Domino's filling a gap in the U.K.

 
April 7, 2005

Manchester Evening News: Domino's is opening more branches in Manchester, England, and creating up to 300 jobs in the area.

The company will launch three sites in central Manchester, Didsbury and Leigh this year, creating 75 jobs and three franchise opportunities.

Domino's U.K. chief executive Stephen Hemsley said his company will open an additional six stores in the region over the next few years and each will be staffed by 25 people.

"A lot of our development in the last 30 years has been in London and the Thames Corridor," Hemsley said. "But the big opportunity for us in the next 20 years is in the northwest."

Domino's employs 1,500 people in the northwest and has 357 stores in the U.K. and Ireland turning more than £74.2 million (U.S. $139 million).

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(Read also, Domino's Pizza to grow Scotland unit count)


Topics: Domino's Pizza , Operations Management , Public Companies


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