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CP Fresh Shop offers franchises to young enterprising Cambodians

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CP Fresh Shop franchise offers an exciting opportunity for young Cambodian entrepreneurs to kick-start their own retail business. SUPPLIED

CP Fresh Shop offers franchises to young enterprising Cambodians

CP Fresh Shop – a fresh meat specialty store – is inviting Cambodians who are interested in venturing into their own business under the company’s franchise model.

CP Fresh Shop, which is part of CP Cambodia, offers an array of support from designing the shop, marketing consultation as well as training in meat carving to those who are interested in taking up the franchise. Even inexperienced individuals but interested in charting a career in the food business are welcome to become a partner with CP Fresh Shop.

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Chatthonrawat Phokhinworachot. SUPPLIED

The small-size shop offers fresh meat, pork, chicken, among others, under the CP brand.

CP Fresh Shop general manager Chatthonrawat Phokhinworachot said that “CP has now expanded to five branches in Phnom Penh and also some provinces in Cambodia, with the main objective of providing fresh meat with high-quality, high hygiene standards, affordable prices and offering franchise business opportunities to those interested in establishing their own business”.

CP Cambodia is immensely focused on expanding the business to grow and fulfill the needs of the local market where demand for fresh meat is on the rise.

CP Cambodia is part of the reputable Thailand-based CPF that is well known for operating agro-industrial and food businesses as well as being recognised as the “Kitchen of the World” in many countries.

The conglomerate business focuses on feed, farm and food, sustainable business and the distribution of products both wholesale and retail. All CPF products are produced under high standards of quality control, safety and environmental friendliness while covering a wide range of sectors.

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CP Fresh Shop business partner Chhun Sareth at Kampong Thom province. SUPPLIED

One of CPF’s major businesses CP Fresh Shop expanded into Cambodia in 2020 to support the market demand for fresh food and has been receiving tremendous customers’ support nationwide.

CP Fresh Shop at Kampong Thom province business partner Chhun Sareth said he has chosen CP Fresh Shop because of its reputation in Cambodia.

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“The slogan ‘spend less capital, generate high revenue’ was a driving point for my selection along with the additional support provided to each franchise business owner is attractive and encouraging,” he said.

CP Cambodia is vigilant when supplying fresh meat products such as pork, chicken, eggs, meatballs and many others. All products are delivered to CP Fresh Shop from a standard farm adhering to the highest level of operating procedures.

CP Cambodia’s plans to expand its CP Fresh Shop in the Kingdom to ensure every citizen has quick access to fresh farm products.

Terms to be CP Fresh Shop owner:

• Age not more than 60 years old
• Khmer nationality
• Qualified to invest
• Enjoy sales and has good communication skills
• Friendly and health conscious
• Strictly comply with company’s regulations
• No civil lawsuits

Why choose CP Fresh Shop?

• Small investment
• High quality and hygiene products
• Technical and marketing support from the company
• Opportunity to establish your own business
• No experience required

Benefits for franchisee

• Provide shop and equipment repair services
• Product quality inspector
• Provide transportation services
• Marketing communication strategies
• Provides high quality and standard products

For more information contact 010 777 311
www.cpcambodia.net or scan QR Code.

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