KFC Philippines is giving investors – even those who have no solid experience in running a quick-service restaurant (QSR) -- the opportunity to be the “Colonel” of their own KFC store via its innovative franchising scheme.
KFC Philippines, under its franchising program utilizing all available tech innovations and safety and ease, will handle the full operations of the store, thus, assuring entrepreneurs a hassle-free management experience while enjoying the full benefits of franchise ownership.
This also gives the KFC sub-franchisee a higher level of confidence that the store is maximizing its potential as it will be supervised according to the company's world-class standards daily.
KFC Philippines will handle the daily operations and full management of the franchised stores to maximize their potential. The sub-franchisee as the investor will be assured of KFC's world-class product quality and service. Its Human Resource Group will also be directly involved in the recruitment of talent, ensuring aligned criteria on selection and personnel training. This also ensures the sub-franchisee's store personnel will be equipped with all the necessary tools and digital knowledge.
Originally called Kentucky Fried Chicken, KFC was founded by Colonel Harland Sanders, who developed the brand’s world-famous 11 secret herbs and spices. It is now owned by Yum! Brands, which granted the mother franchise to KFC Philippines for the country. In 2019, Yum! Brands allowed KFC Philippines to start offering the business to sub-franchisees.
The pandemic failed to dull the appetite of investors for the fast-growing QSR. It has since opened four sub-franchised outlets in Santiago, Isabela, Waltermart Capas, Waltermart Malolos, and Waltermart Candelaria. A number of sub-franchised outlets will also open this year.
Given KFC’s globally set operational standards, entrepreneurs can create jobs within their communities through their very own KFC store. Interested entrepreneurs who own a property for a potential KFC franchise may send their details to KFC Franchising. They can also inquire via https://corporate.kfc.com.ph/franchising/.
Investment starts at P19 million, which includes store construction, equipment, and the initial fees. The minimum area requirement is 1,200 square meters for a Free Standing/Drive-thru store and 160 sq m for an inline or a mall store.
KFC prides itself as the first QSR in the country to utilize e-bikes for eco-friendly food-delivery service on a wide scale. It currently has over 300 branches nationwide.