/
Email: inquiry@happyconceptgroup.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0917-678-0386 [Mobile]
  • (02) 815-1823 [Landline]

Baliwag Lechon Manok
Franchise Fee: Starts at P250,000
Website: http://www.baliwaglechonmanok.com/
Email: inquiry@baliwaglechonmanok.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02)654-2929 [Landline]
  • (02)654-9001 [Landline]
  • (02)654-9002 [Landline]

Mr. Liempo
Franchise Fee: P350,000
Website: http://mrliempo.com/
Email: cesar_suan@yahoo.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0917-723-3383 [Globe]
  • 0923-313-0852 [Smart]
  • 0922-860-7159 [Sun]

Burger Matsing
Franchise Fee: P50,000
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BurgerMatsing
Email: burgermatsing@yahoo.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0945-3456957 [Mobile]
  • 0943-8700283 [Mobile]

Rice in a Box
Franchise Package: P300,000
Website: http://www.rbx.com.ph/study_franchiser.htm
Email: franchise@rbx.com.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • (02) 8367-3097 [Landline]
  • (02) 8367-3098 [Landline]

5. Spa & Salon Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 250,000 – Php 300,000

Everyone needs a haircut or a new hairdo every once in a while, and sometimes people prefer to get their hair done in cheaper salons rather than in big ones like Bench Fix or David’s that charge 200 to 300 pesos for a haircut.

Thrifty people are more inclined to go to less-known salons that offer decent services for sometimes half the cost.

For those of you who have always liked to style themselves, or have been a hair stylist before, you might want to look into starting your own salon. You can now franchise salons for as low as 250,000 pesos. 

And with Filipinos becoming more career-focused, a lot of us have also become more stressed. The toxicity at work can become unbearable; add to that the hassle of commuting. People need a place where they can relax and relieve the stress even for just a short while.

Not a lot can afford to take a vacation, so going to the spa has become an ideal, cheaper, and more convenient alternative. This is something that you should consider to invest in as an entrepreneur. Here’s a shortlist of low-cost spa/salon franchises:

Thai Royale Spa
Franchise Package: P350,000
Website: http://thairoyalespa.com/
Email: franchise@thairoyalespa.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02) 942 2031 [Landline]
  • 0915 194 8975 (Globe)
  • 0999 222 8424 (Smart)
  • 0917 322 5283 (Viber)

Asian Massage
Franchise Package: Starts at P350,000
Website: http://www.asianmassageph.com/
Email: asianmassageph@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0917-812-5836 [Globe]

Orange Blush Salon
Franchise Package: Starts at P400,000
Website: http://orangeblushsalon.com/
Email: obsheadoffice@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0925.549.3406 [Mobile]

The NailXperts Spa
Franchise Package: Starts at P130,000
Email: rk@rkfranchise.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02)912-2946 [Landline]
  • (02)912-2973 [Landline]
  • (02)955-0734 [Landline]

6. Vending & Service Machines Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 20,000 – Php 300,000

Technology has certainly made a lot of things easier for humans (especially with the inevitable rise of cashless payment systems). And now, even in the franchising space, technology has made business operations far less complex, as some of these business ideas don’t heavily rely on human resources (except for maintenance and marketing).

Below are some ideas to get you started:

SleepBox Hotel

Unit Price: Starts at P300,000
Website: https://www.sleepbox.com/
Email: info@sleepbox.com

TouchPay

Total Investment: P350,000 (no franchise fee)
Website: http://touchpay.ph/franchisee/
Email: custcare@meps.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • + (02) 232.8946 [Landline]
  • + (02) 232.8947 [Landline]

Positive Living: Vending Massage Chair
Franchise Package: P500,000 (they also have a rent-to-own program)
Website: http://touchpay.ph/franchisee/
Email: info@positiveliving.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • +63 920-9831-933 [Mobile]
  • +63 923-1692-567 [Mobile]
  • (632) 821-4667 [Landline]

PhilVending: Vending Machines
Franchise Package: Starts at P15,000
Website: http://www.philvending.com.ph/
Email: customercare@philvending.com.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • +632 (477-3333) [Landline]

Western Union
Franchise Fee: None (but must have an existing retail or service-oriented business to apply as an agent).
Where to Apply: https://agentportal.westernunion.com/ap/agentregister.do
Contact Numbers:

  • 02 888-1200 [Landline]

Useful Resources:

AGN Wi-Fi Vendo Machine
Franchise Package: Starts at P24,999
Website: http://www.agnsolutions.net/
Email: sales@agnsolutions.net
Contact Numbers:

  • +632 448-7671 [Landline]

