Top 8 Best Philippine Franchises

Franchise Philippines aims to provide Filipinos on how to start their own franchise business. But, what happens when you don’t know where to start? What franchise should I get? Should I get the help of franchise consultants?

First of all, if you’re starting out, you might want to save most of your money for your franchise fee and other expenses and just do the research as well. This post is about that. We scour the depths of the world just to know what are the 8 most popular Philippine franchise today. Ok, maybe not the whole world… Let’s get started.

8. Water Refill Franchises

water-franchise

The reason why most businesses succeed and others not, is because they focus on the needs of the people. Water, is a basic need. That’s why, water franchises are all over the place and they make money.

Minimum Investment Required: P20,000

Why Is It Profitable: Water is a basic necessity

7. Education & Training Franchises

review-centers

With millions of graduate students finishing their studies on a quarterly basis and expected to rise even more every year, review centers and educational training schools are a good way to franchise. These franchises never go out of style because you can also target the market such as undergrad students who wants to take vocational courses and preschools for toddlers, which are all profitable when done right. Also to note that there are a lot of people wanting to go to vocational nursing schools and care giving courses. It is a good safe investment.

Minimum Investment Required: 1Million

Why Is It Profitable: Fresh graduates reviewing for licensure exams, vocational courses & preschools.

6. Bakery & Food Store Franchises

pandesal

Ahh, another necessity. Who doesn’t eat pandesal? Bakery and food store has been with us since our lolo’s and lola. And there’s a reason why there are still there up to now, they are profitable and time and time again, Filipinos just like to eat. Your morning breakfast just wouldn’t be complete without a pandesal or a bread together with a nice cup of coffee.

Minimum Investment Required: P250,000

Why Is It Profitable: Food is a necessity. Pandesal & bread has been a part of Filipino culture.

5. Bar & Cafe Franchises

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Bar’s are always been a go getter. If you own a bar, especially a reputable franchise, you can always assume you will get the return of your investment. Now on the other hand, Cafe franchises are good. Filipinos love coffee. Remember the time when Starbucks first opened their shop in the Philippines? It’s a so much hit that even the socialites go starbucks all well dressed just to drink coffee in the late afternoon. Cafes signifies class and your market will be those that can afford to pay more for every cup. Customers plus high buying potential is equals to more profit.

Minimum Investment Required: P250,000

Why Is It Profitable: With popular franchise, return of your investment is almost at 100%

4. Personal Care Franchises

personal-care

Celebrities took part in the popularity of this franchise industry. Personal care franchise are easy to promote simply because celebrities are already promoting them. If local stars & celebrities are talking about them rampantly, you know that the followers and fans are going to go after that franchise. Also, spas and sauna has become a weekly habit for some people that became a part of their routine.

Minimum Investment Required: P200,000

Why Is It Profitable: Celebrities creating buzz will most likely ease your marketing campaign.

3. Service-Type Franchises

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What are these service-type franchises? Car wash franchises, printing shops, and the most popular call centers these are all profitable franchises under this category. We know how many people wants to work in call centers. And call centers are in demand outside the Philippines because of our ability to talk in English clearly. One of the best in Asia. Picture this, Americans paying you, the franchise owner, dollars and you are paying your employees pesos. This is a lucrative franchise indeed.

Minimum Investment Required: P2 Million

Why Is It Profitable: Very lucrative. International and world market possible.

2. Fast Food and Restaurant Franchises

fast-food

Yet again, we see the proof that Filipinos really love to eat. Who doesn’t know Jollibee, McDonald’s & KFC? Fast food franchises are almost all the time will never fail. Though the return of investment will be somewhat long, the fruit of long term income is certainly obtainable. Jollibee, McDonalds and other fast food franchises maybe a bit too much for people that are starting up, there are other choices as well. Small fast food franchises are out there and you can still earn from them.

Minimum Investment Required: P150,000

Why Is It Profitable: Filipinos love to eat!

1. Food Cart & Kiosk Franchises

foodcart-kiosk

When you’re talking about necessity, food cart has it, we are talking about food right? When you’re talking about accessibility, food carts, they are everywhere! Standing and waiting at a small corner of the street or a mall waiting for you to buy a piece of something to eat. When you’re talking about price, food carts can cost at around 20,000. A very small investment. There’s nothing bad to tell about this type of franchise and highly recommended for people who are starting up and even those who already have the money. Be careful though where you buy your franchise and make sure that you’re getting them from reliable companies.

Minimum Investment Required: P20,000

Why Is It Profitable: Filipinos love to eat. Small investment needed. Accessible to anyone.

Closing Remarks

All minimum investment required are just an estimate and of course, this vary from one franchise company to another. You can discuss about this article on our franchise forum. And if you’re still not decided, you can browse our franchise directory.

We hope we have helped you decide on which franchise business to go for. We at franchise Philippines only wants to help fellow Filipinos in this industry. We are not in any way associated with any franchise companies. We are only doing this as a sign of giving back for our fellow Filipinos. So go do some business now!

