Global expansion is definitely part of an entrepreneur’s vision for the business.
After all, making your products and services available to the international market would mean more opportunities, and at the same time, you’ll be able to bring a piece of the Philippines beyond our seas.
Indeed, it’s very honoring to be able to serve Filipinos and other nationalities from outside the country.
Many homegrown brands have started making their way to the global scene, launching branches and franchises in different countries,several of which come from food businesses home to snacks and comfort food that have been well-received in their homeland.
Sometimes it’s no surprise to see one when you travel abroad!
Check out some of them here:
Yes, those fries your friends always crave for. If you think that you’ll find these only in the Philippines, well, you’re wrong.
According to Potato Corner’s official site, they currently have stores, too, in Indonesia, Thailand, Cambodia, Hong Kong, Australia, Panama, and the USA.
The famous burger and burrito joint has started tapping into the international market just last year with hopes of conquering Southeast Asia, yet the future looks so bright for this Filipino venture.
ArmyNavy kickstarted their global journey on June 2016 upon the opening of their first overseas branch in Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia, and according to their master franchisee K Dragon Management Sdn Bhd, more stores are expected to pop up in the country in the next few years.
Adobo is definitely one of the well-known food associated with the Philippines, and for sure you know at least one person who names this dish as his/her favorite.
Adobo Connection bridges the Filipino flavors of adobo and the world through their overseas stores located in Kuwait, and Singapore.
A Filipino restaurant serving authentic Filipino cuisine, Binalot, whose name is also derived from the local way of wrapping meals in banana leaves, is gearing to share our country’s flavors to more and more foodies.
Binalot currently has two international branches, one located in Dubai, UAE, and one in Abu Dhabi.
A staple food during the Christmas season, your Paskong Pinoy would probably be not complete without some warm bibingka.
If you catch yourself craving for it while spending the holidays abroad, Bibingkinitan’s got stores in Dubai, and is looking to reach more countries, according to a 2016 report by the Malaya Business Insight.