With this broad line of affordable and value-added generic medicines, TGP continues to be the leading retailer of quality cost-effective generic medicines. We offer entrepreneurs a unique, exciting high-profitable and stable investment alternative.
Franchising has seen phenomenal growth over the years. It is a dynamic business format with a 90% success rate in the Philippines. It does well when the economy is good, and does even better during difficult economic times.
Our franchise comes in total support package derived from a strong operational and support system which allow our franchisees to run the business successfully while enjoying an investment with proven economic viability.
|Franchising Fee||₱ 150,000.00|
|P.O.S. (Hardware and Software)||110,000.00|
|Total Capital||₱ 674,000.00|
|Breakdown of Operating Capital:|
|5 mo. rent x ₱ 24,000.00||120,000.00|
|2 mo. Light, Water, Tel x ₱3,000.00||8,000.00|
|2 mo. 2 Pharmacists' salaries x ₱20,000.00||80,000.00|
|2 mo. 2 Assistants' salaries x ₱12,000.00||48,000.00|
|2 mo. miscellaneous x ₱4,000.00||8,000.00|
|Rent, light, water, telephone||₱ 28,000.00|
|2 Pharmacists' salaries||40,000.00|
|2 Assistants' salaries||24,000.00|
|Initial Stocks or Inventory||₱ 150,000.00|
|Break-even Sales per Month||240,000.00|
|40% Average Gross Margin||94,500.00|
|Break-even Sales per Day (30 Days)||₱ 8,000.00|
Royalty Fee: 1% of the total monthly gross sales
Advertising Fee: 1% of the total monthly gross sales
Total Franchise Fee: P300,000
"I was working in a multinational company when my friend invited me to be a franchisee of TGP. The franchise was so affordable, so I decided to invest my life-savings and follow my dreams of having my own business. It was a huge risk for me! I opened my first branch in 2008, and in less than three months I got my ROI (return on investment)."
“TGP has always been close to my heart, being one of the first franchisees way back in 2008. I believe in the Founder’s vision of providing access to quality healthcare to the Filipino masses that we serve. I left the corporate world to handle my growing TGP franchise.”