McDonald’s Canada is using its strong presence in the country to sell its products.
The company recently launched a campaign featuring a new logo, a new slogan and an ad campaign that features a group of young people playing basketball.
McDonald’s Canada has been selling its burgers in Canada since 2015, and has now surpassed its sales in the U.S. to reach a record $9.6 billion in 2017, according to market research firm Euromonitor International.
The brand now has more than $2 billion in sales in Canada, with $1.1 billion of that coming from McDonald’s franchises.
Mcdonald’s Canada started its marketing in the United States in 2006 and expanded to China in 2012, according the company’s website.
The Canadian business has also been expanding in the Philippines, Brazil and Mexico.
McDonald’s Australia has launched in Australia, Canada and New Zealand.
Canada has been a key market for McDonald’s since it was founded in 1949.
The fast-food chain has been growing in popularity across the world since the 1960s, and the company has seen a big shift in the last two decades, with sales in China, Mexico and Brazil growing from $5 billion in 2000 to $14 billion in 2016.
In Canada, McDonald’s has a strong presence with the country’s immigrant communities, who make up a sizable chunk of the company in Canada.
According to Euromonitors, more than 75% of McDonald’s Canadian franchisees are immigrants.
The restaurant chain has also expanded its operations to serve smaller businesses and is looking to expand further in Latin America.
As for the ad campaign, McDonalds has been using its presence in Canada to promote its brands, which include its chicken and waffles, to Canadian customers.
“Our customers want the taste of McDonalds Canada, and we are here to tell them why,” McDonald’s said in a statement.
“In 2017, we introduced the McDonald’s® Canadian brand to a new generation of Canadians, and they are excited to experience the taste and texture of McDonald to which they are all accustomed.”
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