7. Personal Services: Shoe Repair, Laundromat, & Financial Services

Franchise capital: Php 120,000 – Php 400,000

Practical – it’s what makes these service-based franchise business models very profitable. Many of these services have been a huge part of many Filipinos’ monthly/quarterly routines – given that people are getting busier with work and social activities

And this continuously growing demand is certainly something you can capitalize on. Here are some of the most popular solutions you can provide through business franchising:

Bayad Center
Franchise Fee: P350,000
Website: http://www.bayadcenter.com/
Email: franchising@bayadcenter.com
Contact Numbers:

  • + 63 917-836 3000 [Globe]
  • +63 920-966 3000 [Smart]
  • 1622-6015 [Landline]

ML Express (M Lhuillier)
Franchise Package Fee: P99,000
Website: https://mlhuillier.com/ml-express/
Email: mlx.luzon@mlhuillier.com (Luzon) / mlx.vismin@mlhuillier.com (Visayas)
Contact Numbers:

  • 0947-999-9353 (Smart – Luzon)
  • 0917-805-1765 / 0917-800-3056 (Globe – Luzon)
  • (02) 712-3449 (Landline/Fax – Luzon)
  • 0947-999-9352 (Smart – Visayas)
  • 0917-821-5045 / 0917-811-6304 (Globe – Visayas)
  • (032) 416-3957 (Landline/Fax – Visayas)

ExpressPay
Franchise Package: Starts at P112,000
Website: http://www.expresspay.com.ph/
Email: philipexpresspayinc@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (0917) – 735 – 0121 [Globe]
  • (0929) – 717 – 2996 [Smart]
  • (0922) – 697 – 5731 [Sun]
  • (02) 668 – 0362 [Landline]
  • (02) 232 – 8070 [Landline]

Mr. Quickie
Franchise Package: P400,000
Website: http://mrquickie.com/
Email: franchising@mrquickie.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0925 – 88 – QUICK (78425) [Globe]
  • 0949 – 99 – QUICK (78425) [Smart]
  • (02)671-9541 [Landline]

Happy Wash Laundry
Franchise Fee: P160,000
Contact Number:

  • (046)683-0029 [Landline]

8. Education Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 50,000 – P160,000

Parenting is one of the most lucrative spaces in the world – given that a lot of parents in this generation spend a lot of money to get what’s best for their kids. And supplementary education is definitely not an exemption to this rule.   

Kumon
Franchise Fee: P60,480 (Total investment may at least reach P600,000)
Website: http://ph.kumonglobal.com/
Email: inquiries@kumon.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • +632 8850226 [Landline] 

Seriously Addictive Math (SAM)
Franchise Fee: P168,000 (Minimum total investment cost is P250,000 if you have an existing business)
Website: http://seriouslyaddictivemaths.com.ph/
Email: joshua@enrich-asia.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0977-8239910 [Mobile]

Kreativ Robotics
Franchise Fee: P50,000 (Total investment cost is P350,000)
Website: http://seriouslyaddictivemaths.com.ph/
Email: kreativrobotics@gmail.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0916-754-0102 [Mobile]

9. Car Wash Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 250,000

With so many easy installment plans to choose from, more and more Filipinos are getting a car. Add to that the fact that with Grab and Uber, they can now turn their car into an income-generating vehicle.

With more cars in the country, the demand for car wash services won’t be going down soon. Getting a franchise for a car wash isn’t also all that expensive. If you’re into cars, maybe a car wash business can be for you. Nice Day! Car Wash offers a Php 250,000 franchise fee you might want to check out.


10. Retail & Pharmacy Franchise

Franchise capital: Php 99,000 – Php 400,000

Medicines and food supplements will always be needed, so you can’t go wrong with starting a drugstore for a franchise business. People are becoming more aware of generic meds as an alternative to often more expensive brand-name products, which is why generic pharmacies appeal more to the masses.

Starting a pharmacy offering generic drugs not only means good business for you, but it also means you’re giving people more affordable options. Farmacia ni Dok is something you can consider if you want to get into generic pharmacy franchising. They offer a Php 400k standard package.

There are also other specialized small retail stores that you can franchise for as low as P20,000, see our list below:

Alfamart
Franchise Fee: P155,000
Website: https://www.alfamart.com.ph/
Email: customercare@alfamart.com.ph

Generika Drugstore
Franchise Package: Starts at P350,000
Website: https://www.generika.com.ph/
Email: franchising@generika.com.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • 0922-898-4982 [Mobile]
  • (02)828-1818 [Landline]
  • (02)824-4685 [Landline]
  • (02)703-4703 [Landline]

Farmacia Ni Dok
Franchise Package: Starts at P350,000
Website: http://farmacianidok.com/
Email: franchise@farmacianidok.com
Contact Numbers:

