Uruguayan brand offers franchise in El Salvador

Lolita, a chain of female clothing stores from Uruguay is seeking to expand in the country.

Monday, August 4, 2008

The initial amount to be invested in the franchises will be approximately between 50 and 75 thousand dollars, including the costs of transport, merchandise, import duties and infrastructure, commented Ricardo Teran, franchise representative.
Therefore, the licensee must take into account that the store space should be in the range of 35 to 80 square meters. Additionally, the interested parties may negotiate credit along with the licenses.

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Currently, 265 franchises operate nationwide of which 22% are in the Guatemalan capital.

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Businessmen from the food sector are exploring the Brazilian market in order to expand their franchises.

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