We love to work in all sectors of the food service industry, whether it be pizza, steak, Chinese dumplings or Korean barbecue.
It is hard to believe but raw fish is now a mainstream food in most global cities today. Sushi counters have popped up in most large supermarkets in America usually operated by Koreans or Vietnamese immigrants. Conveyer belt sushi is extremely popular in London, Seoul, Hong Kong and Singapore. Even Pret A Manger offers take-away […]
I came across a recent post on bloomberg.com about a new economic lift-off for Vietnam. Vietnam was a fast growing economy for many years but economic mismanagement by the government reduced the growth rate to the 5-6% level recently and led to a loss in consumer and investor confidence. Foreign investment is pouring in again […]
We provide full market entry support in China and key Asia Pacific markets, specifically to companies in the hospitality and franchising industry. We will do everything from Business Plan development to opening the doors of company-owned restaurants as well as introducing strategic partners. Offices in Hong Kong, Sydney, Ho Chi Minh City, Shanghai, Seoul, Tokyo, Mumbai and Los Angeles.
We will perform strategic audits of existing market positions and recommend corrective strategies and action plans, such as developing a new or revised strategic business plan, evaluating supply chain inefficiencies, recommending new strategic partners and making refinements to existing concepts already operating in the market.
I had the privilege to attend the first MAPIC Food & Beverage Conference last month in Milan, Italy. For those who are unfamiliar, MAPIC is a global international retail real estate conference organizer, managed by Reed MIDEM. There are MAPIC conferences all over the world but the biggest event is in Cannes, France in November each year. Historically, the majority of exhibitors have been property investor/developers and lifestyle retailers. The key purpose of these events is to facilitate retail real estate development.Read More »