Overseas Filipino workers (OFW) who are planning to venture into business in the Philippines may consider franchising the country’s leading convenience store.
If you’re interested to apply for a 7-Eleven franchise, you can expect minimal investment as the Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) announced the launch of its P300,000-franchise package for existing stores that have been in operation for at least one year.
- Have sufficient funds for the investment
- Willing to undergo full-time, 4 to 8 weeks training
- Willing to devote time to oversee day-to-day operations
- Possess good managerial skills
Secure the required documents including the following:
Accomplished Application Form: http://www.7-eleven.com.ph/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Information-sheet-new.xls
Send the requirements to [email protected] or to PSC’s office at Columbia Tower, Ortigas Ave., corner EDSA Mandaluyong City.
Afterwards, schedule a franchise briefing with specialists at http://www.7-eleven.com.ph/franchising/application-information/ for expert advice and assistance on buying a franchise.
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