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Old October 29th, 2011, 07:44 AM   #41
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Old November 11th, 2011, 01:33 PM   #43
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3rd Brown Coffee at Boeung Keng Kang

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Coffee Beans and Tea Leaf is looking to open its second location at Boeung Keng Kang, scheduled to open next year
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Old December 24th, 2011, 04:50 AM   #46
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Phnom Penh’s new cafe culture

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With new establishments popping up all over Phnom Penh, 2011 may have been the year of the café in the capital.

The Boeung Keng Kang I neighbourhood alone saw the opening of NOM, new Brown and Singapore-based Spinellis branches and Bread is Ready Coffee is Done, to name a few.

BRCD has since closed, but its owner is remodeling and hoping to reopen under a new concept and name, Namu, in January.

Demand is driving these openings, insiders say, despite what seems like an already-overcrowded market. And that demand is growing, they say, more among middle-class Cambodians than the city’s expatriate community.

“Expats drink coffee to begin with. That doesn’t change. What is increasing is the quantity of Cambodians who come to find a place to hang out, especially students,” Hok Kang, a managing partner at Brown Coffee and Bakery, said.

Brown opened its first branch in 2009, its second branch a year later, and the third branch, on Street 57, this past July.

On a recent Sunday afternoon, the Brown on Street 57 was packed, the majority of tables taken up by young locals chatting and tapping away on laptops and smartphones.

Lynn Hong, a 22-year-old student with a penchant for iced mocha lattes, came to Brown with a group of friends to escape the heat.

“Before, we didn’t have a place to go,” she said.

Until they discovered cafés this past year, their only hang-out options were supermarkets or karaoke bars.

“The young generation enjoys a better lifestyle,” said Sophea Rith, a 30-year-old who works at a small business and was at Brown to meet with a colleague. “They come because their friends come, so they learn about the new lifestyle.”

It’s a new lifestyle from which entrepreneurs are eager to reap profits.

“This year consumption in Cambodia is drastically booming. This is good for the coffee business,” said Sean C Kang, president of Coffee Bean Cambodia, a franchise of Los Angeles, California-based Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, which opened its first Cambodian shop in Phnom Penh Tower earlier this month.

Kang, a South Korean national, said that when looking to invest in Cambodia, he considered three factors: dynamic economic growth, trends towards Westernisation and the level of competition.

While the rapid growth of Phnom Penh’s café culture may be noticeable, there is far less competition in Cambodia than in other Asian countries, such as South Korea or Vietnam, according to Kang. And major chains like Starbucks tend to dominate in those markets, he said.

“Cambodia is a nascent market,” he said. “The taste for premium coffee is just developing among the middle class.”

Brandon Cho, owner of the now-defunct Coffee’s Ready Bread is Done and of the soon-to-be opened Namu, pointed to the country’s rising gross domestic product growth and average incomes among the capital’s middle class.

“People who have money want something to do, they try to enjoy it,” he said. “People upgrade their tastes.”

According to Cho, it was management difficulties, not lack of customers, that led him to close CRBD. He was optimistic that Namu would do well under different management.

Both Brandon Cho and Sean Kang, who plans to open a Coffee Bean in Boeung Keng Kang I next year, are unphased by the competition.

“Sometimes supply creates demand,” said Sean Kang. “A café street makes more demand. With one more café, it means that more people come.”

Hank Sok, store manager of Gloria Jeans on Street 51, agreed. “The more competition we have, the more clients we have. Our customers have in fact increased.”

He estimates that the café averages 250 to 300 clients a day.

New cafés hope to succeed by making inroads into the capital’s niche markets.

Carie Phou, co-owner of NOM, which just opened in November on Street 310, said that she and her business partners were confident they had something new to offer – traditional Cambodian desserts not being served in other shops in Boeung Keng Kang.

“Young Cambodians are open-minded, they’re always looking for something new, so entrepreneurs have to feed that,” she said, adding that her shop’s target customers are not foreigners or even high-class Cambodians, but the “working class”.

