Mexican Doughnut Franchise Will Come to Central America

Beleki is making preparations to bring the franchise to the region; Guatemala and Panama are sites of greatest advancements.

Monday, July 6, 2009

As a first step, the Mexican business is registering the brand in order to be used later. Beleki already has letters of intents signed by investors in Guatemala and Panama.

The Mexican chain is also developing its plan for expanding into the United States. The article by Bernardo Mendoza Ruíz, for Eluniversal.com.mx, interviews the general director of the brand, Julio Díaz: “We are already looking for stores in Los Angeles, California, San Diego and Texas,” said Díaz. “The initial investment of $200,000 will be taken out of the company to install a prototype store which will assure us of the feasibility of the business in that country.”

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February 2012

The GAP clothing chain will open its first store in Panama in late February.

This opening in the new phase of Albrook Mall, marks the start of expansion into Central America and the Caribbean.

The company plans to open two more stores this year in Panama, one in Metromall and one in Multiplaza.

Grupo Monge Invests $45 Million in Regional Expansion

March 2010

The home appliances chain will open new stores in Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua.

Company president Gastón Monge commented they plan to open 40 new stores in Guatemala using the “Gallo más Gallo” brand.

“In Honduras, Grupo M will invest $15 million in 20 new stores”, reported Nacion.com. “5 stores are planned for Nicaragua, which will cost between $2.5 and $5 million”.

Almacenes Simán Expands to Costa rica

July 2009

The first Costa Rican store of the salvadoran group will open in November 2009, hiring over 300 employees.

In an interview with Nacion.com, Ricardo Simán, president of "Tiendas Simán", speaks about the new store they will open in the fifth stage of Grupo Roble's Multiplaza Escazú, in November of this year.

Costa Rica's Dos Pinos aims to expand in Guatemala

July 2008

Costa Rica's top maker of dairy products, the Dos Pinos Cooperative, aims to expand its presence in Guatemala.

Dos Pinos already has US$12.5 million of investment in Guatemala, where it sells 80,000 liters of milk a day, but it aims to boost its presence by reaching accords with local companies, said Dos Pinos manager Jorge Pattoni.

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