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How to Franchise: McDonald’s in the Philippines

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Interested to get your own McDonald’s franchise?

Here are relevant information that can help you understand how to franchise, how much you need and who to contact to start your own franchise of McDonald’s in the Philippines.

About the McDonald’s Franchise

franchise-logo-mcdonaldsMore than 80% of McDonald’s restaurants all over the world are owned by franchisees. In the Philippines, McDonald’s opened its doors to franchising in 1985, and has since expanded its network to over 150 franchised restaurants nationwide.

McDonald’s franchisees, also called Owner/Operators, play a major role in the System’s success. Choosing McDonald’s means joining the force behind one of the world’s successful and most loved brands and becoming part of a global network of successful and motivated entrepreneurs.

As a McDonald’s Philippines Owner/Operator, franchisees gain the following advantages:

  • Extensive support system to cover all aspects of the business, which includes operations, supply chain, and marketing support throughout the entire franchise term
  • World class training to deliver world class service and business success
  • Access to world class suppliers that provide the necessary goods and services that go into great-tasting food and excellent services that customers enjoy
  • A peer network of over 65 franchisees locally, and the McDonald’s network of over 27,000 employees nationwide

Main Products and/or Services Offered

  • Burger McDo
  • Big Mac
  • Big n’ Tasty
  • Quarter Pounder
  • Fillet-o-Fish
  • McSpaghetti
  • McNuggets
  • Twister Fries
  • McFlurry
  • Caramel Sundae
  • McCafe
  • Happy Meal

Total Franchise Cost / Investment

P30 million to P50 million

The above cost depends on the following factors:

  • Restaurant size
  • Suitability of existing building
  • Site location whether provincial or within Metro Manila
  • Equipment specifications involved based on the kind of menu offering (regular or limited menu line). In all cases, however McDonald’s specifies and approves the menu offerings.

Standard Package Inclusions

  • Architectural Planning and Design Fees
  • Building and leasehold improvements and other relevant site works necessary
  • Kitchen, air-conditioning and exhaust equipment
  • Cash registers
  • Emergency generators
  • Seating, signages and décor
  • Other furniture and fixtures

Contact Details

The Franchising Department
McDonalds Philippines
17th Floor, Citibank Center Bldg.
8741 Paseo de Roxas St.,Makati City

8888-500 local 5000
franchising@ph.mcd.com

 

See also: Complete list of Philippine companies available for Franchising

Sources: Official Company Website

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  • Never knew that you need that much money just to franchise mcdonalds, I expect it’s not more than 10m

    • Code

      It is….I guess it will take less than 2 yrs to get all ur investments when you buy McDonalds franchise…

  • Code

    It will take less than 2 yrs to get all your investments (roi)

  • MUTT

    Say you sell P5M of food products a month, that’s P60M a year. Account for food costs and costs of operating the Store (labor, utilities, royalties, rent, etc.), you might get cash flows from that annual Sales by 10%, or P6M per year. Without taking to account inflation, some growth on your Sales, and taxes, it would approximately take you a minimum of 5 years to recover the cheapest investment in the range declared above, which is P30M. This projected payback would be longer as the initial investment increases or as the assumptions of our computations become more realistic.

    2 years of recovery means either A) you could sell P13M a month, B) you are so thrifty you earn 25% cash flows (which would entail sacrificing a lot of quality), C) you bought a very cheap site, say, worth P12M (is this a food stall?), or D) you won’t pay taxes and/or other expenses, or a combination or all of these.

    ***Some approximation only***