  • +63 917 542 9570 [Mobile]
  • +63 2 696 0337 [Landline]
  • +63 2 532 0018 [Landline]

The Generics Pharmacy
Franchise Fee: P210,000
Website: https://tgp.com.ph/
Email: customercare@tgp.com.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • (02)821-1111 [Landline]
  • (02)821-5304 [Landline]

Ink-Man Refilling Station
Franchise Package: P50,000
Website: http://www.ink-man.com.ph/
Email: inkmanventures@yahoo.com
Contact Numbers:

  • (02)383-9951 [Landline]
  • (02)387-1846 [Landline]

The Paper Stone
Franchise Fee: Starts at P100,000
Website: http://www.thepaperstone.com/
Email: franchising@ufranchiseasia.com
Contact Numbers:

  • 0917-881-69-99 [Globe]
  • 0920-983-02-47 [Smart]
  • (02)634-05-86 [Landline]

Transfer It
Franchise Fee: Starts at P20,000
Website: http://www.transferit.com.ph/
Email: inquiry@transferit.com.ph
Contact Numbers:

  • (+63)9976058630 [Globe]
  • (+63)9089923284 [Smart]
  • (+63)9333222135 [Sun]
  • +632-3283073 [Landline]

15 Premium & Popular Franchise Business in the Philippines:

1. Jollibee

The number 1 Filipino fast food chain in the Philippines dominates with over 1000 store branches nationwide. Because really, who could resist that langhap-sarap chicken joy?

2. McDonald’s

This global fast-food giant has almost 38,000 stores worldwide and counting. They serve around 68 million people on a daily basis.

3. Shell

This globally-recognized oil company started its Filipino roots decades ago. They even had a PBA team around the 80’s and 90’s.

  • Franchise Fee: They don’t charge any Processing fee, Retailer fee, and monthly royalty fee for the gas station–however, they charge a monthly royalty fee for gas stations that have Select Shops and/or Lubebay/Service Bays.
  • Initial capital investment: Php 5-12 million
  • Contact details: (02) 8789-3516 ; newbusiness-ph@shell.com ; http://shell.com.ph/joinshelltoday

4. 7-11

The iconic convenience store is a go-to for folks needing all sorts of stuff on a 24/7 basis.

5. Max’s

The restaurant that popularized “Sarap to the bones” will always have a soft spot for Pinoys.

  • Franchise fee: Php 2M + VAT
  • Initial Capital Investment: Php 15-22 million
  • Contact details: (02) 7849000 ; franchise@maxsgroupinc.com

6. San Miguel Food Ave

You see them whenever you gas up at Petron or at a couple of few high foot traffic areas. Petron Treats was acquired by San Miguel Corporation and this was the result.

7. Petron

Their local oil refinery is the largest in the Philippines and supplies almost half of the country’s demand.

  • Franchise fee: N/A
  • Initial capital investment: Php 1 to 9 million (depends on the type of station)
  • Contact details: (02) 884-9251

8. National Bookstore

Founded by Socorro Cancio-Ramos in 1942, NBS started as a small stall in the corners of Escolta bridge in Santa Cruz, Manila. Now it has 230 and plus stores across the nation, serving as a one-stop shop for books and school supplies.

  • Franchise fee: Php 450,000 plus 1% royalties
  • Initial capital investment: Php6.4 million
  • Contact details: 02-888-8627

9. Quicklean

Quicklean is a popular laundry shop that boasts of a one-hour laundry service.

  • Franchise Fee: Php100,000 +VAT (plus 5% royalty and 1% advertising fee)
  • Initial Capital Investment: Php2.4-10 million
  • Contact details: Franchise@quicklean.com.ph

10. Yellow Cab

If we’re talking pizza, we simply can’t count out their famous NY-style rendition all served in a casual dining experience.

  • Franchise fee: Php 1.25M + VAT
  • Initial capital investment: MALL: Php 10M-12M / STAND ALONE: Php 12M-15M
  • Contact details: Franchise@maxsgroupinc.com

11. Shakey’s

The home of thin crust pizzas and world-famous mojos. I can eat those slices of potato goodness all day.

  • Franchise Fee: P1,500,000.00 – P2,200,000.00 plus 7.50% royalty and 5.5% advertising fee
  • Initial capital investment: Php 18M-25M
  • Contact details: 839-0011 ; Fbd@shakeyspizza.ph

12. ML Kwarta Padala Express

With over 2,500 branches across the country, this remittance, lending, and money exchange company is a household name when it comes to sending money across the country or abroad.

13. Monterey Meatshop

Operating under San Miguel Corp, this popular meat shop chain has over 400 outlets nationwide.

