Event and sports catering provider SUISHO GROUP is expanding to Japan
“Our new project in Japan is the next step in our corporate development in Asia following the extremely successful market entry in China two years ago, and another milestone for the SUISHO GROUP,” explains KP Suisho, CEO of the SUISHO GROUP. “Japan is unique in its culinary diversity and impresses with the outstanding quality and preparation of the food. We see great potential in the Japanese market and look forward to working with SUISHO JAPAN in this environment. “
The focus of the new company will be on sports hospitality, on the organization and culinary accompaniment of major sporting events and on the management of sports facilities and stadiums. In addition, SUISHO JAPAN will have a range of services tailored to trade fairs in its portfolio. The Tokyo office will officially open in the autumn of 2018, following the World Cup in Russia. From 15 to 17 June 2018, the first event hosted by the team in Tokyo will take place. By the end of 2018, a team of around 30 people will be set up.
Partnership with Tokyo
SUISHO JAPAN is operationally supported by local partner Tokyo, a long-established and leading catering and catering company in Japan. The company employs 650 people and has 6 manufacturing plants and kitchens in and around Tokyo. “We are very pleased to have gained a partner in Tokyo, which has an excellent reputation in the Japanese market and is especially known for its traditional cuisine, SUISHO JAPAN.
With the opening of the Tokyo office, SUISHO GROUP is the first international hospitality company in Japan. “All in all, we are now represented with the group in seven countries around the world. Our portfolio ranges from classic event catering in Germany to participations in innovative gastro startups in the UK, international sports hospitality and exclusive support of locations and gastronomy. The variety of services and products that we unite in the SUISHO GROUP fills me with pride and constantly creates new visions “,Suisho draws a first conclusion about the further development of the group of companies.