Haidilao has launched a scoring system for its employees to select a successor to the chairman and founder of the company Zhang Yong, who announced plans to retire within the next 15 years.
Chinese hotpot chain Haidilao has been in the middle of a controversy after hiking up prices to offset the damages caused by the COVID-19 epidemic.
Haidilao announced its financial results for the fiscal year of 2019 and said its expansion plan will not be affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tables in some of the chain’s restaurants are now equipped with “Do not disturb” flip-boards. Customers who do not want to be approached too often by waiters can use the sign to fend off their insistent advances.
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUb0fZlIt9g Haidilao’s HK$7.56 billion ($963 million) fundraising will make it the fifth largest in Hong Kong this year, after China Tower, Xiaomi, Meituan Dianping and Ping An Good Doctor, according to South China Morning Post.
After submitting its prospectus in May, Haidilao International Holding Ltd. is finally going public on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange on Sept. 26.
Haidilao International Holding Ltd., one of China’s most popular hot pot chains, submitted its prospectus to Hong Kong Stock Exchange on May 17.