  • Franchise fee: Php 336,000 (Vat inclusive) plus 2% royalty and 1% advertising fee
  • Initial capital investment: Php1.5-2.8 million
  • Contact details: Anery@smg.sanmiguel.com.ph

14. Mineski Infinity

What was once the country’s premier gaming team is now an actual company that has a couple of Mineski Infinity computer shops operating around the metro.

15. Tong Yang

If shabu-shabu is your thing ( I’m referring to the japanese hotpot food, mind you) then you’ve probably dined at Tong Yang at least once. They are one of the most (if not the most) popular places to indulge yourself for some hotpot nirvana.

  • Franchise fee: N/A
  • Initial capital investment: Php 4 million
  • Contact details: 373-8621/23

Best Franchise Business Ideas [Post-Covid]

The Covid-19 pandemic greatly affected businesses all over the world, causing thousands of companies to struggle to stay afloat, with a vast number of them ultimately forced into bankruptcy.

But with the ongoing push of countries to vaccinate their people (thanks mainly to developments in vaccines), the world has a good chance now of putting an end to this pandemic soon and get back on track with the “old normal”. 

And since you’re reading this, our guess is that you’re thinking of bouncing back with a vengeance by starting a new business. Specifically, getting a franchise business. 

Well, you’re in luck! In this section, we’ve compiled a list of franchise ideas to help you get a better idea of the options available out there. 

1. Education

Services that provide an avenue for kids and students of all ages to learn or improve upon certain skills. Parents look for ways to help their kids get better at their studies and increase their proficiency in certain areas.

Whether it’s aiming to get better at Math or becoming a better reader, these specialized centers are here to help and address this need. 

  • Kumon
  • The Reading Station
  • Readsmart Learning Center

2. Food cart

Pinoys love street food. From fish balls to taho, isaw, balut, sorbetes, siomai, banana que —and a whole lot more—it’s a part of the Pinoy culture.

Affordability and convenience is a solid formula for getting customers. And food carts are a perfect example of that.

  • Potato Corner
  • Master Siomai
  • Pot Dog

3. Retail

A retail business sells products and goods directly to the customer. Clothes, food, office, and school supplies — there’s a store for almost every type of need.

  • Monterey Meat Shop
  • GrainSmart
  • FYI Bath & Body Essentials

4. Health and Beauty

How we look and feel about ourselves is important, and that’s why services that provide a means to improve our physical appearance and relieve stress (pamper and relax) remain popular go-to places for a lot of Filipinos.

  • Flawless
  • Style-to-Go
  • The Brow Studio

5. Drugstores and Pharmacies

Health care needs from basic over-the-counter stuff to specialized meds for all sorts of ailments will always draw strong demand from people of all ages. 

  • The Generics Pharmacy
  • Gamot Publiko
  • Farmacia ni Dok

6. Petroleum Products & Services

They mainly sell LPG products to households and businesses. For homes and places that use traditional stoves for cooking, having a reliable source of LPG is simply a must.

  • Brent Gas
  • Regasco

7. Remittance & Bill Payment Center

Remittance and Bayad Centers have seen a dramatic increase in numbers in the last decade for providing us with a convenient option for paying our bills and sending money.

  • Bayad Center
  • ML Kwarta Padala

8. Bakery

Bread is a staple in the Pinoy diet. From breakfast to merienda, we’ll always have cravings for our favorite tinapay.

  • Remilly’s Yema Cake
  • Breadpoint Bakeshop
  • Julie’s Bake Shop

9. Perfumes, Cosmetics, & Skin Products

Putting on make-up and perfume is part of the daily regimen of most women. That’s why the demand for cosmetics and fragrances is always consistent. 

  • HBC
  • FYI Bath & Body Essentials
  • Aficionado

10. General Services

Offering a myriad of services depending on the niche, this type of franchise business can range from cleaning to repair services, computer rentals, Office equipment, alteration, and a whole lot more.

  • Mineski Infinity
  • Mr. Butler
  • Paras Alter Station
  • Ink Man Refilling Center

11. Water Refilling Stations

Drinking water is an essential component for daily living which is why there will always be a need for services providing clean drinking water. 

  • Crystal Clear, Inc.
  • Livingwater
  • Aquabest

12. Car Wash

As more and more Filipinos start owning cars, the demand for car wash services will also increase. Also, condo/apartment living typically means you don’t have access to your own yard to wash your car which makes car wash services their sole option.

  • Xoom Auto Spa
  • Speedy1 Carwash

13. Bike & Motorcycle

Motorcycle and bike ownership has seen a steady increase in the last 5 years. And this uptick of course will lead to increased demand for parts and services pertaining to repair and maintenance.