Carie Phou is also public relations director of the Phnom Penh Special Economic Zone. Like the expansion of the manufacturing industry, she said, so cafés are telling of Cambodia’s economic growth.

“Looking at the cafés, you can tell the spending power of young people has increased,” she said. “It really tells a lot about economic growth here in Cambodia. The youth are the future of the economy.”

Still, the Phnom Penh café market might be nearing saturation. Hok Kang of Brown said he expected to see fewer new cafés in 2012 precisely because of the increased competition.

“We’ll see,” he said with a slight grin. “The strongest will survive.”
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There are plenty of coffee drinkers in Cambodia, but they have a different taste buds, traditional Cambodia (or maybe it is Vietnamese) coffee used condense milk, lots of condense milk, and apparently it is not sweet enough, I see lots of Khmer add another 10 spoons of sugar on top of a cup of coffee that is already too dam sweet.

My uncles say these coffees are good, but still perfer the traditional Khmer style. Which I heard is not plain coffee beans.

Still, the Phnom Penh café market might be nearing saturation. Hok Kang of Brown said he expected to see fewer new cafés in 2012 precisely because of the increased competition.

It is not difficult to make coffee, training only takes a couple of hours, once you secure good beans, a couple thousand dollar machine, you are ready to becomes a Barista, the market is tough because every noodle shops, KFC, Pizza, are very much ready.

The real market is indeed the working class, how do you train everyone that works in the OCIC building, PP Tower, etc that they need a cup before they start work.

300 customers a day? these is what you should achieve by 8am everyday.

I missed my Latte today.
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Old December 24th, 2011, 06:25 PM   #48
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Market is nowhere near saturation, the crowd is always there with students using the free wifi at Brown Coffee in the afternoon, and the Gloria Jeans Coffee at Boeung Keng Kang are full of students from the international school opposite.
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I don't like the interior design of the Coffee beans and Tea leaf at the Phnom Penh Tower, it is the worst one I've ever seen after visiting a few of their coffee shops elsewhere, and very limited menu selection (only serve breakfast).
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Market is nowhere near saturation, the crowd is always there with students using the free wifi at Brown Coffee in the afternoon, and the Gloria Jeans Coffee at Boeung Keng Kang are full of students from the international school opposite.
Some are overcrowd, and the free wifi has something to do with it. Some of these people is not really there for the coffee.
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Old December 24th, 2011, 06:38 PM   #51
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and the lack of good meeting places, especially targeted to those teenagers and students here in Phnom Penh also create opportunities for these coffee shop owners to open more shops.
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Nom Cafe at Boueng Keng Kang, Phnom Penh

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Cafe Namu - Street 322, Boeung Keng Kang

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Old February 14th, 2012, 05:38 PM   #54
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Local cafe makes ordering easier with eMenu debut

Language barriers, waiting to be served and awkward first-date conversations could be a thing of the past in Phnom Penh’s dining scene thanks to new interactive electronic menus.

The revolutionary menu, called eMenu, lets customers order their food from touch screen tablets without the need of a middleman, more commonly known as a waiter.

The Coffee Room on Street 215 is serving as the testing grounds for the revolutionary new menus which were introduced to Phnom Penh less than a month ago by Cambodian IT company Cresittel.

“This is the way of the future,” Cresittel CEO Irina Afonina said. “Our idea is to make customers independent.”

The menu features icons of each dish which customers can select to find out what ingredients are in it. When they are ready they can order with the touch of the screen and the waiter will bring them their meal when it is ready.

“While you are waiting for your order you can play games, check your emails, browse the internet, Skype someone. Customers don’t need to carry their own laptops,” Afonina said.

The eMenu can program different languages so customers can select their preferred language – a handy feat for the multilingual bunch touring and living in the Penh.

Cambodian waitress Sreyroth Pring who works at The Coffee Room finds it easier to understand her customers with the eMenu.

