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The Case of Lyfen in China1

Su Yong (Management School, Fudan University)
Yang Huaying (Management School, Fudan University)

Management School, Fudan University

ISSN: 2632-7635

Publication date: 1 June 2017

Abstract

In the increasingly competitive leisure food market, Lyfen has become a well-known leisure food brand in Shanghai after long-term independent operation. Insisting on chain retail specializing in various kinds of leisure food, Lyfen captures the consumption habits of consumers, timely launches new products in line with consumers' preferences, and leads the consumption trend. Its main competitors include other leading enterprises in China's leisure food chain industry, such as Three Squirrels, BESTORE and Baiweilin. The company's products are mainly divided into nine categories, totaling more than 900 special products. Some products under Lyfen's name have established good reputation in East China. Regarding business model, Lyfen has devoted its full energy to the construction of brand and channel, and created a unique asset-light model, which mainly involves sourcing and sales two chains.

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Yong, S. and Huaying, Y. (2017), "The Case of Lyfen in China1", Management School, Fudan University. https://doi.org/10.12156/FUDAN.CASE201501702

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