  • Cycle House
  • Motormate

14. Health and Wellness Products

Keeping our bodies well-maintained and always in tip-top shape is important. That’s why the demand for services that help us achieve a more vibrant and healthier version of ourselves will always be present regardless of the season.

  • Urbanessence Beauty & Wellness Center
  • Montage Skin Science and Aesthetics

15. Convenience Stores

Mini-marts and convenience stores serve the need for quick and easy grocery shopping without the need to go to bigger supermarkets (where you’ll end up spending more time in lines). 

  • FamilyMart
  • Easy Day Shop
  • Alfamart
  • 7-11

16. Pet Services

Pet owners always look for ways to pamper and treat their favorite buddies. Aside from the usual visit to the vet, they want to indulge their pets in extra special treatment where they both can relax and enjoy each other’s company.

  • The Pet Express
  • The Dog Spa & Hotel
  • One Fab Pooch

17. Laundry Shop

Convenience and time-savings are the main reasons why a lot of people prefer to get their dirty clothes washed in laundry shops.

Most of them provide a full-service option, so you can simply leave your laundry and come back later to pick it up. Those living in condos and apartments find this invaluable.   

  • Quicklean
  • Suds Laundry & Dry Clean

18. Milk Tea

With multiple shops popping up along streets and other corners in the metro, I guess we can all agree that Milk Tea is no simple fad that goes away. Over the years, more and more Milk tea shops have opened and remained popular with folks of all ages.

  • Milk Fridge Taiwan Bubble Tea
  • Bubble Tea Station
  • Macao Imperial Tea

19. Automotive Services

Keeping your car free from problems and running smoothly is what these services are all about. And as car ownership among Pinoys increases, so will demand for such services.

  • Rapide Auto Services
  • Motech

20. Food Kiosks

A bit larger compared to your typical food cart, food kiosks provide more versatility in terms of serving customers and offering a wider variety of options.

  • Turk’s
  • Pizza Pedrico
  • Lem Best Lechon
  • Bibingkinitan

How to Choose the Right Franchise Business for You

The wide variety of options for franchise businesses in the Philippines is both a good and bad thing for aspiring entrepreneurs. Finding the franchise that suits you best can be very confusing and overwhelming.

9 Things to Consider When Choosing a Franchise

To narrow down your choices, focus on these important considerations:

1. Passion

Success stories of entrepreneurs have a common denominator: they succeed at what they love doing. It’s easy to fail in a business you aren’t interested in because you lack the drive for it.

Where does your passion lie? Do you love street food, fashion, baking, etc.? Is there a particular brand you love? Your passion is a crucial factor to consider when choosing the type of franchise you’ll be in.

2. Personal goals

What motivates you to start a franchise business? Whether it’s gaining experience in being an entrepreneur, generating income, or spending more time at home, figure out your goals from the get-go so that you can find a franchise that will help you achieve them.

3. Budget

How much can you afford to invest in a franchise? Identify your budget for starting your business. From there, trim down your options to franchise packages that fit your budget. When doing so, look at the total cost of package investment on top of the franchise fee.

If your available capital isn’t enough to start your target franchise business, consider getting a bank loan to fill in the gap. Banks like BPI and Security Bank offer franchise business loans to franchisees of their partner merchants.

4. Location

Location is a critical factor in the success of any business. So put a lot of thought in deciding the right franchise business based on your preferred location.

For example, if your prospective location is near a school, you can open a food cart that sells cheap snacks that students can afford, like a burger stand or siomai stall.

Consider also the competition in the area. If you’re planning to get a laundromat franchise but there are already too many laundry shops near your target location, look for another type of franchise.

5. Market opportunity

Is there a market for the franchise you’re considering to buy? To determine the answer, perform market research before you check your franchise business options. You can interview potential customers in your target location to know if the products you’re going to sell will have buyers.

Put your findings together into a business plan that will help you determine if the franchise business you’re considering will be profitable. Once you’ve identified the market opportunity for a franchise, find a specific franchise system that’s aligned with your plan.

Related: How to Buy a Business in the Philippines

6. Legitimacy of the franchise

At this point, you should already have a shortlist of potential franchise businesses. Filter it further by weeding out those that aren’t operating legally in the Philippines. Of course, you don’t want to take chances with a scammer.

Legitimate franchising companies are registered with the appropriate government offices, including the Department of Trade and Industry (for single proprietors), Securities and Exchange Commission (for business partners and corporations), and Bureau of Internal Revenue.

They must also be licensed with specific government agencies depending on their industry. For example, food franchises must be registered with the Food and Drug Administration, and money transfer franchises must be registered with the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas.

Another way to verify the legitimacy of a franchise brand is to check its membership with reputable franchise groups in the Philippines. You may check the member directory of the Philippine Franchise Association, Association of Filipino Franchisers, Inc., or Filipino International Franchise Association.

