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Secrets of a $1.4-Billion Chinese Fast Food Enterprise

This ABC News video reveals the secret ingredients of turning Panda Express into a fast food enterprise that had $1.4 billion in sales in 2010 and sells 65 million pounds of sesame chicken a year. They are:

Healthy Life Style
Continuous Learning
Developing Others
Acknowledging Others

It is true. Healthy employees are more productive. Providing supports for continuous education allows people to grow and succeed. It is also important for organizations to develop future leaders and acknowledge employees’ contributions. According to the co-CEO of Panda Express Andrew Cherng, the restaurant chain is not in the business of selling food; its purpose is more about developing people. It seems to me that Panda Express is just another example of why hospitality companies and entrepreneurs need to take good care of their biggest asset --- people. Are you in a “people’s” business? What do you learn from today’s discussion?


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The picture was downloaded from the web page of Wok Smart @ Panda Express

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  1. yes I am completely with you that Healthy employees are more productive..
    I really enjoyed to reading about
    Healthy Life Style
    Continuous Learning
    Developing Others
    Acknowledging Others.It looks like a very interesting website ..Waiting for next update.ABC Express Chinese

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  2. There is an increasing need of on demand food delivery app development for eatery mobile application advancement. Using mobile application innovation can help restaurant proprietors cement their quality in the market. At the same time, it can help them advance their image on the web. These apps are useful in enhancing client satisfaction. Restaurant mobile apps help in sales expansion and lessening hold up time. One of the primary features of such apps is the capability for booking. There are a few mobile applications that interface clients with the nearest eateries.

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