9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,0009 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

If you're currently thinking of starting a small business, perhaps you have already came across the idea of franchising a business concept.

The Philippine Franchise Association defines franchising as the method of practicing and using another's perfected business concept. Through franchising, you will be able to capitalize on a brand's specific product or service which have already been proven feasible in the consumer market.

To help you with your decision, we've rounded up a list of franchises in the Philippines that you can start for less than P500,000.

List of Franchises in the Philippines that Require Less than P500,000 Initial Investment

Candy Corner

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Total Initial Cost: P350,000
- Start-Up franchise package for a Candy Corner cart operation
- Franchise package (four-year term)
- 24 candy bins
- 1,000 pieces of candy bags
- 48 scoops and tongs
- Two (2) sets of staff uniform
- Cart with panaflex signage
- Inventory in stock
- Digital weighing scale
- Franchise fee
- Basic training course
- Cashier's table
- Site selection support

Application Requirements
- Letter of intent addressed to: Mr. Ricardo T. Andres - President, Candy Corner Franchising Corp.

Contact Details
Address: #1 Saint Augustine Street, Brgy. Oranbo, Pasig City
Email: mlexpress@mlhuillier1.com
Contact Numbers: (02) 632-7741 / 632-0379

Dunkin' Donuts

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Total Initial Cost: Starts at P200,000 (varies depending on floor space and location of the kiosk or take-out counter)

- Five year franchise
- Training program
- Quality Assurance assistance
- Site selection assistance
- Marketing and promotional support
- Continuing guidance from assistance

Application Requirements
- Letter of intent which includes the site's complete address & the applicant's address
- Actual photos of the site / area with vicinity map

Contact Details
Address: Golden Donuts, Inc., Cor. Reliance and Sheridan St., Mandaluyong City
Contact Numbers: (02) 968-7300 loc. 286-87 / 0998 8429920/ 0998 8429923
Email: bdd@dunkindonuts.ph

ExpressPay Pera Padala

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Total Initial Cost (depends on franchise term):
Package A: P154,000 (3 years)
Package B: P210,000 (5 years)
Package C: P308,000 (lifetime contract)

- System set-up
- Marketing collaterals
- One-sided, lighted signage (3' x 6')
- Standee OR sticker on glass panel
- Uniforms (4 T-shirts & 2 Caps)
- "Soon to Open" poster (2' x 4')
- Partner poster
- Service charter poster
- Giveaways (Pens 50 pcs)
- Paalala Poster (SMS Notification)
- "Paload na Dito" tarp
- Transaction forms
- Helpdesk / technical support
- Outdoor banners for tricycle ads (10 pcs - tarp 3.5' x 2') (for Package C only)
- Directional signage (tarp) (for Package C only)
- 1,000 pcs. flyers (for Package C only)

Contact Details
Address: 19 Jafer Place, Eisenhower Street, Greenhills, San Juan City, Philippines
Contact Numbers: (02) 668 – 0362 / (02) 232 – 8070 / (02) 543 – 3671 / 0917 735 0121 / 0929 717 2996 / 0922 697 5731
Email: philipexpresspayinc@gmail.com / bethexpresspayinc@gmail.com / expresspay_marketing@yahoo.com

Lots'a Pizza

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Total Initial Cost (depends on store type):
Starter Cart: starts at P350,000
Starter Depot: starts at P450,000
Full Service Cart: starts at P500,000

- Security deposit
- Omnibus advertising fee
- Financial analysis and site evaluation
- Training support
- Construction, renovation and fit out
- Mobular© Systems components , equipment and fixtures
- Trademarks and branding
- Utensils, uniform add-ons and other Line Items
- Marketing support
- Marketing and development
- Pre-opening support

Application Requirements
- Letter of intent and application form
- Full address and actual photos of the site

Contact Details
Address: LOTS’A PIZZA Bldg., #28 Capricorn St. Pamplona Park, Las Pinas City
Contact Numbers: (02) 873-8435
Email: franchise@lotsapizza.com.ph

