Bernama:

Oldtown White Coffee will open its first outlet in Indonesia early next year, said its trade name and trademark owner, Kopitiam Asia Pacific Sdn Bhd Chief Operating Officer Clarence Leon D’Silva.

“We are looking at expanding into the region as there are more enquiries for our white coffee. We currently have nine outlets in Singapore,” he said.

Kopitiam also planned to open up to 30 outlets locally per year, he told reporters after launching the company’s “Try Everything & Win” competition, here Monday.

As Malaysia’s largest white coffee chain, Oldtown White Coffee has 165 outlets throughout the country.

 

Originally posted by Cris Zimermann on October 19, 2010 in Franchise Site.

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