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CP celebrates its 100th CP Five Star branch

A CP Five Star franachisee hands tasty chicken snacks to a team member during the opening celebrations of the 100th branch.
A CP Five Star franachisee hands tasty chicken snacks to a team member during the opening celebrations of the 100th branch.

CP celebrates its 100th CP Five Star branch

“Success can be grown everywhere.”

“Safe food, good taste.”


“It’s more than just fried chicken.”

On Saturday, 7 May, CP Cambodia Co. Ltd. marked a joyous and sumptuous celebration for the opening of its 100th CP Five Star branch at CP Five Star Pochentong in front of the international airport, in the presence of CP’s management team and customers.

After CP made the re-branding from CP Kiosk to CP Five Star, the company and its franchises have been receiving noticeably positive responses in Cambodia. daily sell-outs of fried chickens and sausages speak for the company’s success.

CP Five Star sells more than just fried chicken, but what is more important is the joy and laughter, and delightful moments we share while eating delicious and affordable snacks from CP Five Star. It is because of these that CP Five Star has branched out to 24 – and counting – provinces and cities around the country.

CP’s business strategy for the last seven years has only been focused on producing tasty and nutritious processed food such as hot dogs, sausages, and pâtés amongst many other products, and distributing them to various supermarkets and shops. today, the company has reinvented itself to inculcate more modern mechanisms of higher global standards, thus the transformation to CP Five Star.

In addition, CP has also helped in expanding employment opportunities for the Cambodian people, and continues to do with its franchise plans for the more business-oriented.

“CP Five Star gives the opportunity for Cambodians to have their own business and be their own boss,” said Kittisak Rungruang, general manager of CP Five Star.

“Are you ready to be your own boss with CP Five Star?”

This business can be established easily with a relatively low capital, yet yield high profits, and is suitable for those who are looking to become entrepreneurs. the franchise owners will receive official training from the company. CP will also send a dedicated team to the franchisees to facilitate smooth business operations by imparting CP’s global standards and technical knowledge vital in making the CP franchise succeed.

One of CP Five Star’s many franchise owners, Ley da, said: “After franchising CP Five Star, my livelihood has been better, and I’ve earned more profits for my family. I am very proud to have my own business.”

Be a CP Five Star Franchisee and make your own success story. you can be part of our ever-growing circle of successful CP businesspeople.


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