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Mo'men Launches Franchises in EUA.
Transcript of Mo'men Launches Franchises in EUA.
Mo´men= "believer", faithfull.
Fast food restaurant chain based in Cairo, Egypt.
Founder s: Mo´men brothers.
Opened its first restaurant in 1988.
62 restaurants nowadays internationally.
9 million customers in Egypt 15% market share in fast food market.
Global Market Entry Strategies.
Started expanding internationally after rebranding in 2008
Historical to Trendy
Investment: Joint Venture
Mo'men Launches Franchises in UAE.
High-quality food and quick service at a competitive price
Specializes in sandwiches
Bread is the most important in Egyptian meals
Islamic identity: Halal and No pork
A franchise is a contract between a parent company, the franchiser, and a franshisee that allows the franchisee to operate a business developed by the franchiser in return for a fee and adherence to franchise'wide policies and practices.
It is an entry strategy for a single target country in which the partners share ownership of a newly created business entity.
Learn about the new market environment
Combining the strengths.
share rewards as well as risks
potential for conflict between partners. (cultural differences)
discussion of licensing (the partner can envolve into a stronger competitor.)
Entered a long-term $21 million joint venture with Al Islami Group of the UAE to market.
Al Islami Group---Leading halal food producer in the Middle East
First franchised outlet opened in Sharjah
Goal: to open a total of 20 across the UAE
freedom of religion guaranteed by the constitution while Islam is the state religion.
Do you think that Mo´men Group´s franchising strategy is the best way to expand internationally?
Is having a rice menu in Mo´men Malaysia restaurants a good decision?
In the long run, who is more likely to garner the most market share in Malaysia -- Local restaurants, or will Mo´men be able to succeed and build a powerful brand?