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The Future of Convenience Stores: Aggressively Pursuing Eat-In Business by Adding Fast Food and Seating Areas.
As the market for ready-to-eat food increases year by year, it is important to note that one major difference between convenience stores and restaurants is the presence of seats and eating areas. As a result, an intense competition has developed between stores selling ready-to-eat food and restaurants. Ready-to-eat food is mostly sold at convenience stores, supermarkets and department stores.
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The demand for cafes and coffee shops in Japan continues to grow with similar growth patterns found here in Singapore, for both self-service and full-service stores. The key phrase for driving this ever-expanding growth can be further evaluated as “Value Add Preposition”.
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Who should participate : Directors and Senior Management