Do you want to have a business but are scared of the competition, or the need to advertise so that people will buy your product? Why not purchase a Franchise? Di mo na kailangan mag-isip ng product, design ng store mo or marketing strategy, sa Franchise – kumuha ka lang, all-in na. 

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In a franchise, the franchisor (original owner) gives the franchisee (the buyer of the franchise) the right to sell the products of the franchisor, the name or brand is included and so are equipment used. They are taught special recipes or how to sell products too. The franchisee doesn’t need anymore to advertise the business, dahil pag-sikat ang franchise mo, yung tao na ang lalapit. All you need to do is sell.

This post will be franchises in the Philippines that are popular and you can invest in. With proper management and a great location, you will have a return on your investment as soon as possible.

Here are the Top Franchises in the Philippines

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The Bubbly red bee who makes all children and adults happy. Parang walang tao sa Pilipinas na hindi kilala ang bubuyog na ito. Proudly from the Philippines, Jollibee has also opened internationally. Bida ang Saya kapag mag-franchise ka!

Investment Inclusion:

  • Air Condition System
  • Construction of Store
  • Furniture and Fixtures
  • Kitchen Equipment and Facilities
  • Pre-Operating Expense
  • Signages
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 35 – 55 Million (in the Philippines)
USD 400,000 – 800,000 (International)

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McDo is a US fast-food chain that has successfully opened in the Philippines since 1985. Check out the details on franchising at McDo, you can truly say Love Ko To!

Franchise Term: 10 years
Investment Inclusion:

  • Aircon System, kitchen exhaust and stainless fabrications
  • Architectural and Design Fees
  • Building and leasehold improvements
  • Government Requirements
  • Kitchen Equipment, Seats, Signs and Decors
  • Other furniture and fixtures
  • Point of Sale

Investment Cost or Franchise: USD 1,000,000 (Philippine peso equivalent)

7-Eleven first came here in 1982 and slowly expanded since 1998, during the 2010s it boomed and became a fast-growing franchise. As this is well known in the Philippines, most people would purchase through 7-Eleven than other stores.

Investment Inclusion:

  • Bookkeeping Services
  • Major Equipment and Furniture
  • POS Machine
  • Stocks or Inventory
  • Store Construction
  • Classroom and in-store training

7-Eleven also provides financial assistance

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 3.5 – 5 Million

Food Franchises in the Philippines

Food, especially fast food, is very popular in the Philippines. Pag-pagkain, di tayo a-ayaw. It’s a market that would give you sales, so here are popular food or drink franchises in the Philippines in Alphabetical Order.

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From our favorite Litson Manok to specialties like Litson Kawali, Pork Sinigang, Bicol Express, Pork Sisig and many more, this is a franchise in the Philippines that will truly fill the bellies of your customers and also fill your pockets with cash.

Investment Inclusion:

  • Store Construction and Design
  • Operations Manual
  • Pre-opening Assistance
  • Product Development
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: starts at Php 300,000 (Franchise fee only)

Franchises in the Philippines

The Famous Belgian Waffles, one smell from afar and you know a store is near. This is a delicious snack where you can have your favorite flavors as the spread. Sometimes, one flavor is not enough, mix mo pa!

Investment Inclusion:

  • Cart, Kiosk or Counter
  • Business Operating System
  • Crew Training
  • Initial Supplies
  • On-going support
  • Primary Equipment
  • Uniforms

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 550,000 – less than Php 1,000,0000

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Milk Tea is now very popular in the Philippines, especially in malls, near schools or workplaces. As Bon Appetea is a known brand, you don’t have to market your product by yourself and wait for customers to come in.

Franchise Term: 5 years 

Investment Inclusion:

  • Equipment
  • Initial Stocks
  • Opening Assistance and Market Support
  • Product Supply
  • Recipe and Products
  • Research and Development
  • Training and Manual

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 1.5 – 2 Million (Franchise Fee of Php 750,000)

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The Chinese based cuisine we all learned to love in the Philippines.  It is a restaurant that has noodles, dim sum and rice toppings that oldies and youngsters really enjoy. 

Franchise Term: 10 years 

Investment Inclusion:

  • Construction and Finishes
  • Furniture and Fixtures
  • Kitchen Facilities
  • Signages and menu board
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 14 – 15 Million (Franchise Fee of Php 1M)

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From their fun birthday cakes to their delicious polvoron, Goldilocks is certainly a successful franchise in the Philippines. You could choose a simple bakeshop or a full store which includes serving food or a menu.

