Indonesian Franchise Association. (Asosiasi Franchise Indonesia AFI). Start to read the Tips to Do Business in Indonesia guide for professionals. And get information about Jobs in Indonesia and employment news. Local Indonesian food chains are maintaining a positive outlook for their businesses amid the plans of a handful of food franchises from neighboring countries to cash in on the Indonesian market ahead of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC), which is slated to begin at the end of this year. Please also come to visit our popular Franchise Opportunities in Indonesia Blog Site with Videos, where you can Find, Offer or Search for more Franchise Information and Business Opportunities in Indonesia.
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Indonesian food chains Kebab Baba Rafi, Es Teler 77 and Amazy are among local food franchisors that are giving positive signals for foreign franchises to enter the country, saying that competition was normal and that the open market would also help them to expand overseas. The AEC will boost the free movement of people, goods and services among ASEAN member countries. Kebab Baba Rafi, which offers Indonesian-style Turkish kebabs, has been rapidly growing and it claimed to have an 88 percent kebab market share in the country in 2013. Baba Rafi outlets had reached 1,200, 70 percent of which were franchises. Kebab Baba Rafi has 33 outlets in Malaysia and 20 outlets in the Philippines. It plans to expand further to Singapore, Brunei Darussalam and the Netherlands this year.
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Es Teler 77, named after its flagship tropical fruit drink, plans to expand its business to New Delhi, India, and Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. The brand is aiming to develop its business in its existing markets, Singapore, Malaysia and Australia, as well as Indonesia. Amazy. Opening its first outlet in Indonesia in 2007, medium-scale local fried chicken franchise Amazy recently opened an outlet in Malaysia in January this year. It aims to have 100 outlets by 2022 in that country. Indonesian Food and Beverage Association (Gapmmi) chairman Adhi S. Lukman said the inflow of foreign franchises would likely affect the country’s food industry as the companies — both local and foreign — would grab the same market. “However, what’s important is how our local companies keep innovating so that their products are still favorites domestically,” he said.
Indonesia Franchise Association was formed in 1991 as Asosiasi Franchise Indonesia (AFI). Their stated website franchiseindonesia.org seems to just a lot of standard advertising, so maybe they forgot to renew their domain name or it is just our site who can read the Indonesian language? Anyway, this association needs also to learn a little bit more about Social Media Marketing, so it is easier to find information about them in English online. The screenshot on the right is found using “Wayback Machine” and is 2 years old.
Asosiasi Franchise Indonesia (AFI)
Jl. Darmawangsa X Bl A/19
Melawai Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan DKI
Phone: +62 21 7395577 – Email: email@example.com