Australian Beverage Chain Boost Sets Eyes on Laos

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Australian Beverage Chain Boost Sets its Eyes on Laos
An example of a Boost Franchise.

According to a post by a recruiter on LinkedIn, the popular juice and smoothie bar will soon open its first store in Laos and is currently on the lookout for both full-time and part-time staff. 

Boost Juice Bars was founded in 2000 by entrepreneur Janine Allis in Adelaide, Australia, and has since expanded to over 580 locations across 13 countries, with the majority of its stores located in Australia. The company’s motto is “Love Life” and it promotes a healthy lifestyle through its products, marketing campaigns, and community initiatives.

In Laos, the operations of Boost will be managed by the Thai company Express Food Group, which is also responsible for operating other retail chains like The Pizza Company, Swensen’s, and Dairy Queen in the country. It also has an operational presence in Cambodia and Myanmar.

Boost Juice Bars offers a wide range of drinks that are made with fresh fruits and vegetables, and are free from artificial flavors, colors, and preservatives. The company also offers a range of vegan and gluten-free options to cater to different dietary needs. In Southeast Asia, Boost currently has stores in Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, and Brunei.