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2017 Overseas Workshop on Franchise and Startups to Promote Taiwan Delicacies
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2017/12/14
Participants in the 2017 Overseas Workshop on Franchise and Startups to Promote Taiwan Delicacies hearing a compatriot affairs briefing.
Welcoming lunch for the 2017 Overseas Workshop on Franchise and Startups to Promote Taiwan Delicacies
Nov. 13 lecture - Chain and Franchise Brand Competition and Strategy.

The 2017 Overseas Workshop on Franchise and Startups to Promote Taiwan Delicacies was held by the Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC) November 13-17. Overseas Taiwanese business people with an interest in starting a business or expanding their business and understanding the current food service chain and franchise industry situation in Taiwan were invited to attend. The aim was to increase participants' professional knowledge of Taiwan's food service industry to expand domestic and overseas chain and franchise business opportunities and also provide matching opportunities to help outstanding Taiwan food service companies expand overseas.

The Workshop featured three lectures, namely Chain and Franchise Brand Competition and Strategy, Analysis of International Chains and International Chain and Franchise Development and Trends, and participants also visited six companies: Mr. Onion, DaChan Greatwall Group, Dante Coffee, WOW PRIME, La Kaffa International CO., Ltd, and Ding Xian 101; a business opportunity matching event was also held to which 20 excellent Taiwan food franchise industry business were invited to attended. Workshop participants also attended the Winter Chain Store Show 2017 to provide an opportunity for business opportunity exchange with related domestic companies. Workshop attendees all said they learned a lot from this activity and what they learned would be of great help in developing their businesses overseas. Initial estimates are that the amount that participants are willing to invest is NT$180 million with the subjects of investment including Taiwan distinctive ices, food raw materials, and Taiwanese food and restaurant chains. 
 

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