Franchise Term: 8 years
Investment Inclusion:

  • Collateral
  • Design and Construction
  • Leasehold Improvements
  • Operating Equipment
  • Point of Sales
  • Refrigerated Delivery Truck
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 6 – 15 Million (Franchise Fee of Php 800,000 – 1.2M

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If selling Goto or Lugaw is close to your heart, then you can definitely Franchise Goto King. This is amazing if found in Malls or near Hospitals and fulfilling on a cold day.

Franchise Term: 3 or 5 years
Investment Inclusion:

  • Construction and Design
  • Feasibility Study
  • Marketing Support
  • Operations Manual
  • Signs, Menu Board, Decorations
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 800,000 – 5 Million (Franchise Fee of Php 380,000 – 450,000)

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Pizza is another loved food in the Philippines. However, Greenwich doesn’t only serve pizza but also lasagna, chicken meals or pasta. This is a big Italian-Filipino food franchise in the Philippines.

Franchise Term: 10 years
Investment Inclusion:

  • Air-conditioning system
  • Construction
  • Design Fee
  • Equipment and Facilities
  • Furniture and fixtures
  • Initial Set-up fee
  • Initial Inventory
  • Pre-opening expense
  • Signs
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 17 – 22 Million

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Want an affordable and popular donut franchise in the Philippines? Well, you can invest at Happy~Haus Donuts. Not only is it delicious and popular, but it’s a cheap franchise that you can put near schools or shopping areas.
Investment Inclusion:

  • Donut Cabinet
  • Kiosk/Showcase
  • Opening paraphernalia and marketing support
  • Signs
  • Training or Orientation
  • Uniform (5 polo-shirts)

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 50,0000

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Filipinos love bread; they eat it for breakfast, snack or at midnight when hungry. Julie’s Bakeshop is a known bakeshop in the Philippines. Not only will you get customers because of the brand, but also get to eat tasty bread every day.
Franchise Term: 5 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Bakeshop Ingredients
  • Business Development
  • Recipes
  • Training or Orientation

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 1.7 – 2M

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The place where unli-rice became known – Mang Inasal is where you will definitely taste the super gratifying barbequed chicken and other Filipino snacks. It’s great to open this Franchise in the Philippines near schools, gyms, churches or malls.

Franchise Term: 10 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Design
  • Marketing and Manpower Assistance
  • Operational System
  • Project Management
  • Training 

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 14-21 Million

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Siomai is Chinese food that Filipinos really like. It is easy to eat and delicious to be paired with rice. You can also place it anywhere from schools to terminals, and in malls too. Your customers can be filled with less than Php 50.00.

Investment Inclusion:

  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Food Cart
  • Freezer and Juicer
  • Initial Food and paper products
  • Kitchen and Plastic Wares
  • Steamer
  • Uniform

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 280,000

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One of the favorite snacks of Filipinos is burgers and with Minute Burger, you can cook burgers in a few minutes and serve it immediately. 

Franchise Term: 4 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Business System
  • Capital
  • Design and Construction
  • Pre-Opening Assistance
  • Selling Paraphernalia
  • Store Equipment
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 700,000

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If there’s a party or hanging out with family or friends sa beach or bahay, ang pinaka-madaling at masarap bibilhin ay ang liempo at lechon manok. This would be a great investment, especially in a little town na walang masyadong restaurant or if malapit sa beach.

Franchise Term: 5 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Grilling Equipment
  • Freezer
  • Flyers
  • Initial Products and supplies
  • Tarpaulin and Signages
  • Training and Orientation
  • Uniform

Investment Cost or Franchise: starts at Php 295,000

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When talking about French Fries, Potato Corner is taking the lead. With different flavors and sizes, Filipinos love buying these tasty fries.

Investment Inclusion:

  • Cart or Kiosk
  • Initial Supplies
  • Equipment and Wares
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 230,000 to 1.2M (Cart to In-Line Dine-In Store)

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People want affordable meals and Rice In A Box is not only affordable, but you can bring it anywhere. If you will invest in this Franchise in the Philippines; then it will be great to put it on Malls, Schools or Terminals were there are a lot of potential customers. 

Franchise Term: 4 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Construction of Store or Cart 
  • Cooking and storage equipment and utensils
  • Training
  • Uniform

Investment Cost or Franchise: Starts at Php 350,000

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Frappuccino are popular nowadays with Millenials. So why not invest in Star Frappe? It’s a franchise in the Philippines that offers frappuccino on coffee or fruits. Milk tea and flavored hot or cold coffee are available too!

