The country’s biggest convenience store desires to expand more as they welcome franchisees to become part of their growing business. It was in 1984 that the Philippine Seven Corporation (PSC) opened the first 7-Eleven store in the Philippines at Kamias Road corner EDSA, Quezon City. Now, they have over 700 stores operating and counting.
7-Eleven has been a recipient of many awards such as Best Foreign Franchise, Fastest Growing Franchise, Best in Franchise Support, Marketing Campaign of the Year, and Hall of Fame International Master Franchise award.
If you want to be a part the country’s biggest convenience store you must possess the following qualifications according to their site.
must be an ambitious, creative, entrepreneurial person and, ready to put in hard work and time to oversee day-to-day store operations. must also be willing to comply with the 7-Eleven System, which has proved profitable through the years.
Franchisees are required to attend 7-Eleven’s comprehensive franchise training program. The program covers customer service, store operations, store management, and in-store training.
7-Eleven Franchisee support includes:
- Site Acquisition
- Store Construction
- Operations Field Consultants and Area Managers
- Marketing Programs
7-Eleven investment, which may vary for each store, is inclusive of construction cost, store supplies, initial merchandise, and franchise fee and lease payments if any. The company also provides major store equipment.
7-Eleven Franchise of the store includes:
- Access to the 7-Eleven equipment
- Merchandise and operating systems
- Use of proprietary brands and on-going support
If interested, you can contact them at (02) 726-9968, 0920-9508651, 0917-8711686 or email email@example.com.