THE Philippine Franchise Association (PFA) will hold a franchise exhibit featuring more than 80+ franchise brands in SM Seaside City Cebu on July 28 to 30. “Franchise Negosyo para as Cebu will be PFA’s first face-to-face expo since the Covid lockdowns,” said PFA chairman Sherill Quintana, “and we are happy to hold it in Cebu, which has always been a key mover in the economy."

The expo will showcase international, national and homegrown Cebu franchises such as 7-Eleven, Max’s Restaurant, Phoenix Petroleum, Seaoil, The Generics Pharmacy and Tea Talk. Aside from the expo, the event will also conduct seminars on "How to Invest in the Right Franchise" and "How to Franchise your Business." “This makes our expo a one-stop shop for people looking for a business or for business owners who want to grow their business via franchising,” said PFA president Chris Lim.

Lim, who is also president of Francorp Philippines, the franchise developer behind franchise mega brands like Jollibee, Potato Corner, TGP and many more, will also speak at the "How to Franchise your Business" seminar, which is designed for business owners who want to grow their business both in number and in location—even overseas.

The above mentioned seminar will have a fee but the How to Invest in the Right Franchise seminar at SM Seaside will be free. Registration to visit the expo is also free. Interested guests can register now to skip the queue:



“With our economy opening up again, now is the right time to go into franchising,” added Mr Kenneth Lim, PFA Regional Director for Visayas.

Franchise Negosyo para sa Cebu is made possible with the support of DTI-Region VII, OWWA-Region VII, 7 Eleven, Francorp, Ramen 99, Tea Talk, Ufranchise, Master Siomai, Julies, PLDT, Maya, Skin Magical, and Sunstar. SPONSORED CONTENT.