By: Manila Standard
Despite the continuous difficulties posed by the health crisis McDonald’s was able to end 2020 with a 655-store base and the opening of 16 new stores, including the largest one in the country in Capital Town, Pampanga. It is also set to open at least 30 new stores this year.
“As we open new stores during these trying times, we are able to generate much needed job opportunities for more Filipinos and demonstrate our outlook of economic recovery in the near future,” said President & CEO Kenneth Yang.
McDonald’s was able to leverage its business fundamentals with its safe operating culture and strong brand and community involvement, reinforcing its support to its people (employees and customers) and fortifying its strategic investments prior to 2020 to accelerate business segments like McDelivery and Drive Thru.
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