Franchise opportunities in the Philippines

Popular franchise directions in The Philippines

List of franchises for sale available in The Philippines

Another World - Virtual Reality Parks Franchise Investment from $30,000
SAHAR&VOSK - Beauty Salon Franchise Investment from $30,000
Govorusha - Speech Therapy Center Investment from $16,200
Sapore Italiano - Italian café Investment from $249,670
SLONVISH - Hypoallergenic Jewelry Franchise Investment from $4,500
GREEN BAR - Autonomous City Farms Franchise Investment from $8,168
Perspective 24 - Real Estate Operator Franchise Investment on demand
Krispy Kreme - doughnuts and coffee store franchise Investment from $275,000
Orangetheory Fitness - fitness centre franchise Investment from $488,405
9ROUND - kickbox fitness centers franchise Investment on demand
Bye Bye Nitz - lice treatment center franchise Investment on demand
Cutmann Kids - the First Children's Barbershop Franchise Investment from $80,000
Saber - the First Men's Hairdressing Salon for Boys Franchise Investment from $17,550
Friendly English - English Language Studio Franchise Investment from $4,700
HEAD SHOT - Network of Cyber Sports Clubs Franchise Investment from $63,600
AMAkids - Intellectual Development Academy Franchise Investment from $15,000
BusyFly - Sharing Electric Scooter Franchise Investment from $6,206
Chile Passport - Obtaining Citizenship and Childbirth in Chile Franchise Investment from $20,200
LUMERIKA - Studio of Laser Epilation and Cosmetology Franchise Investment from $40,000
Bustclub - Franchise of the Lingerie Styling Salon by Lidia Khuliganovna Investment from $83,000
PALERMO COFFEE - Сoffee Сhain Franchise Investment from $12,500
Salad Box - Healthy Food Restaurant Franchise Investment from $90,213
Blo Blow Dry Bar - Hair Salon Franchise Investment from $300,000
Konkrid - Concrete Plant Franchise Investment on demand

Attractiveness of the Philippines for the development of franchise business

The country demonstrates high rates of economic growth (10th fastest in the world). However, the average net monthly salary; $279, is one of the lowest in the world. The leading industries include IT, retail, gaming, hospitality and leisure, real estate, manufacturing, construction, energy, and shipbuilding.

Being a predominantly rural country, it still has 6 cities with the population over 1 million people: Quezon City (2.94 mln), Manila (1.78 mln), Caloocan City (1.58 mln), Davao City (1.63 mln), Budta (1.27 mln), Malingao (1.12 mln) and ones where the population has exceeded half a million such as Cebu City (922,611).

The franchising industry in the Philippines is continuously one of the strongest players in the local economy. The annual turnover in franchising has risen by about 25% in the past few years, reaching $7 billion. Consequently, the number of franchise businesses has grown and is now more than 1,200.

Key franchise opportunities in the country include food and drinks, beauty (salon, spa), retail and pharmacy. The cost of a franchise fee varies greatly, average being around $20.000. The initial investment capital is also greatly varied, average being about $20.000-$50.000.

An interesting aspect is the existence of the Philippines Franchise Association, a non-profit organization established in 1995 to help organize the growing number of national and foreign franchise industry players.

There are high investment business opportunities, as well as cheap franchises in the Philippines presented for review, the choice is yours.

Indicators of Business Market in the Philippines

  • Capital: Maynila

  • Currency: Piso

  • Education Index (2013): 0.610

  • Official languages: Filipino

  • Per capita GDP (PPP): $3,280

  • Quality-of-life index (0-10): 5.71

  • Population: 100.9 mln

  • Total GDP (PPP): $873.966 billion

  • Ease of Doing Business Ranking, Rank: 113

  • Gini: 43.0

  • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.682

  • Largest Cities: Quezon City, Manila, Caloocan, Davao City, Cebu