| Fast Food Groups - World
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EN LIGNE LE 01/10/2015 | 103 pages1200€ HT
EN LIGNE LE 21/09/2015 | 376 pages1600€ HT
EN LIGNE LE 03/07/2015 | 215 pages2400€ HT
1. Market Fundamentals
1.1. Market Overview
1.2. The Industry
2. Market Environment and Prospects
2.1. Market Environment
2.4. Regional Markets
3. Corporate Strategies and Competition
3.1. Competitive Forces
3.2. Structure of Competition
3.3. Business Strategies
4. Case Studies
5. Company Profiles
5.3. Yum! Brands
5.5. Restaurant Brands International
5.6. Dunkin' Brands
5.7. Kuwait Food Company – Americana Group
5.8. Jollibee Foods
5.9. Buffalo Wild Wings
5.10. Domino's Pizza
5.12. Yoshinoya Holdings
5.14. Mos Food Services
6. Statistical Appendix
EXCLUSIVE EXTRACTS FROM THIS 189-PAGE-LONG REPORT:
- WHAT IS THE BUSINESS?
Fast food companies (including coffeehouse chains, bakery chains and other concepts) handle three main operations: supply chain management, operation, development and management of company-owned and franchised system units as well as brand management. Standard ingredients and food preparation processes, as well as minimal table service enable quick-service restaurant chains to provide rapid food service at competitive prices. […]
- WHO ARE THE KEY PLAYERS?
The quick-service restaurant industry is fragmented: the 7 largest chains –McDonald's, Yum! Brands, Restaurant Brands International, Subway, Wendy's, Dunkin Brands and Domino's Pizza- make up 17% of total industry value. [...]
Companies analysed in the report include: McDonald's, Starbucks, Yum! Brands , Autogrill, Chipotle, Kuwait Food – Americana, Jollibee Foods, Wendy's , Domino's Pizza, Alsea, Yoshinoya Holdings, Papa John's International, Quick, Restaurant Brands International, Dunkin' Brands and Mos Burger Group.
- HOW INTENSE IS COMPETITION?
The degree of rivalry in the industry has been on an upward slope as global fast food chains compete with each other to encompass a higher share of consumers' wallets. Fast food chains also compete with regional/local chains, as well as independent operators, which tend to encompass the bulk of sales value in emerging markets. Additionally, competition is heating up due to mass-market retailers' incursion into foodservice. In Japan, for example, Seven & I Holdings convenience stores account for the greatest slice of the QSR limelight, far superior to that of McDonald's, which comes in third. [...]
- WHAT ARE THE MAIN MARKETS?
China, Brazil and India are leading quick-service restaurant (QSR) markets. However, while emerging markets are among top QSR markets by value, they account for little in terms of QSR spend per head. For instance, annual QSR spend in India amounted to just €26 per capita, compared to €674 in Japan or similar levels in the US. As emerging markets continue to witness rising incomes and changing lifestyles, expansion in these markets is crucial for QSR chains' future growth. [...]
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