Have you ever wanted to run your own bakery? You can now a Julie’s Bakeshop franchise for a franchising fee of P40,000.
Yes, from the usual franchise fee of P300,000, you can now use the brand and intellectual property rights of Julie’s Bakeshop for the price of P40,000. However, the cost of the total investment package will still be amounting to P1.5 million, which includes equipment, systems, training, etc.
The P40,000 franchise fee promo is already a huge treat as part of Julie Bakeshop’s 40th-anniversary promo. According to its national marketing head Marc San Juan, it’s also part of the bakery’s vision to expand its business nationwide.
“One of our thrusts is to expand our network in the coming years. The vision is to have a Julie’s in every barangay,” he was quoted saying in a report by Cebu Daily Inquirer.
Raymon Rubel Fernandez, Julie’s Bakeshop regional manager for franchise operations in the Visayas listed the benefits of franchising the popular bakery.
1. It’s the leading bakeshop brand
Julie’s Bakeshop is considered the leading bakeshop brand nationwide. As of July 2022, there are 522 outlets all over the country, 40% of them are franchisees. You can never go wrong with Julie’s Bakeshop because the homegrown brand is easily recognizable and is known for its quality bread and pastries.
2. Established systems in place
Since Julie’s Bakeshop was built by Julia Gandionco in 1981, the company already has established a system of processes and systems to assure the franchisees are well taken care of. The company provides support to franchisees ensuring that their business operates well.
3. Good quality products
With Julie’s Bakeshop, you are assured that you have good quality products to offer to your customers. According to Fernandez, their bakeshops continue to thrive even amid the pandemic and challenging business times. That’s all thanks to their quality bread and products that have been a staple in many Filipino homes for years.
By opening its doors to more franchisees, Julie’s Bakeshop looks forward to more fruitful years ahead. According to Fernandez, they value franchisees because they are the ones closest to their own community’s needs and wants. Franchisees that receive enough support can meet the needs of their communities while also seeing increased business growth.
“We’re putting systems in place to keep the longevity of the brand (so) you can rely on it regardless of what happens. The brand is very resilient. We have been here for 41 years and we’re looking for another 40 years or even more!” said Fernandez.
To know more about Julie’s Bakeshop’s franchise program, you may visit www.juliesbakeshop.com.ph/franchise.
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