Franchising is one opportunity in the Question Mark. Reasons being that the population in that city is more likely to visit a Japanese restaurant than that in any other city of India, based on research studies done on the market.
Introduction of Sakae Sushi Membership Card and promotions will entice customers to make frequent visits. To deliver safe ingredients, restaurants select suppliers who satisfy their requirements.
Supplier Power is low. Its mission and core values can be found in Appendix A. Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries. However, having an Indian partner is essential due to the red-tape that plagues the country. Sakae Sushi, for one has not obtained the Halal certification to enter the Halal market.
Take-away and delivery service are in the Star Category which can be nurtured to be Cash Cow. However, the brand entered with a business strategy totally different from what it traditionally has been all over Asia. Zensen Sushi Express launched its outlet in Singapore in from Taiwan and aggressively expands, so it could be a threat of Sakae Sushi in Singaporean sushi market.
Apart from these, they can look into possible franchising opportunities locally or overseas, offering of sushi in supermarkets or petrol kiosks and entering the Halal market to increase their market share. Cultural nuances also play a huge factor.
Price range is similar among all the player, however Zensen Sushi Express serves the cheapest price and implements the strong price promotion. Key issues of how they are going to maintain as market leader through the use of new marketing strategies to create brand awareness and increase brand equity will be discussed in this report.
FAO Food balance sheet. Especially for the sushi industry, seafood consumption is one of the key economic key indicators because it can measure how familiar sushi becomes to people.
Competitive Landscape The diagram shows how the market is segmented and how each shop positions. Despite this, with its wide varieties of products, marketing efforts with banks, delivery service provided incorporation of advanced technology and high involvement of staff training, Sakae Sushi has built upon itself a strong brand name.
Entry barriers are high due to the bureaucracy and also due to lack of supply of necessary ingredients. Collaboration with IT companies and polytechnics can help to reduce operation costs.Sakae Sushi, for one has not obtained the Halal certification to enter the Halal market. Despite this, with its wide varieties of products, marketing efforts with banks, delivery service provided incorporation of advanced technology and high involvement of staff training, Sakae Sushi has built upon itself a strong brand name.
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Executive Summary Sakae Sushi is a local Japanese restaurant which offers affordable, good quality and healthy Japanese food.
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reviews of Sakae Sushi "Amazing bento sushi place! You won't find salmon or tuna here, it's a place that serves basic bento sushi that are fresh, well seasoned and traditional.
There is a little Japanese market in South San Gabriel that does this type of sushi well.
I wanted to compare how Sakae Sushi stacked up in comparison. Well, I /5().
Background. Singapore Market and Sakae Sushi. However, some food shops target at a niche market, so the main competitors in the similar positioning could be a little. New Entrants is middle to high. The entry barrier is not so high because sushi is already familiar to people in Singapore, but the strict regulations and the mature stage of.
Sakae Sushi Target Market According to the CEO of Sakae Holding Ltd., Douglas Foo, and also its Assistant Vice-President of Marketing and Communication, Joyce Lee, the company has adopted a mass-market strategy as its marketing strategy in order for the brand to attract a large amount of customers as possible.Download