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  • medo

    i need full information about Water Refill Franchises if i need to open in Cebu i would like to recive emil with full details

  • C-Jay

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  • Cheryl Cinco Sham

    how much d rent? wat size..may I know pls..ty

  • http://www.lembestlechon.com/ Lembest Lechon

    Products:

    lechon manok – whole 199 / half 100
    chicken sisig – whole 220 / half 110
    chicken combo – 210
    lechon liempo – 139
    lechon sisig – 149
    liempo combo – 149

    Lembest retail/franchising company

  • http://www.lembestlechon.com/ Lembest Lechon

    lechon manok – whole 199 / half 100

    chicken sisig – whole 220 / half 110

    chicken combo – 210

    lechon liempo – 139

    lechon sisig – 149

    liempo combo – 149

    Available only in Luzon

    Lembest retail/franchising company

  • http://www.lembestlechon.com/ Lembest Lechon

    Roasted chicken and pork belly.

    lechon manok – whole 199 / half 100
    chicken sisig – whole 220 / half 110
    chicken combo – 210
    lechon liempo – 139
    lechon sisig – 149
    liempo combo – 149

    Available only in Luzon
    Lembest retail/franchising company

  • http://www.lembestlechon.com/ Lembest Lechon

    lechon manok – whole 199 / half 100

    chicken sisig – whole 220 / half 110

    chicken combo – 210

    lechon liempo – 139

    lechon sisig – 149

    liempo combo – 149

    Available only in Luzon

    Lembest retail/franchising company

  • http://www.globalmaps.xyz/plc/209472/ R?nch? satellite maps

    Im rod. Im interested with the stuff u are offering for small business.

  • http://www.traplana.com/trip/plan/?id=209472 R?nch? satellite map

    Good morning,

    I owned a 440 sqm lot in Taal, Batangas suited for commercial purpose. It is near public highway, just across public national high school, museum, and public markets.
    If interested in this property, it is open for lease. Please call me at 09167153444 or email me back, thanks,

    Best regards,

    Luz Marinay
    Property owner
    Contact: 09167153444
    Email: lmarinay@yahoo.com

    Sent from my iPad

  • http://www.traplana.com/trip/plan/?id=209472 R?nch? satellite map

    I have a property for lease, 440 sqm lot fenced and with steel gate, if someone is inter stead, please call me at 09167153444 or email me at lmarinay@yahoo.com, thanks

    Luz
    Lmarina

  • Emmanule Paez

    If you have one million pesos cash no loan what kind of business would you do?

  • ralph abrenica

    if you want franchise free pls contact mr. ralph abrenica 09505920832

  • Chris Pelota

    Hi guys,

    Is anyone here doing a franchise with “TheExpressPay”…is it a good franchise to invest? Hows the ROI?

  • David Coulthurst

    can foreigners own a business now in the Philippines under the new president Duturte government? I have been to the Philippines 5 times now and I love it there and I want to live there and hopefully get married if I find the RIGHT girl!!!! I will be graduating from my study in the Diploma of Project Management and the Diploma of Business in 2017 and then I plan to come to the Philippines and own a business fully or close to it being fully owned! I am Australian as well and I love the Philippines and its people…….Thank you!

  • http://tm.trackmobi.com/SH7lt FAREASTERNMAN

    Nope. You’ll have to apply for Citizenship Naturalization which will require you to renounce your original citizenship, something I don’t think many foreigners would agree to. But If you have married a Filipino, you will be entitled to the citizenship privilege your spouse have, including owning a business in the Philippines, without giving up your Australian citizenship.

  • marianne alcober

    PLEASE UPDATE ABOUT DETAILS OF FOOD CART

  • Elias Padilla Avestruz

    Hey David Coulthurst, i’m looking also to put-up a business here in the Philippines. I’m a Filipino and been working in fast food industry for 13 years specifically at McDonald’s (Saudi Arabia and Canada) and tired of being away and want to settle here in my beloved country since Duterte is now the President. We can be a business partner, you can email me at elias.avestruz@gmail.com.

  • Imthequeen EmyRose

    what kind of franchise are u offering sir?

  • MSZ

    A BIG NO!!!!!

  • Bilel

    I’m looking for someone to help me setup a call center. Email me if possible : biljhoe13@icloud.com

  • Robbin Closs

    Hello was wondering about franchises in phillipines something in food industry

  • Martin Zacky

    S bar and cafe Anu po mrerecommend nyo ?

  • Maritess Basa-Martinez

    When the contract of a franchise expires, will renewing it mean having to entail what costs?

  • John Philip Malones

    is that availabble for mindanao?
    johnphilipmalones@yahoo.com
    thanks

  • Maki

    Looking for Pao Tsin franchise here. Pls leave a msg here for contact details

  • Jake Gutierrez

    I’m interested in doing a restaurant business in the phil, can anyone help me, I need a good location,good location and a good location (get it?) please email me at jakegutierrez70@msn.com, or you can reach me at my fb account.