Along the Giant’s Footprints: Bama China

When McDonald’s entered Chinese market in 1989, Bama Company, a key supplier of McDonald’s deserts, followed to explore this potential high-volume bakery goods kingdom in Asia. Having been influenced by western culture since the economic reform in the 1980s, Chinese people, especially the young generation, love to enrich their daily diet with western food. Along with American fast food booming in China, bakery products, such as cakes, cookies, and other deserts are also well accepted by consumers. This case introduces how Bama grows its international market by following its giant client. While maintaining its long term partnership with McDonald’s, Bama also develops other clients in the fast food chain in this unfamiliar yet exciting world. Bama China further seeks more expansion and explores larger growth in the Asian-Pacific region to develop bakery markets. This case study discusses several options for the future of Bama China.


Issue Date:
2016-07
Publication Type:
Conference Paper/ Presentation
PURL Identifier:
http://purl.umn.edu/252707
Total Pages:
41




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