Jollibee Group Makes It to the Fortune Southeast Asia 500 List




MANILA, Philippines. – Homegrown restaurant company Jollibee Group was among the 38 Philippine companies included in the inaugural Fortune Southeast Asia 500. Fortune, a global multi-platform media company known for their Fortune 500 list, ranked the largest companies in the region by their total revenues for the 2023 fiscal year. The Jollibee Group was ranked 86th in the overall list, with a revenue of USD4,391.1 million and a profit of USD157.7 million. It was also the 9th highest ranked Philippine-based company.

In 2023, Jollibee Group recorded a 15.2% year-on-year growth, reaching an all-time high total revenue of Php244.1 billion. The Company also generated a new record operating profit of Php14.4 billion, which was a 45% increase compared to full year 2022.

Behind our business performance is our passionate commitment to providing truly delicious food coupled with exceptionally caring and warm customer service. Our recent inclusion in Fortune’s inaugural list of Southeast Asia 500 Companies reflects this deep commitment and inspires us to keep dreaming big and exceeding people’s expectations as a restaurant company,” said Ernesto Tanmantiong, Jollibee Group President and Chief Executive Officer.


We dedicate this recognition to our teams and partners all over the world who share our passion and dedication to our mission of serving great-tasting food, bringing the joy of eating to everyone,” Tanmantiong added.

The Jollibee Group has a diverse portfolio of 18 brands with over 6,800 stores across 33 countries. Its brands include Jollibee, its flagship brand for chicken category; The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf for coffee and tea; Tim Ho Wan for Chinese cuisine; and Smashburger for better burgers.

The Jollibee Group has set aggressive growth plans this 2024 and beyond, which includes expanding the Jollibee brand internationally, growing its coffee and tea business, exponentially growing its presence in China, and sustaining its robust growth and market leadership in the Philippines.

Inaugural Southeast Asia List

Companies included in the inaugural Southeast Asia 500 join an elite group of firms recognized under the Fortune 500 franchise, which spans the original Fortune 500, the Fortune Global 500, the Fortune Europe 500, and the Fortune China 500.

The Fortune Southeast Asia 500 reflects a dynamic and fast-changing region—one whose core economies are growing notably faster than those of Europe or the U.S. Southeast Asia takes on far greater significance in the global economy due to shifting supply chains and the rapid development of the region’s economies,” said Clay Chandler, Executive Editor, Asia.

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