Domino's Pizza's expansion helps create record growth

Domino's Pizza's expansion helps create record growth

Digital growth, product innovation and a large expansion have helped Domino's Pizza reach a record turnover in the past six months. Its franchise stores are also doing very well.

44 % more profit

All across the globe, Domino's Pizza has more than 11,000 restaurants, spread over more than seventy countries. A part of that vast network is managed by Domino's Pizza Enterprises, an Australian master franchisee that takes care of the restaurants in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, France, the Netherlands and Belgium.

 

In total, this group has 1,435 restaurants and it employs 20,000 people. Its turnover has grown nearly 30 % over the past six months and it has even seen its net profit grow 44.2 % to 29.1 million Australian dollars (20 million euro).

 

The company intends to have 100 Belgian Domino's Pizza restaurants by 2020, which is a huge increase compared to the current number of 26.

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