Tiendas Pronto Achieves International Presence, Creating More Than 1,000 New Working Positions in Central America
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras, October 9, 2019 (Newswire.com) - Tiendas Pronto, a Honduran convenience store, member of Grupo Terra and a business unit of Terra Petroleo, currently operates more than 100 stores in the region.
Starting operations in 2014 with a franchise model, the Honduran convenience store chain “Tiendas Pronto” marks a before and after in service and product experience.
Terra Petroleo has created a unique concept by developing a new business model with international acceptance and contribution to the economic growth in countries where it operates.
They have opened more than 100 stores and 15 franchises located in Honduras, Nicaragua, El Salvador and Costa Rica, creating more than 1,000 direct and indirect jobs, enhancing the lifestyle of more than 1,000 families in the region.
Tiendas Pronto's expansion became a business opportunity for investors reaching new locations through franchise deals and hoping to expand and enter in other countries.
According to the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) 2017 report, Tiendas Pronto received the highest rank in customer satisfaction among its category.
Commercial partners also play a very important role in the convenience store business model; they add value, develop different payment methods for customers who visit the stores, and also provide growth and expansion options to local SMEs which, for more than four years, have been distributing exclusive and traditional products.
A new product in Tiendas Pronto is Pronto Café, emerging from Marcala, department of La Paz in Honduras, grown at 1500–1700 masl, with a bold roast body, always fresh and packed in aluminum foil bags, resilient, with extremely solid barrier properties keeping the bean fresh, served in eco-friendly cups with paper avocado straws to reduce the environmental impact.
In El Salvador, following Bourbon Coffee variety, Pronto Café comes from a Salvadoran dark brown sugar finished bean, cultivated at 1200 masl, a strict altitude, sun-dried in mud patios.
In Costa Rica, bean plantations are in the greater Central Valley area, between Heredia and Alajuela, at 1200 masl.
This business model creates jobs and economic growth in each country, Tiendas Pronto in the next three years is planning to expand to new locations and countries, keeping their service and convenience a priority.
For those who wish to be part of this successful store model, Tiendas Pronto provides the alternative to franchise individual stores or groups of stores. This is possible by sending a request via mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or visiting www.tiendaspronto.com, where any person or company can manage their own convenience store under franchise guidelines, rules and receive training programs to maintain brand standards.
Tiendas Pronto will continue opening stores in new markets in many countries, maintaining its focus on customer service, convenience and creating modern environments for customers.
Source: Tiendas Pronto