Starbucks Opens Second Store in El Salvador

Located in Lifestyle Center La Gran Via, it’s the second chain store opening in less than a month.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

The first store, which marked the company's start of operations in Central America, is located in Santa Elena, Antiguo Cuscatlan.

"With the opening of this second store in the region we are confirming our commitment to expand our role in the inheritance of the coffee culture that is so present here, give consumers the chance to experience Starbucks," told Laprensagrafica.com Mauricio Granada, general manager of the Pan American Coffee Corporation.

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Not only fast food franchises are growing, but also hospitality ones.

For example, during the first six months of 2013, seven Friday's restaurants, established in the country and run by the local group UNESA, recorded revenues of $9 million. Although some of these facilities reported low sales, the company says it is due to the stabilization of consumers, the time of year and other factors.

Franchises Expanding in Panama

February 2012

Franchise operations in the country are planning new openings for this year, 2012, driven by economic growth.

Such is the case of Wing Zone Panama which has three restaurants in the country, and plans this year to open five new branches, said Adalberto Ferrer managing partner of the chain.

New Starbucks Openings in the Region

October 2010

The U.S. coffee chain launched a campaign to for its new stores in Central America.

On November 4th, a press conference is scheduled in which they will announce their new openings.

Prensa Libre published on its website, "On the 16th of August, the chain announced in San Salvador that its first coffee shop will open in late 2010, with the help of Corporación de Franquicias Americanas.”

Starbucks Announces Plans to Open in Central America

August 2010

The chain's first coffee shop will open toward the end of next year in the Salvadoran capital.

Starbucks Coffee Company and Corporación de Franquicias Americanas (CFA), one of Central America's largest franchise operators, have entered into a 'a strategic area development agreement' to open licensed Starbucks stores across the region.

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