Ministop opens up franchise opportunities to entrepreneurs
Aside from providing high quality ready-to-eat food choices and readily-available groceries to its customers, the convenience store chain is committed to maintaining consistent support to the outlets of its business partners. This support structure includes a roster of unique planning and operational services for its franchisees and investors, allowing Ministop to give more Filipinos a chance to be successful in the franchising industry.
Ministop offers full marketing and store operations support, which cover promotions and merchandising activities, training programs and manpower assistance. They also provide a 24-hour call service center for repairs, maintenance and other daily operational concerns of their business partners’ outlets.
Aspiring franchisees also enjoy the advantage of earning more as they sell more with Ministop’s profit sharing model. “All we need are passionate and driven people possessing an entrepreneurial mindset who can dedicate their time to oversee a 24/7 retail operation,” says Ministop’s General Manager Ms. Roena Sarte.
Bringing opportunities to more entrepreneurs. In the recent Franchise Asia Philippines Expo, Asia’s biggest and most anticipated franchise event, Ministop welcomed potential franchisees to take part in their fast-growing global company which is part of the Robinsons Retail Group, an affiliate of JG Summit Holdings Inc.
“Joining the event was a great opportunity to learn more about the industry as well as grow our number of quality franchisees. We always look forward to the exposure it gives us to dynamic and aspiring entrepreneurs and we hope to see more of them partnering with us,” Ministop general manager Roena Sarte adds.
Entrepreneurs eyeing top investment prospects can set up a Ministop franchise and enjoy a strong partnership with the leading brand.
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