“We have a lot of foreigners here and it makes it easier for me to take their orders,” she said. “They can just select it on the tablet and then we can go and make it.”

Coffee Room customer Richard Stout from the US thought the menus had the potential to revolutionize restaurants and coffee shops.

“The way they integrate the menu to the electronic device is quite interesting,” he said.

“It’s easy to flip through and order what you want – there are pictures which you can just tap. I do think it will catch on, especially in areas where there are a lot of foreigners not speaking the local language. If the Khmer start using it too, it might make the interaction easier for them.”

However, expat Susanne Prebmanu from Germany had her reservations.

“I found it easy to use and I think they are a good idea, but … it’s not hard to order a coffee anyways,” she said.

“There is no conversation, they just bring it to you.”

But Afonina said the eMenu encouraged conversation among customers, dispelling awkward silences.

“It creates conversation, people can play games together and browse the net,” she said.

At the end of a meal, customers can simply touch a tab which says, ‘Bill please’. Their bill is then brought right away to their table by a waiter.

“I believe in this technology. Cambodia and Phnom Penh is growing fast, we have to move with the growth and technology,” said Afonina.

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.p...enu-debut.html
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At the end of a meal, customers can simply touch a tab which says, ‘Bill please’. Their bill is then brought right away to their table by a waiter.



http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.p...enu-debut.html
Why the hassle, bill it from my PayPal account.
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Costa Coffee Pushes Asia Growth

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The world's No. 2 coffee-house chain by the number of stores, after U.S. giant Starbucks Corp. (SBUX), will open in Singapore on Friday, followed by stores in Bangkok, Thailand, and Phnom Penh, Cambodia in November.

"This is the start of a significant store-opening program across Southeast Asia in the next few years," said Christopher Rogers, managing director of the chain.

Costa Coffee now has more than 2,200 stores across 25 countries, including more than 1,400 stores in the U.K. and almost 200 in China. It expects to have 3,500 stores and to reach annual sales of 1.3 billion pounds ($2.04 billion) by 2016. In fiscal 2012, it generated GBP819.3 million. It is also planning to increase its Costa Express machines network to at least 3,000 units.

Like its peers, Costa Coffee, whose domestic growth has been driven by openings of coffee hubs within retailers and at motorway service stations, has performed strongly as consumers seek small luxury purchases amid austere economic conditions.

The chain's current international locations include Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar, Russia and the United Arab Emirates.

Costa Coffee isn't the only company homing in on the growing popularity of Western-style coffee-on-the-go in Asia. Earlier this year, market leader Starbucks said it expects China to become its No. 2 market outside the U.S. by 2014, with more than 1,500 stores there by 2015. It also is expanding in Indonesia and Thailand.

In June, Whitbread reported that Costa Coffee is continuing to power ahead with double-digit sales growth.

The rapid expansion has led to speculation over a demerger, but Chief Executive Andy Harrison said Costa Coffee remains integral to the company's operations.
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Café society competition hots up

A woman walks by Brown Coffee in Boeung Keng Kang 1 district, Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2013. Photograph: Hong Menea/Phnom Penh Post


Local and foreign business owners seem to be jumping on the bandwagon in light of the success of the western-style cafes which seem to dot every street corner of Boeung Keng Kang 1 district.

However local real estate experts say not all of the air conditioned, latte-serving hangouts can survive in the area, despite the growth of the market.

Asia Real Estate Cambodia Vice President Kuek Narin said the area, which is known as Phnom Penh’s main expatriate area, has experienced rapid growth over the past seven years.

Buyers and business people saw the opportunity in setting up western-style cafes in an area where similar businesses have flourished, he said.

“They are not just selling coffee, but also an environment and prestige, with their air-conditioning, comfortable seats and hi-speed internet.”

However, the overload of practically identical cafes on streets 51 and 57, and nearly every side-street, meant not all of these establishments could continue to function as they do now if they wanted to survive, Narin said.

