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China Made A Copycat Of This Famous Fast Food Chain, Made Filipinos Angry

China Made A Copycat of Jollibee/Facebook


Most businesses nowadays aren't much innovative and tends to copy existing business. There's a legal way to do this; franchise from the main company. However, some people just don't get it and try to start their own business, not to note but an almost exact copy of the main business.

Some netizens have discovered a 'new franchise of Jollibee in China which turns out that the 'franchise' is nothing more than a copycat.

China Made A Copycat of Jollibee/Facebook

Christopher Guzman, an OFW in China, noticed the newly-opened food chain, 'JoyRulBee' in Guangxi, China. The establishment looks familiar which how it exactly looks like Jollibee; with the nerve to bluntly exhibit Jollibee's logo on the store front.

China Made A Copycat of Jollibee/Facebook

Being the Philippines' largest fast food chain, Jollibee has numerous branches all around the world but doesn't have a registered franchise in Guangxi, China. The issue might have been funny for most netizen spectators; the corporation would be taking legal actions as to this copycat establishment.



China Made A Copycat of Jollibee/Facebook

Even before the viral social media post, Jollibee has been aware of this incident. With the statement:
"The particular JoyRulBee infringing store in Guangxi, China has already been brought to the attention of Jollibee Foods Corporation even before the post went viral in social media. Our Legal team has been taking the necessary steps in order to protect and uphold our company’s trademark rights as what is provided for under the law."

China Made A Copycat of Jollibee/Facebook


Trademarks are made to guarantee that a company's ornament or branding aren't supposedly copied by other entrepreneurs. Proper franchising should have been done by the owner of 'JoyRulBee' if he has the intention of trying to copy the famous Jollibee.

May we try to be more innovate than to simply copy things; remember plagiarizing can now be sued on court.

Source: Pinoy Patrol
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