Since Happy Lemon has lots of branches already in the country, it’s so obvious people here are loving the taste of the most popular milk tea café today. After having a cup or two of my favorite Cocoa Milk Tea and Puff Cream, my friend asked me, how to franchise Happy Lemon in the Philippines? You think how much would it cost? You see it’s not only a yummy refreshment, a lot of people are throwing numbers already at thinking to open a franchise of Happy Lemon.
It dawned on me that my friend was serious because after that, we pulled over at another famous Bubble Tea café in Greenhills. They serve the Taiwan version of their bubble teas. I love the tea and coffee intermix to the one I ordered. I noticed that majority of their customers were Chinese and students. All of them were chilling there with their laptops and tablets on. I thought, this has never even been a Starbucks scene.
People chill at coffee shops and they have their smoking area. This one is pure refreshing. Milk tea business targets the youth and the teens that’s what I’m so sure of. Happy Lemon franchise fee, hmmm I need a large cup of their bestseller rock salt and cheese for that one. That’s a one million question. You have to treat me for the answer. (laughs)
Happy Lemon Philippines
Back to my friend, he was from La Salle, too. And he was so madly interested to open a Happy Lemon branch in Pampanga. And he was thinking to start a kiosk type of it serving in front of a university. He’s quite a businessman himself. And I love the idea of making a partnership.
Anywayz, Happy Lemon’s birth was from Hong Kong. Chris Tiu, basketball heartthrob, Fil-Chinese young businessman here got the idea when he and his friends were searching about a milk tea business in the country since this type of business doesn’t have too much competitors. Apparently, the group went abroad, all around Asia to find the best milk tea. Until they tasted Happy Lemon in Hong Kong. They knew it was the one.
Happy Lemon Franchise
From an article from Manila Bulletin, Chris Tiu and his friends admitted it wasn’t that easy when Happy Lemon franchise was granted to them. Tiu’s group was the pioneer of Happy Lemon in the Philippines. Just like any other franchise business, opening your first branch is a tough job. But then, hard work will pay off eventually.
Since their first branch was successful, the opening of HL in the Philippines in 2010 followed more branches. In 2011, Happy Lemon had already four branches. And it seems that Chris Tiu’s group has the exclusive franchise for now. And Happy Lemon branches opened to other provinces like Pampanga, Cagayan and Davao in 2013.
If you are interested to franchise Happy Lemon and open a branch somewhere your place, you can know the details, franchise fees, Happy Lemon menu and deals at the official website of Happy Lemon. If you know Mandarin, it will be a big plus for you to negotiate and all.