“Now there is a lot of competition in the area… some of them will have to merge, or move out, or they will not survive.”

While growth in the area showed no signs of slowing down, and all the right components were there in terms of location, infrastructure, and security, businesses need to take competition into consideration, he said.

“It is a good thing, but investors will see the opportunity, and they have to be careful… The coffee drinkers will make the decision.”

Cambodia Properties Limited assistant business development manager Nguon Chhay Leang said café owners had over-estimated BKK1’s capacity, and the consequences would soon arise.

“I think there is an over supply of coffee shops,” he said.

In order to profit, a lot of the businesses would need to move to different locations, such as the Russian Market area, or developing neighbourhoods on the outskirts of Phnom Penh.

“In BKK1 there is an oversupply, but it should spread to other areas. I think it will spread; it can’t just grow in one place. If it just grows in one place we will start to face traffic problems, and congestion.”

Well-known Cambodian ice-cream parlour and café The Blue Pumpkin opened a new branch in BKK1 two weeks ago.

A Blue Pumpkin spokeswoman said they opened a branch on street 57 because it was the “new, high-class area”.

The Blue Pumpkin had been planning to move into the area for the past six months, and was happy with how things were going so far.

The spokeswoman said approximately half of the customers were local people, and half were tourists, or expatriates.

She said The Blue Pumpkin was not worried about the array of cafes opening up in the neighbourhood.

“It’s a Cambodian brand that is growing.”

Though it was hard to speculate, she said she believed the bigger, recognised brands will survive, but it was unlikely all of BKK1’s cafes would continue to flourish.
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New coffee chain to enter packed market

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South Korea-based coffee chain Caffé Bene plans to open a Phnom Penh shop in in October, making it the latest entrant into a crowded market with numerous international and local coffee chains all angling to caffeinate Cambodia’s rising middle class.

General manager of Caffé Bene in Cambodia, Jinsil Lee, said yesterday that construction is in progress and the shop will open in Phnom Penh’s Boeung Keng Kang 1 area, already a bastion of pricey coffee and tea options.

There is still potential for a new player, however, because “the economic level [in Cambodia] is rising”, she said.

The store will differentiate itself from other coffee chains through “specialities from Korea”, she said, adding that they are concentrating on specialty desserts.

Caffé Bene announced in January that it was on the hunt for staff. The store was initially planned near Central Market on Monivong Boulevard, where a sign still hangs on the side of a building that seems to be under renovation.

Rami Sharaf, CEO of the parent company controlling Express Food Group, the local owner of UK-based chain Costa Coffee, said he isn’t overly worried about the extra competition.

The way he sees it, customers are becoming more willing to pay two or three dollars for their cup of coffee.

Two more Costa Coffee branches are expected to open next month, he said: one along the riverside near the Royal Palace, and a second on a Phnom Penh university campus. In November, it plans to open a fourth branch in Vattanac tower.

Despite the presence of international brands such as Costa or Gloria Jean’s Coffees, a number of local chains such as Brown and T&C have held their ground.

“Local brands can do well as long as they can deliver a product with a consistent quality and the right ambiance,” said Karl Johan Remoy, general manager of Indochina Research (Cambodia) Ltd.

“It is not only about the coffee. In Phnom Penh, controlling service levels can be challenging considering the difficulty of finding qualified staff. International brands with their global training programs may have to rethink their staffing strategies to stay competitive,” he said.

Remoy said Cambodian-owned Brown, a local brand with Khmer-style design, is still the most popular coffee shop town.

“Looking at their followers on Facebook they have over 45,000 likes and 1,300 people talking about them. In contrast, Costa Coffee has 10,000 followers and 500 people talking about them.”

Kouch Sokly, managing director of CBM Corporation Co Ltd, the company that owns local chain T&C, said they have a different target group than international brands, and for that reason, do not see the newcomer cutting into their businesses.
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