America’s Habit Burger Grill is eyeing South Korea expansion in partnership with consulting firm Bridging Culture Worldwide.
“South Korea, with its savvy consumers, open-minded culture and interest in global brands is an ideal marketplace for The Habit Burger Grill’s expansion,” said John Phillips, chief global business partnership officer at the company.
He said Habit Burger Grill wants to attract multi-unit franchise partners and ensure mutual success for both parties.
With the partnership, Bridging Culture Worldwide will support The Habit Burger chain with its international expansion plans in Asia-Pacific region.
Founder and CEO of Bridging Culture Worldwide, Don Southerton, said: “South Korea has embraced premium western brands and The Habit Burger Grill delivers exactly what consumers are seeking – great food and excellent service. With its distinctive fresh-off-the-grill Charburger and hand-crafted sandwiches, fresh salads and other menu items, we know South Koreans will appreciate all that The Habit Burger Grill has to offer,”.
Bridging Culture Worldwide is a business consultancy providing strategic planning and market entry service to Korea-based global businesses as well as support for western firms entering Korea.