For some OFWs, franchising may be the solution to coming back home “for good”.

A quick Google search for “Franchise Philippines” or “Philippine Franchising” will give you a ton of resources to help jumpstart your self-education on putting up a business in the Philippines.

There are many organizations promoting franchising as a business opportunity for OFWs.

I personally have interfaced with and invested in Royale Business Club through my entrepreneur friend Caloy ( .

Here’s a news clipping that takes a peek at what Pinoy OFWs are looking for in franchising.

OFW’s Eye Franchising

The Philippine Star

Overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are looking at becoming entrepreneurs to cope with the strengthening of the peso against the dollar.

“OFWs are now looking at franchising in order to compensate for the appreciation of the peso against the greenback,” said Armando O. Bartolome, president of GMB Franchise Developers, at the sidelines of the book launch of the Association of Filipino Franchisers Inc. (AFFI) at Powerbooks in Greenbelt.

According to Bartolome, OFWs and their beneficiaries are looking at obtaining a franchise that is priced anywhere from P150,000 to P500,000.

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