It already has two branches in Yangon, one in Myanmar Plaza, which opened in January, and the other in Yangon’s new international airport terminal, which opened in March.
Seezar Soesan COO U Kyaw Htin Latt says the company plans to continue as sole operator for the next two years, but may allow other interested firms to open branches after that.
Other coffee outlets in Myanmar include Espressonite Myanmar, Nervin and Ya Kun.
Seezar Soesan has business interests in such areas as IT, trading, construction, agriculture, consultancy and media services.
Part of Australia’s largest multi-food franchiser Retail Food Group (RFG), Gloria Jean’s Coffees has nearly 800 outlets in 39 markets worldwide.