You’ve seen franchises that have been running for several years already. From food carts to convenience stores -- these businesses are patronized by many Filipinos.
A food stall franchise like Master Siomai can generate a net income of P15,000 to P20,000 per month with 280K in capital. You’ll reach your break even point in less than two years, giving you an opportunity to open another franchise!
So rather than building a business from scratch, you want to get into franchising. You think that the established system and brand of a franchise will surely give you passive income.
However, you need to do your homework before investing your money into a franchise. And that’s where the problem is for many aspiring franchisees. There’s just too many things to think about! You probably think that these are the first questions you should ask:
-- What are the documentary requirements?
-- What’s a good brand to choose?
-- Where should I place my franchise?
-- How much capital do I need?
-- When can I expect to make money from my franchise?
The list goes on and on. If you’ve been in this same spot, you know that franchising takes a lot of effort in the beginning.
But Let Me Tell You a Secret: These are NOT the First Questions You Should Ask to Know if a Franchise is Perfect for You.
EVALUATING the franchise should be your first step. This means talking to FRANCHISEES (the people who actually bought the franchise -- and not just the companies selling the franchise!) and asking them the right questions.
By downloading this guide, you’ll get real insights from franchisees who’ve been in the business for years. Through their wisdom, you’ll learn the following:
Know what mistakes to avoid when starting your first franchise.
Know how much a franchise should earn in a month.
Know when franchisees reached their break even point.
And so much more information that you’ll get for FREE!