Extremely Fast Food

January 2011
Forbes Asia;Jan2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p24
The article offers information related to the progress and development of Zensho Co. Ltd. It reports that the company works on two concepts which include quick and easy service. It also reports that an in-house research group devises ways to eliminate inefficiencies in the workplace. Kentaro Ogawa, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the chain, credits the progress of the company to the arts of uniform and menu design. It also offers information on its fast food outlets Sukiya and Nakau.


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