Mr Bean: From Chinatown stall to latest overseas venture in Vietnam

Mr Bean founder and CEO Loh Jwee Poh said he plans to open 200 Mr Bean stores in Vietnam within the next 10 years, as part of a franchise agreement with EGroup.
Mr Bean founder and CEO Loh Jwee Poh said he plans to open 200 Mr Bean stores in Vietnam within the next 10 years, as part of a franchise agreement with EGroup.ST PHOTO: DESMOND WEE
Staff welcoming customers at the official opening of the Mr Bean outlet in Vietnam.
Staff welcoming customers at the official opening of the Mr Bean outlet in Vietnam. PHOTO: SUPER BEAN INTERNATIONAL
Customers at the official opening of the Mr Bean outlet in Vietnam.
Customers at the official opening of the Mr Bean outlet in Vietnam.PHOTO: SUPER BEAN INTERNATIONAL

SINGAPORE - Home-grown company Mr Bean has ventured out of Singapore with an equal number of hits and misses under its belt.

Founder and chief executive Loh Jwee Poh is hoping that his latest foray into Vietnam will boost the number of successful ventures he has embarked on. The score stands at three hits and three misses, including Singapore.

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