Subway's franchises certainly give you a proven brand, plus you can feel good about offering your customers healthier food than places that start with an M. This is a particularly good option if you want to own/operate a restaurant overseas.
Franchise Profile — Subway
Subway offers subway sandwiches of all varieties as a healthier alternative to fatty fast foods that's still quick. There are currently 23251 Subway Restaurants in 80 countries.
Subway is looking both for new franchisees and for real estate for current franchisees. You can also sign up to be an Area Developer developing and supporting a certain number of Subways in a given geographical area (current options for this are every continent save Antartica and North and South America.
The franchise fee for a U.S. Subway is $12,500. (International fees, equipment costs, and financing vary). Support includes site selection, restaurant design, equipment ordering, other training and then ongoing support.
There's an 8% royalty and a 4.5% fee into the advertising fund (in the U.S.).
Subway's international presence is growing and offers the broadest franchise potential currently.
Learn More About Subway
For more information on this franchise opportunity, visit:
More Franchise Opportunities
Browse more franchise opportunities in the Gaebler Ventures franchise directory:
Our Directory of Franchise Opportunities now includes over 2,000 franchise opportunities. If we're missing a franchise, please let us know.
Share this article
This franchise information is neither a recommendation nor an endorsement of any franchise or business opportunity. The information is intended only to introduce our site visitors to partnering with a third-party group as a potential option for starting a new business. Franchise opportunities featured on our site may contain errors, and the information may be out of date. In addition, some franchise opportunities on our site may more properly be classified as business opportunities. You should always do your own independent and extensive research before investing in a franchise, as buying a franchise is inherently risky. Do the necessary due diligence, thoroughly review the legal documents, check references and engage qualified advisors before you invest.
Additional Resources for Entrepreneurs