Franchise Term: 4 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Business Orientation and Kit
  • Equipment
  • Initial Products
  • Kiosk
  • Sales Support
  • Uniform

Investment Cost or Franchise: Starts at Php 99,000

Who doesn’t love Hotdogs? Almost a lot of people love to eat one, when you are hungry from shopping or want to have a snack, a hotdog is definitely an option. And since Tender Juicy is a popular brand, then people would unquestionably choose to buy from it.

Investment Inclusion:

  • Booth or Cart
  • Cooking Equipment
  • Freezer
  • Pouches or Trays
  • Uniform

Investment Cost or Franchise: Starts at Php 170,000

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Want to serve healthy drinks? There’s Thirsty! Thirsty can make on the spot drinks from fresh fruits. Not only will health lovers love it but also when it’s hot or people who are thirsty. This would be great to open on sporting or school events.

Franchise Term: 5 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Cart
  • Opening Assistance
  • Purchases
  • Recipes
  • Research and Development
  • Manual

Investment Cost or Franchise: Starts at Php 400,000

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Enjoy selling affordable waffles as snacks to Filipinos young or old. Waffle time is another popular brand that you could see in a lot of malls and terminals, so why not open one at your place?

Franchise Term: 3 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Cart and Equipment
  • Training and Orientation

Investment Cost or Franchise: Starts at Php 250,000 (Franchise Fee Php 50,000)

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Zagu is one of the most popular drinks in the Philippines. Every time there is a sporting event or when people are under the hot sun, a Zagu stall would be perfect. This is also a known brand and people would line just to have a sip!

Franchise Term: 3 years

Investment Inclusion:

  • Design and Decor Package
  • Marketing and Advertising
  • Recipes, Ingredients, and Procedures
  • Research and Development
  • Training and Support
  • Uniform

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 650,000 – 850,000

Other Franchises in the Philippines

Here are also businesses you can invest in aside from Food. These franchises in the Philippines are also popular, so you could definitely have a return on your investment.

Bayad Center is a payment collection and money remittance agent. You can pay your bills here and avoid lining or traveling to offices. This will be a great franchise in the Philippines.
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Franchises in the Philippines

Being healthy is an essential need of a person, so franchising a drug store is a great business, especially if one of your family members is a Pharmacist. No need to advertise your store or services as this is a famous pharmacy.

Franchise Term: 8 years
Investment Inclusion:

  • Business permits
  • Computer, Software, POS
  • Operating Capital
  • Initial Inventory
  • Pharma, operations and marketing supplies
  • Furniture and fixtures
  • Store Renovation

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 900,000 – 1.7 Million (Franchise Fee of Php 210,000)

Hair is our crown or form of expression. We can cut it short or dye it with different colors, make it straight or curly. That’s why a Salon business is great especially if you franchise a known brand in the Philippines. You will not start from scratch by promoting your salon, but enjoy customers come it as it is already popular.

Franchise Term: 8 years
Investment Inclusion:

  • Operational Support
  • Pre-opening Assistance
  • Site Assistance
  • Training

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Self-Service Laundromats are now a thing in the Philippines, with many students and workers in a hurry to use their uniforms immediately, patok na patok ito. You can finish washing and drying in about an hour!
Investment Inclusion:

  • 6-stack franchise unit
  • Design and Construction Assistance
  • Grand Opening and marketing assistance
  • Initial Inventory and Supplies
  • Operations Manual
  • Pre-opening and Start-up Assistance
  • Support 
  • Training

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 1.85 – 2.2 Million (Franchise Fee of Php 188,000)

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With motorcycles and cars easily purchased in the Philippines because of amazing and light payment schemes, selling fuel is a great business. Sea Oil is a gasoline station that you can franchise easily.
Investment Inclusion:

  • Business development
  • Pumps
  • Station Construction
  • Support for Logistics and Marketing
  • Training
  • Underground Tanks

Investment Cost or Franchise: Php 2 – 8 Million (Franchise Fee of Php 500,000)

Franchising is quite expensive, but you can also get help from Banks on getting loans and such. Usually, the ones that are quite heavy on the pocket are those that need buildings constructed according to the Brand’s specifications. However, there are also franchises that are affordable where you can purchase the kiosk.

Having a franchise business in the Philippines is a great investment. You can get your return on investment in half a year or two depending on where you are located and your strategy. You could also be at ease since there’s a team who could help you planning if ever your expectations were not reached. Rather doing from scratch, these are tried and tested products that the market learned to love.

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