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NDA (II) Application Form 2018 has been released on 6th June 2018 .NDA exam is a gateway to get an entry in the Defence Forces like Army, Navy and Air Force. NDA exam is organized by the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) in various cities across the country. It is a national level examination, which is conducted two times in one year, namely NDA I and NDA II. A large number of students appear in the NDA exam every year. Students can get the details about NDA 2018 Application Form including how to apply, application dates, eligibility, etc.

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NDA 2019 application form will be available in month of January (for NDA I) and in the month of June (for NDA II). It is organized by theUnion Public Service Commission (UPSC). Through NDA exam, candidates will get selected in Defence Forces likeIndian Army, Air Force and Navy.

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The median home value in North Manchester, IN is $ 90,900 . This is higher than the county median home value of $ 83,500 . The national median home value is $ 185,800 . The average price of homes sold in North Manchester, IN is $ 90,900 . Approximately 55.51% of North Manchester homes are owned, compared to 34.45% rented, while 10.04% are vacant. North Manchester real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a North Manchester real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about North Manchester Real Estate .

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Located in downtown North Manchester, this historic 3 story, brick building is full of potential! Remodeled in 2000, this property is zoned commercial on the 1st floor and residential on the 2nd and 3rd floors for a bed and breakfast. The first floor features a full commercial kitchen and dining rooms with lobby area. Start that coffee shop, bakery or restaurant that you have dreamed about while living upstairs! The second floor offers 2 rooms and 2 bathrooms. A spare work-out room and the 2 bedroom apartment are right down the hall. The 2 bedroom apartment has an open kitchen with island, a gorgeous living room and large master bedroom/walk-in closet. The apartment has a washer and dryer. The third floor has 3 more bedrooms and baths. The common space features a lovely library, office space and kitchen. Lots of open deck space! Impeccable landscaping! Owners currently offer short term leases and AirBNB nightly rentals.

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Articles / Fast Casual in International Markets: Where’s the Opportunity?

By: Elizabeth Friend

May 22, 2015

There’s no question that fast casual has become the centre of foodservice growth in the US, but it has become an international phenomenon as well, albeit one that has taken a much different form. Euromonitor International’s 2015 global fast casual data , launched May 19 th , paints a very different picture of domestic and international growth.

Rather than manifesting via explosive growth through a few seemingly unstoppable chains, international fast casual has come as a result of a slow and steady evolution in consumer preferences. Just like American consumers, young people in wealthier cities all over the world are shifting toward more modern, more casual dining experiences, opening up opportunities for plenty of global growth over the long-term.

So far, fast casual segments in most developed markets have experienced an entirely different growth trajectory than in the US. The largest international markets are so far developing in Western Europe, with Germany, the UK and France topping the list with between US$1-2 billion each in 2014. However, each of the three has seen the segment growing slowly but steadily over the past five years at an average annual rate of between 2-8%. On its face this might seem to indicate that fast casual hasn’t been quite as successful in Western Europe, but that doesn’t tell the whole story. In all three of these markets, it has grown to a percentage share of the total fast food market that ranges from 7 in the UK to 14% in Germany, well within the range of the US’s 10% fast casual share.

So what exactly does this mean to fast casual prospects? Is there an opportunity for growth in international markets, and for which operators? Below, we’ll take a look at what’s going on with international fast casual, where the growth is currently, and how best fast casual operators can take advantage.

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A look at the largest markets clearly favours Western Europe, where there are high disposable incomes, highly developed dining cultures, and a preference for premium restaurant experience. These characteristics may seem primed for fast casual growth, but the slower rates seen in the region can be traced back to differences in the historical competitive landscape. The initial boom in fast casual in the US occurred during the recession, when consumers were eager for more value-focused dining options that didn’t sacrifice on flavour and experience. There was an enormous chasm between full-service, with low prices, slower service, and higher quality, and traditional fast food, with fast service, rock-bottom prices, and utilitarian dining rooms. Fast casual slid easily into the white space in between, discovering billions in untapped demand and kickstarting the current movement.

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