7. Franchisor’s business operations system

Find out which of the franchises in your shortlist have clear and well-established operations systems. Their branches should be increasing in number and operating for a long time. They must also have a lot of franchisees who are invested in the business.

8. Your perception of the brand

How much you trust and believe in the brand matters a lot in choosing the right franchise. It’s easier to persuade people to buy a product if you yourself have tried it and believe that it’s effective, delicious, or satisfying.

9. Franchise package inclusions

Take a close look at what the franchise package includes. Does it offer all types of support and guidance you need? Some franchises include grand opening assistance or after-sales support; others don’t.

Important Questions to Ask the Franchisor Before Buying a Franchise

Once you have come up with your top three to five franchises, contact them and ask questions. This is your chance to get to know your potential franchisors and determine if you’re a good match professionally.

Treat it like a job interview. Although the franchisor provides franchising information on their website, you’ll want to dig deeper into the details of partnering with the company.

Here are the questions you should ask the franchisor to ensure a win-win situation for both parties:

  • What are your criteria for selecting franchisees?
  • How much is the total investment package?
  • Are there any royalty, branding, marketing, or advertisement fees? If so, how are they computed?
  • Can you describe your training program in detail?
  • What ongoing support do you provide after the initial training?
  • Do you provide assistance for site inspection, evaluation, selection, and construction? If so, do you charge an additional fee for this?
  • How do you evaluate locations?
  • What are your sales, marketing, and advertising approaches?
  • How long will it take until I earn a profit?
  • How much liquid operating capital is needed for sustaining the franchise until I get an ROI?
  • How do you assist poorly performing franchise businesses? What will happen if mine fails?
  • How many franchisees renew their contracts?
  • What sets your brand apart from the competition? What’s your unique selling point?
  • Do you provide territorial exclusivity to your franchisees? If so, how will my territory be protected from competing units?
  • How do you handle disputes or conflicts between the franchisor and franchisee?

How to Apply for a Franchise Business in the Philippines

Found the perfect franchise business? Franchise application processes in the Philippines are fairly simple.

The hard part is waiting. To speed up your application, prepare all the required documents beforehand.

Franchise Application Requirements

You can find the specific franchise application requirements on the franchisor’s official website. But in general, here’s the list of documents you need when applying for a franchise:

  • Letter of intent (Some franchisors have a downloadable template on their website.)
  • Filled out franchise application form
  • Valid government-issued IDs
  • Resume of the applicant
  • Details about the target location (address, site description, nearby commercial establishments, etc.) plus vicinity map and photos

Franchise Application Procedure

To give you an idea of what happens during a franchise application, here’s a quick walkthrough of the usual steps involved:

  1. Submit your documents to the franchisor via email.
  2. Wait for the franchisor to contact you for a meeting and/or site inspection schedule.
  3. Meet with the franchisor on the scheduled date. A franchise manager or representative will interview you and orient you on the franchising details. Make sure to ask the crucial questions listed in the previous section.
  4. After several meetings and evaluations, the franchisor will contact you again to inform you if you’ve been chosen as a franchisee. You’ll be given a copy of the franchise agreement or contract—review it thoroughly.
  5. Sign the contract if you’re okay with all the terms and conditions.

How to find a location for your franchise business

In most cases, the franchisor provides the necessary support and recommendation in choosing the perfect spot for your franchise business. But before that happens, you do need to come up with your own plan that you believe would generate solid customer traffic in the long run.

And to help you with that, consider the following steps: 

1. Initial site research and inspection.

To get a “feel” of your chosen location, consider these factors:

  • Site visibility and accessibility
  • Potential customer base
  • Density of population (within the area)
  • Parking and traffic situation

2. Site Evaluation.

With the help of your franchisor, determine the following: 

  • Competition
  • Size
  • Public transportation accessibility
  • Layout
  • Allowed operating hours
  • Zoning
  • Utilities

3. Franchise Concept.

You need to make sure the place and its surroundings align with the overall concept of the business.

If you’re thinking of selling cold beverages, for example, you’d want a highly-accessible spot that sees plenty of foot traffic.

If you’re selling meat or poultry products, it should ideally be near subdivisions and living areas so customers (mainly households who need it for ulam) can easily drop by anytime.

4. Leverage resources and connections provided by the franchisor.

This could include anything from getting a favorable lease or a spot that would otherwise be not offered to other interested parties.

5. Search Online

You could also check out available commercial spaces through online real estate directories and marketplaces such as Lamudi, DotProperty, or FranchiseMarket.


10 Tips for Franchise Success

1. Choose the right business for you.

Business owners who provide products/services that are focused on or related to their own interests or hobbies tend to do better. When choosing the franchise for you, lean toward your interests – but do keep in mind the demand for the products/services you will choose.

