The fast food chain reported 2,585 units and was behind the Cocoa Show, which grew 19% last year to a total of 2,827 units.
The champ is still O Boticário with 3652 units. Overall, Brazil has 170,900 open franchise units.
In 2021, Brazil registered 2,882 franchise chains, an increase of 8% compared to 2020.
According to the president of ABF, Andre Friedheim, “It is possible to note new companies that entered the sector, others that built new sales channels and business expansion, and franchising was the chosen strategy, which was reflected in this increase in the number of brands.”
The sector achieved 185 billion Brazilian reals, a growth of 10.7% compared to 2020.
According to the association, the improvement occurred amid the lifting of restrictive social distancing measures. In addition to the gradual resumption of consumer habits.
Watch the largest franchise networks in the country:
|the first||the botanical||3652|
|The second||Cocoa Show||2827|
|the fourth||Gazin Semigoyas||2083|
|VI||pit stop school||1880|
|ninth||Insurance – Bolsa de Seguros||1682|
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