Franchisor offers discounts for starting biz
Technology has a major impact on closing gaps in various industries, including franchising
Budding entrepreneurs are now given a great chance to start their businesses as Easy Franchise, the country’s first go-to platform for franchising that connects franchisors to franchisees across the globe, is bringing back the first and only franchise sale in the Philippines.
According to Easy Franchise, exclusive promos, discounts, deals, and services, as well as P5,000 off, are up for grabs during the annual Franchise Day, dubbed “Franchise Day 8.28,” slated on 28 August.
Interested entrepreneurs can get their food and beverage franchise with P40,000 up to P100,000 franchise fee discount from local partner brands like Chops To Go, Estings Bellychon, Persia Grill, 0402 Cafe and Tapsulit.
Specialty drink shop Cha Tuk Chak currently offers a P276,000 franchise fee discount and will provide P100,000 worth of free milk tea bar and equipment exclusive on Franchise Day.
International brand JoyBean Global now has a P100,000 franchise fee discount with P40,000 worth of free supplies and will offer an additional P100,000 off their franchising fee on Franchise Day.
Meanwhile, H2O MineralPlus offers water refilling franchises up to P250,000 off and will provide free auto refilling dispensers worth P72,000 on Franchise Day 8.28.
Launched in February 2019, Easy Franchise has been helping interested franchisees to choose the right Franchise or package that fits their needs. It was founded by Jose Magsaysay, former CEO and co-founder of Potato Corner, the Philippines’ most successful franchise brand, along with serial entrepreneurs RJ Ledesma and Bubbles Lim.
“Technology has a major impact on closing gaps in various industries, including franchising. We are creating a digital bridge through Easy Franchise that will enable Filipino migrants and OFWs to join the franchise sector,” co-founder Joe Magsaysay Jr. said.
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