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If you’ve got what it takes to franchise with 7‑Eleven, go ahead and take the first step.
Franchising with the world’s #1 convenience store is easier than you think, for all kinds of reasons. With the support of a global brand and a business model built for your success, a new word was definitely in order. Here’s more of what we’re talking about.
7‑Eleven CEO Joe DePinto says veterans know how to get a mission done. He should know. DePinto is a retired U.S. Army officer and advocate for U.S. military veterans. With that kind of support from the top, plus special military discounts and financing, it’s no wonder Military Times included 7‑Eleven in its
BEST FOR VETS: Franchises rankings.
There's a long list of reasons to franchise with 7‑Eleven. Here are some of the biggest:
We're excited to welcome the newest Multiple Franchisee to the family, Janitha Katudeniya. Cheers to your success, Janitha!
Congratulations to Vikas Patel for franchising his 3rd 7‑Eleven store in Florida! Vikas opened his first store in 2012 in Springhill, Florida, and he was recently recognized as a Retailer Initiative Award Winner. Keep up the great work, Vikas!
Congratulations to Gagan and his father, Prithipaul, on franchising their first 7‑Eleven store in Fresno, California! This father-and-son duo had always dreamed of owning their own 7‑Eleven, and they're excited to put their talents and knowledge to work. We know you're going to do great! Welcome to the 7‑Eleven family.
While in the startup phase of any new business, minority entrepreneurs face a plethora of challenges transitioning from idea to execution. The hurdles vary in both range and height, from raising and securing capital investment to deciding whether to make your first hires to finding the right location from which to run your business. Despite these challenges, minority entrepreneurs have and always will find ways to succeed...