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Three Things that Will Help you Stay Ahead in Asia's Food Business

Over the years, the region has become an attractive market for international food and beverage ventures
Features Editor, Entrepreneur Asia Pacific
1 min read
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Southeast Asia’s growing middle class and developing markets have made the region more attractive to food and beverage brands from across the world. From Subway, McDonald’s to IHOP, major names have entered the region and are thriving.  

Doner and Gyros, launched in 2014, is another such brand. After entering North America, Canada and Los Angeles, it now plans to establish itself in India and other Southeast countries.

We spoke to Nabi Naseeb, chief executive officer at Doner and Gyros, at the Franchise India Expo 2018 to know what things should be kept in mind to stay ahead in the food business in Asia.

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