Argentina Franchises Booming Across Sectors & Borders

Patrick Archer competitiveness, entrepreneurs, foreign investment, franchises, real estate, us companies

Consumer demand for consistency and quality in dining, goods and services is fueling Argentina’s franchise sector with hundreds of original brands and almost 30,000 franchise locations nationwide. Franchises Now Move The Equivalent Of 2.4% Of Argentine GDP, is the headline of today’s iProfesional article which summarizes new market data from the Argentina Association of Brands & Franchises (AAMF). According to …

Subway To Open New Argentina Franchise Every 72 Hours

Patrick Archer competitiveness, entrepreneurs, franchises, real estate, us companies

Subway is conquering the Argentina fast food landscape one 15-centimeter sub at a time and planning a year-end marathon like no other in the history of Argentina franchises. The world’s largest restaurant operator will open a new Subway every 72 hours over the next two months in Argentina, according to Apertura’s Joaquin Garau. Most of the new locations will be …

KFC Opens First Argentina Location in Alto Palermo

Patrick Archer franchises, real estate, us companies

A Christmas miracle of sorts for Buenos Aires residents who have been waiting over two years for the arrival of Colonel Sanders, the “Receta Secreta” and Kentucky Fried Chicken. Rumors surfaced back in October 2010 about the possible Argentine return of Pizza Hut, one of Kentucky-based Yum! Brands (NYSE: YUM) global restaurant brands. If Pizza Hut enjoyed a successful relaunch …

Argentina Franchises Finding Success In Foreign Markets

Patrick Archer aruba, franchises, lifestyle

Leather goods, premium coffee, rugby clothes, gourmet ice cream, kids clothing, portable car wash equipment and polo boots. If Argentina made a list of items to pack for a franchise road show on foreign soil, these are some of the de rigueur selections for the carry-on. In a country where consumption is moderating, Argentina’s leading franchises are seizing the moment to …

McDonald’s To Open On “The Most Famous Corner” in Argentina

Patrick Archer aruba, foreign investment, franchises, real estate, us companies

It used to be a Cinema, but it wasn’t a cinema. It was just located next to a cinema, but the cinema closed in 2002 and the Cinema closed earlier this year. So the cinemas are long gone, but what remains is one of the most valuable corners of commercial real estate in Buenos Aires: Callao and Santa Fe. Clarin’s …