2013 Top Global Franchises
200 North American franchisors seeking international franchisees
While Entrepreneur's Franchise 500® focuses on U.S.-based franchises, the appeal of franchising goes well beyond our borders. If you've been thinking about buying a franchise--in the U.S. or any other country--consider this list of the top ranking 200 Franchise 500 companies that are seeking international franchisees.
Top 10 Global Franchises for 2013
|1||$37.2K - 1.63M|
|2||$116.59K - 263.14K|
|3||$3.69M - 6.57M|
|4||$72.19K - 149.32K|
|5||$1M - 2.33M|
|6||$1.25M - 2.53M|
|7||$221K - 400K|
|8||$297K - 2.1M|
|9||$100.69K - 390.2K|
|10||$78.69K - 371.17K|
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Lower startup costs -- sixty of these homebased companies can be started for less than $50,000 -- are just part of the reason for these businesses' popularity.
A newcomer to the Franchise 500, IceBorn boasts a proprietary system that can be controlled and monitored by franchisees remotely via a smartphone.
For the first time ever, Pizza Hut is selling pizza by the slice in new stores, as well as rolling out digital menu boards and deck ovens.
The International Franchising Association predicts that franchise growth and job creation will outpace the wider economy in 2014.
A focus on franchisee selection, training and operations helped Jimmy John's Gourmet Sandwiches reach number five on the Franchise 500 list this year.
The sector created an estimated 11,000 new establishments and 150,000-plus jobs in 2013, outpacing the overall U.S. economy in business formation and job growth.
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