World's 6 Most Lucrative Expanding Franchises 2014

By SiliconIndia   |   Wednesday, 28 May 2014, 13:27 Hrs
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BANGALORE: The idea of plunging in to the world of already existing and popular franchise brands for stable business without much investment is alluring and individuals around the world are making profits from this safe process of starting a business from scratch and without much worry of finances. This in turn, is rapidly giving rise to the huge chains of franchise owners with happy customers, reports The Richest.

1# Subway: Start-up costs $85.2K-260.35K: Subway is one of the leading names in the fast food industry. Currently, Subway is the world’s largest sandwich chain operating globally.

Such is the popularity that Subway has been featured in many of the motion pictures as well. The subway franchise has come a long way from a small shop to operating across various nations. The Asian centre of the subway has been showing rapid expansion; and India alone has 428 restaurants in 68 cities.

2# Dunkin’ Donuts: Start-up costs $374.72K-1.61M: Providing delicious donuts since years, Dunkin Donuts is a common name famous for yummy delicacies serving across many nations. Dunkin Donuts has almost 120 years of franchising experience, and is home to f the world’s most recognized and loved donuts. With over 3,100 stores in 30 countries outside U.S., it has been serving internationally for over 40 years. From Asia to Latin America you can find this store. However, apart from its popularity, Dunkin Donuts has been criticized for its high number of lawsuits filed against franchise owners in recent years.

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