Yogurtland Indonesia unveils new stores in November
Four stores will be open by month’s end
Yogurtland announced it will open four new stores in Indonesia during November. The milestone comes courtesy of a multi-location agreement with its Indonesia partners signed in June. Franseda Natalio, William Siawira and Erwin Sujono of Yogurtland Indonesia Global Mandir will open these stores and 11 more. The next three years will see tremendous growth for the brand.
The first Yogurtland Indonesia Global Mandir location opened November 9 at Lippo Mall Puri. Meanwhile, another store opened the next day at the Central Park Mall in Indonesia’s capital of Jakarta.
Also, there are two more high-profile stores opening during November. Summarecon Mall Bekasi and Kota Kasablanka Mall will soon debut.
“The Yogurtland family is excited to welcome, Frans, William and Erwin,” said Phillip Chang, founder and chief executive of Yogurtland. “Their combined experience and track record of excellence will ensure guests in Indonesia will enjoy a wonderful Yogurtland experience.”
What’s more, according to Yogurtland, there are over 270 million people and 173 shopping centers in the country. Thus, there is tremendous opportunity for growth through this partnership.
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