Topics: Malaysia, Alor Setar, Mahathir bin Mohamad Pages: 2 (386 words) Published: August 22, 2013

ARKIB : 27/10/2012
Rancang buka 1,000 gerai Oblong Burger

Mukhriz Tun Mahathir dibantu oleh menyediakan buger Oblong sambil diperhatikan oleh Redza Rafiq Abdul Razak (dua dari kanan) dan Pengurus Besar Menara Alor Setar, Hariyati Tahir (kanan) di Alor Setar, kelmarin. ALOR SETAR 26 October - Trading appetite. Limited. (STSB) is planning to make an investment of RM14 million to expand the Partnership program development targets Oblong Burger with more than 1,000 booths and 100 kiosks in five years. These targets are based on the cooperation between the company had with the Northern Corridor Implementation Authority (NCIA) through franchise partners and Oblong Burger. These efforts will thus generate a monthly income of RM3, 000 for hawkers and RM5, 000 for the kiosk. STSB Managing Director, Zunita Nordin told, through the partnership program of entrepreneurship opportunities now wide open to Malaysians, especially among youth and women. "I hope that people should not miss this opportunity to join us as a franchise. "Come to us with a capital of just RM500 as a deposit, we will help them to do business and make a profit of up to RM5, 000 a month," he told reporters after launching ceremony Oblong Burger kiosk in Alor Setar Tower near here yesterday. The event was officiated by Deputy Minister of International Trade and Industry Minister Datuk Mukhriz Tun Mahathir and also attended NCIA chief executive Datuk Redza Rafiq Abdul Razak. Today's opening of the kiosk to be another landmark procured business as it is the location of the country's tourism. The company, which was established eight years ago opened its first kiosk at the Sultan Abdul Halim Airport and the company had a family product received is Sempoi Oblong, Sempoi O-boolat Burger and Kebab. According Zunita again, when these plants operating in Kubang Pasu Napoh able to increase output to 15 tons a day and providing 50 opportunities to local residents. "In addition, there were 119...
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