Recommended Reading: 100+ Profitable Small Business Ideas in the Philippines

2. Enhance your skills.

Although franchisors will teach you their system on how to operate their business, you still need to have essential business skills of your own. You have to know accounting basics, how to read and work with financial documents, or how to hire and fire employees. If you’re new to all of these, you have to consider taking classes. Doing research is a must.

3. Have a business plan.

Just because you have a franchise business selling products/services that have already appealed to people in the past doesn’t always guarantee that your business will go smoothly. You will still need a plan to grow your business. If you’re a novice who doesn’t know where to begin, you don’t have to be intimidated. You can simply start by setting goals and doing a financial projection for the next year.

4. Consult a specialist.

Getting advice from a specialist is recommended especially for new entrepreneurs. A specialist – one who knows the ins and outs of the industry well – can also help you polish your business plan. Another specialist you should consider is an attorney. Tax rules can become confusing for franchises, which is why having an attorney, preferably one who focuses on franchise laws, will be helpful in reviewing franchise agreement documents and potential red flags.

5. Think about your location.

The location of your business is crucial to its success. Choosing a location is one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a business owner. Consider factors like traffic patterns, parking, nearby stores, and check with the franchisor if you’ll be guaranteed protected territory – this means that no other franchise can open within a certain radius.

6. Focus on the quality of service.

Even if you have a solid business plan and have chosen a strategic location, the success of your business will still rely on customer experience. Employee-customer interactions can make or break any business, so focus on the quality of the service you provide. Hire staff that have a pleasing personality and are eager to meet the needs of your customers.

7. Never stop marketing.

Even though you’re selling products/services by an established brand, you still have to do marketing. Think about creative marketing schemes for your business. If you need people singing outside the store to attract customers, do so.

8. Can’t sell? Hire someone who can.

Not a lot of people are good with sales talks or even mingling with people. This may also relate to marketing and promotion. Or maybe you yourself are unavailable to do the hands-on selling. If you simply can’t do the selling, marketing, or promotion of your product, then just hire people who can.

9. Do networking.

Networking helps both in promoting your business and also learning from your peers. You can do this by attending seminars or expos for your product.

10. Know your industry.

Once you’ve launched your business, learn as much as you can about the industry. Study the trends and what drives the demand. Consider your competitors and maybe you can learn from them as well.

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Comments

  1. says

    Out of all that you mentioned, I think water, food, and medicine franchises are the easiest to maintain because these are necessities compared to car washes and laundromats which you can do for yourself. Its nice that you added tips because I have friends whose businesses failed due to improper planning and managing. Thank you for sharing! By the way check this link for some information on franchising one of the leading drug stores in the country: http://tgp.com.ph/franchise. Hope it helps!

    • Rolly L. Bayaborda says

      Interested in restaurant business where there will be someone to manage all the operation. Only we have some share as co-owner. Thank you.

      • Ria says

        Hi Sir Rolly,

        You might be interested in franchising Adobo Connection. Staff are under agency and direct hired of the company. Our franchisees still have their time to enjoy and relax since the store is managed by those people. Should you want them replaced, you just have to coordinate with the company. You may reach me thru lalin.ruzgal@adobocon.com for more details. 🙂

        • irene says

          Hello Ms. Ria,

          May I kindly ask how much is going to be the total investment in franchising Adobo Connections? How much is the franchise fee and is there any royalty? If you could please send details through this email: imagallanes@kfmc.med.sa
          Target location would be near the school, so most likely the market would be students. Would this be feasible?
          Many thanks

      • Camille Delos Santos says

        Good Day Sir Rolly,

        We can assist you for your requirements.
        Please message or call us at 09155048002 for more details regarding restaurant business.

        Thank you and best regards,
        Camille

  2. says

    I feel like you can never go wrong with a food franchise. What do you think about franchising of convenience stores? I think those are always a good idea as well. I believe 7 11 decreased their franchise prices because of competition.

  3. Mechelle Balita-an says

    Thank you for your article, I got few ideas on franchising, please include me on your updates on my below mail.

    • ryan says

      hi ma’am Mechelle good day this is Ryan from food franchise philippines,if you want to know more about franchise business please call 09158722970

      thank you🙂

      • Donya says

        Hi… Good day ,
        I want to start a 7-11 franchise in Manila as a foreigner. I would like to ask if it’s possible to invest and own a business as a foreign person in the Philippines.
        Regards,
        Donya 😊

  4. CriSha Villar says

    Very informative! This is really help a lot for the beginners like me, thanks for a lot… God bless is all!!!

