Korean kitchens have three things in common: expensive, halal or no kosher, and it feels weird. That’s what Albert aware Sentosa, graduate postgraduate marketing programs in one of the major universities in Australia. As a result, on his return from studying in the land of kangaroos in 2010, he set up a Korean restaurant called SAMWON. “Culinary Korea was synonymous with expensive, not kosher, keep it feels weird. This we want to cut one by one, “said Albert, who claimed to Korean and Japanese food lovers this, met Jakarta Convention Center, Jakarta, Saturday on 13th Sep, 2014.
As majority of the Indonesian market does not use pork, SAMWON committed to sell Korean cuisine without this haram ingredient. So that it’s also not strange, Albert has combined spices imported directly from Korea, to fit the Indonesian culture. Pioneered beginning of this effort, Albert spent not less than USD 1.5 billion. Currently, SAMWON has nine outlets: SAMWON House which consists of shaped and SAMWON Express restaurant style food court . Of the nine total outlets owned, four of which are owned by the partners. In the near future, there are three more partners ready to join SAMWON. Yes, since last year SAMWON has opened opportunities for those who want to entrepreneurship through partnership.
To be able to become a partner SAMWON, simply immerse your investment of around USD 350 million for the foodcourt or SAMWON Express, to $ 750 million for a restaurant or SAMWON House. Marketing Manager of SAMWON House, Nurmala Dewi said, for SAMWON Express only, franchisees can get turnover, or break-even point (BEP) in approximately from 8 to 18 months. By assumption, the average turnover per day has reached US$ 5 million and is increasing at a giant rate, making SAMWON a Giant Income Magnet.
Originally published on bisniskeuangan.kompas.com