Three types of franchises are offered:1. A traditional 7-Eleven-Shop: the franchisor offers franchises for a single site that it owns or rents.2. Business Conversion Program (BCP) Franchise: the franchisee is responsible for the acquisition of the land and the construction of a commercial site and pays a different royalty than traditional franchisees. The franchisee of a PCO is also subject to a disclosure document other than the franchisee of a traditional activity.3. Micro market franchise: the franchisee owns or leases the land and most of the equipment to operate a 7-Eleven brand unmanned autonomous retail area or an unmanned retail area in an office building, hospital, university or hotel or similar location and on a limited square meter area. The Micro Market franchise is also the subject of another disclosure document. Commitments and restrictions: as part of the franchise agreement, franchisees undertake to do their best for the store and to participate actively and substantially in the effective operation of the franchise. Because the franchisee expects the franchisee to effectively manage the franchise, except in exceptional cases, it does not require franchisees to designate or train an officer unless they operate more than one 7 Eleven franchise. The store must hold all specified inventory categories. Franchisees may only manage, use and sell inventory and other products that correspond to the type, quantity, quality and diversity related to image 7 Eleven and as indicated by the franchisee in the franchise agreement. Franchisees must hold at all times in the business a reasonable and representative quantity of all proprietary products listed in the franchise agreement or mentioned by the franchisee in writing. Franchisees must be provided with an appropriate and representative quantity of all designated products, national or regional, promoted or promoted.
Franchisees must meet the merchandising and sustainability requirements of the fresh food franchisor. NOTE: FDD pages are provided for informational purposes only. This is an overview of what is in the full document that must be given by the franchise to the potential franchisee – and whose receipt between the parties must be formally certified by a notary. If you are interested in getting in touch with a franchise, please consult our offers via the “Industry” pages accessible via the drop-down menu above. Education Overview: The training program consists of approximately 300 hours of training at the franchisor`s store support center in Irving, TX, and at a 7-Eleven training store. . . .