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GOPIZZA lands as the third-leading, fastest-growing pizza chain in Singapore

The Korean pizza chain has expanded to 27 outlets.

South Korea-based pizza chain GOPIZZA has solidified its foothold in Singapore with 27 new outlets, making it the third leading pizza chain in the Lion City.

GOPIZZA has increased its stores in Singapore by nearly 60% year-on-year in 2023, with six new outlets launched in December alone.

Nearly 40% of GOPIZZA’s restaurants have broken even throughout six months of opening, one of the rarest successes in the F&B sector.

“We are very heartened and encouraged by the growth of GOPIZZA’s presence in Singapore. This shows that there is a strong appreciation for fresh, high quality, single-serving pizzas among consumers in Singapore,” Kelvin Sia, Regional CEO and Head of APAC at GOPIZZA, stated.

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Since its establishment in August 2016, GOPIZZA has been successful through its brick-and-mortar locations and tech-driven services. Its momentum in the F&B sector is gauged by its cutting-edge technology and customer service.

For 2024, the Korean pizza chain plans to add 10 more outlets in Singapore with new business models and original flavours. Globally, GOPIZZA also sets its expansion in Indonesia and Thailand.

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