  5. Angie says

    I own a bakeshop located in argao, cebu, it is already in operation, if you are interested to buy this business and start making 30-40 kpeso per month net profit with less owner involvement, please contact me to discuss.
    It is not franchising, you will buy our bakeshop with the full rights without the need to pay franchising fee every 5 years.
    30-40 kpeso per month is guaranteed net profit.
    Serious business buyer please contact me.
    Offered price: 2.5 million pesos.
    That includes:
    All equipments, running bakeshop with full employees, we will share with you our sales figures and calculations of costs as a proof of profit.
    Honest reason to sell this business is leaving the country.
    God bless.

  6. Roseline Marcelo says

    Thank you for all your ideas. Looking to franchise in the future. Please include me in your updates. Thanks.

    • Rizaline De Vera says

      Hi. I dont have any knowledge in bussiness, but i really do want to have one. Please help me what is it that easy to handle? Pls guide n help me. Thank you.

  7. Jerlyn Gumansing says

    Happy Bagnet is one of the fastest growing and the FIRST and ONLY Self Service Bagnet Restaurant in the Philippines, with three branches and seven (7) more sites to launch in the next quarter of 2020 to happily serve our customers with their favorite mouthwatering, tasty and crunchy BAGNET dish – a true home for the original home cooked delicacy in the Philippines!

    Ms. Jerlyn Gumansing, TheTopTreasure, Inc. is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Happy Bagnet in the Philippines. Growing up in the province, she sold fish, fruits, rice to support her family of 6. Ever since she was a kid, she wanted to own a business. As a matter of fact, she worked while studying in a restaurant that would ultimately lead her to fulfilling her dream, to own her own restaurant.

    At the heart of her continuous success, she and the entire team wanted to build their own business and so created Happy Bagnet. Ms. Gumansing personally believes in a family oriented and God-centered approach in managing the company, its partners and its customers. Coining our tagline, “Sarap at Home”, we want our customers to experience home dining experience by letting them serve their loved ones and at the same time, having the best meals of their lives.

    TheTopTreasure, Inc. is backed up with its directors’ combined 20 years of experience in food, sales, and electronics industry thus we intend to be the FIRST and BIGGEST Self Service Restaurant Makers in the Philippines.

    How to Franchise Happy Bagnet:
    3F’s – Fast, Friendly and Phenomenal

    We always strive to be fast in all aspects of our process with friendly approach to both customers and employees. Our cooking guidelines have made easy and should only have a maximum of five steps to make it more appealing and doable to both trainors and trainees. We strive to be friendly with our community as we want to show our love for God anywhere, anytime. We treat everyone as family. Everything that we do should be phenomenal and should exceed expectation from our customers and God. We always strive to do the right things not only at the face of law but first and foremost, at the face of God. At the end of the day, its between you and your God. As the saying says, “Do your ordinary works extraordinarily well.”

    Be your OWN BOSS in the FIRST SELF-SERVICE BAGNET CHAIN Restaurant in the Philippines now!

    Contact Details of Happy Bagnet:
    Jerlyn Gumansing
    Chief Executive Officer
    4-150, Panapaan 4 corner Emilio Aguinaldo Highway,
    Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines
    Mobile Nos.: 0906-3623045
    E-mail: franchise@happybagnet.com
    Website: http://www.happybagnet.com

  8. Evangeline Reyes says

    Hi! I’m Looking for the Rameneshi Franchise contacts. Hit me up @vangiereyes.universe@thepalacemanila.com, or text or call 09175786471

  9. Marvin J Migdol says

    Hi! I am the founder and ceo of Nationwide Franchise Marketing Services (1971) and now semi-retired. I don’t want to buy a franchise but earn money like you- as a consultant, perhaps in Philippines. May I e-mail you my resume? I’ll be in Manila Sept. 14-23. Staying at Courtyard Marriott (business district) on Sept. 14-14 an d then to Hotel Jen by the bay. fmmiigdol@gmail.com Call
    (972) 978-5487. Hope to meet you. Marvin Migdol

  10. zyra says

    hi i read lots of blog about starting a business and I don’t know if I will put up my own business (still thinking what kind of business) or franchise a business. I’m working overseas so any advice what business I can start is much appreciated you can email me at zyracayanga1988@gmail.com looking forward for any advice no scammer please.

  11. Renz says

    as one of the OFW, most of us wants to go back home and start our own business and i am one of those. i prefer to have my own stationery shop so if someone could assist me pls. email at samoyrenz@yahoo.com.

  12. says

    There are many great franchise business opportunities in the Philippines. Some of the most popular include Jollibee, Dunkin Donuts, and 7-Eleven. It is about finding a franchise that you can launch in your own location and studying the market to ensure that it will succeed.

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