With the boom of the call center industry in the Philippines come a new business opportunity for entrepreneurs. The night owls will need some kind of sustenance and 24 hour convenience stores supply their needs.
When it comes to convenience stores, nothing beats the name of 7-Eleven. It is known internationally, has brand recall and everyone knows and trusts the brand. If you have money to invest, 7-Eleven is the way to go!
Our vision is to be the best retailer of convenience for emerging markets.
To make daily life easier by providing modern convenience.
The Philippine 7-Eleven chains of convenience stores are controlled and operated by Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC for short) which was acquired from it mother company, Seven Eleven Inc from Dallas Texas.
Operations started in February 1984 at Kamias road.
In 1998, the license to operate Philippine 7-Eleven stores were transferred to Phil-Seven Properties Corporation.
In 2000, President Chain Store Corporation of Taiwan, acquires a majority of the stocks and took the chain under control. The same company owns the chains of 7-Eleven at Taiwan.
7-Eleven sells a variety of grocery items, such as breads and spreads, chips, nuts, beverages, toiletries and soaps. Aside from the groceries, 7-Eleven also sells a multitude of warm food such as siopao, siomai and hotdogs, as well as coffee and breakfast items. You can consider 7-Eleven a trully convenient place to shop whenever you need something.
Fundamentals Behind 7-Eleven
How to Franchise 7-Eleven: Total Investment Costs
The total investment to starting a 7-Eleven Franchise is 1-5 Million pesos, including the franchise fee. The construction of the store, utilities and equipment needed to operate, signages and initial inventory.
You will also need around 120 sqm of floor space.
You will have to provide manpower and salaries.
Other requirements to Start a 7-Eleven Franchise
7-Eleven requires a potential franchise too be:
• A self-driven entrepreneur;
• Knows how to motivate his staff;
• Willing to directly oversee the operations of a 7-Eleven
• Service oriented, hardworking and possess strong entrepreneurial skills
• Financially capable to fund the investment
• Must not and is not directly or indirectly engaged in any similar business in conflict with 7-Eleven
Franchisee can be a natural or corporate entity.
The franchisee must attend a thorough 4-week training program which combines lecture and hands-on training.
Interested in Franchising 7-Eleven?
Go to http://www.7-eleven.com.ph/franchise.php?title=Application%20Information
Fill up the form
Wait for a schedule for a briefing.