Thinking of getting a 7-11 franchise? 7-eleven has been one of the fastest growing convenience store chain in the country. In almost all major streets or corner of any city you’ll find this store.
To give you a short history, the 7-eleven store came into the Philippines in 1982 when the Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) acquired the license to operate from the Southland Corporation, now known as the 7-Eleven, Inc. The first ever store opened in 1984 at the corner of Kamias road and Edsa, Quezon City.
From then on, 7-eleven grew fast and now is the biggest convenience store chain in the Philippines with over 700 stores spread all over the country.
Their products and services include a variety of grocery items, fast foods, mobile phone items, bills payments, and much more.
7-11 franchise has received awards multiple times from the Philippine Franchise Association and the Entrepreneur Philippines. Awards received include Best Foreign Franchise, Fastest Growing Franchise, Best in Franchise Support and more.
7-11 Franchise Details
Total investment and franchise fee for a 7-11 franchise ranges from P1 Million to P5 Million. Investments vary each store and are inclusive of the construction cost, supplies, initial products, franchise fees and lease payments. All major store equipment are provided by the company and as a franchisee, you’re entitled the use of the company’s proprietary brands and access to their on-going support.
The franchise package includes a comprehensive 4-8 weeks training program, done in the classroom and in an actual store, showing the standard operation and management of a 7-Eleven store.
The required lot size or floor area for a 7-11 franchise is ideally around 120 square meters.
If you want to learn more about the 7-11 franchise, you can contact them directly through the following:
Telephone No.: (02)726-9968, (02)497-7796
Fax No.: (02)705-5229
Mobile Nos.: 0920-950-8651, 0917-871-1686
Address: 7th Floor, Columbia Tower, Ortigas Ave., near corner EDSA, Mandaluyong City, Philippines
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