Master Siomai

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Total Initial Cost: P280,000

- Japanese-inspired food cart
- 5 cu. ft. chest freezer
- Acrylic plastic juicer
- Food steamer
- Complete food cart kitchen wares and plastic wares.
- Initial food and paper products (approximately worth P7,000)
- Complete set of crew uniforms
- Cleaning supplies
- Marketing collaterals

Application Requirements:
- Application form
- Photocopy of 2 valid IDs
- Proof of billing (Any utility bill from Meralco, PLDT, Maynilad or any cellphone company
registered and doing business in the Philippines)
- TIN Number as registered with the BIR
- SEC Registration, BIR Certificate, and COR (business registration)
- Award notice / lease proposal / agreement with the lessor

Contact Details
Address: 88 C. Arellano St., Brgy. Ibaba, Malabon City Metro Manila Philippines
Contact Numbers: (02) 709-5288 ; (02) 709-0901 / (02) 281-3635 / 09234419958
Email:  inquiry@mastersiomai.ph

Mister Donut

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Franchise Fee: P50,000
Additional Costs (depends on store type):
Cart: P200,000 - P300,000
Take-out Booth: minimum of P400,000
Total Initial Cost: P250,000 - P450,000

- Cart
- Equipment
- Small wares
- POS tablet
- Two (2) sets of crew uniform

Application Requirements
Signed Letter of Intent addressed to the Franchise Management Department (fms@misterdonut.ph) which contains the following:

- Expressed interest to be a franchisee of Mister Donut
- Address, contact number, email address
- Address of proposed location with vicinity map
- Actual photos of proposed site

Contact Details
Address: Ramcar Center, 80-82 Roces Ave., Quezon City
Contact Numbers: (02) 370-1236 / 09178896016
Email: fms@misterdonut.ph

ML Kwarta Padala Express (M Lhuillier)

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Franchise Fee / Royalty Fee / Annual Fee: None
ML Express Package Fee: P99,000
Total Initial Cost: P99,000

- ML Wallet with P25,000 initial load
- One (1) Lenovo Yoga 2 Tablet
- ML Kwarta Padala Express System
- WiFi printer
- Marketing collaterals

Application Requirements
- Company Profile
- Officers' Profile
- Business Permit / Business License
- BIR (Bureau of Internal Revenue) Registration
- BSP (Banko Sentral ng Pilipinas) Registration and AMLA (Anti-Money Laundering Act) certificate
- DTI (Department of Trade and Industry) or SEC (Securities and Exchange Commission) Registration

Contact Details
Email: mlexpress@mlhuillier1.com
Contact Numbers: 0947-999-9352 / 0917-821-5045

Potato Corner

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Total Initial Cost (depends on outlet):
School Cart (1.2 m): 200,000
Standard Cart (1.8 meters): P350,000
Kiosk (2 x 2 meters): P400,000 – P500,000

- Cart
- Franchise fee
- Small wares & equipment
- Initial Supplies
- Franchisee and Crew Training

Application Requirements:
- Letter of intent (including desired location and reasons why you want to franchise)
- Map or sketch of your desired location
- Actual photos of your desired location
- Current resume / curriculum vitae
- 2 valid IDs (preferably government ID)

Contact Details
Contact Numbers: (02) 534-5845 / (02) 534-5846

Siomai House

9 Concepts That You Can Franchise For Less Than P500,000

Total Initial Cost (depends on outlet): P300,000 - P400,000

- Siomai House basic designed booth
- Freezer and steamer
- Beverage dispenser
- Advertising signages
- Two (2) sets of Siomai House uniforms
- Free delivery 3 times a week
- Other provisions for the business

Application Requirements:
- Letter of intent (including details on the desired location)

Contact Details
Address: 118 Arellano St., Bagong Barrio, Caloocan City, Philippines
Contact Numbers: (02) 363-0226 / (02) 447-6523
Email: siomaihouse@yahoo.com.ph / siomaihouse@bernabest.ph

Are you all set for your new business venture?

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Written by

Stef Reyes