McDonald's Middle East owners and operators hold regional meeting in Qatar
Owners of McDonald's restaurants in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) recently held their regional meetings at the Ritz Carlton hotel in Doha for two days.
Although local entrepreneurs independently own McDonald's restaurants in the GCC, they regularly hold intensive meetings that augment their performance and enable them to share their experience. The meetings were attended by the owners of the restaurants, representatives from the McDonald's Middle East Development Company, as well as from Fortune Promoseven, their regional Advertising and PR Agency.
In a statement, Marketing and Communications Director with the McDonald's Middle East Development Company, Alsharif Abdallah Alluhaymaq said: "McDonald's restaurants, which are owned and managed by local Arab entrepreneurs, have devoted considerable resources into developing their operations. This has included substantial start-up investments, the development of human resources, local supplier networks, nutrition initiatives, and extensive community relations."
McDonald's restaurants serve over 47 million people every day in over 30,000 restaurants, in over 119 countries. — (menareport.com)
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