Domino's Pizza Reveals Strong Figures
Published on Jul 30 2014 9:30 AM in Restaurant
Domino's Pizza has revealed that revenues from its Irish stores have increased by around 3.2 per cent to €25.4 million. Sales for the group for the first half rose 14.9 per cent to £375 million.
The group pre-tax profit for the first half of the year was £24.5 million, an increase from £22.2 million last year. First half sales benefitted strongly from the World Cup and from associated promotions by the chain.
Interestingly, 40 per cent of its Irish sales are digital, with an increasing amount of orders being placed from smart phones and PC's. CEO David Wild said he expects mobile to be the most popular ordering channel in 2015.
The company plans to open 40-50 stores in the UK this year, where it currently has around 780 stores. There are around 50 stores operating in Ireland, with some of the Dublin stores among the busiest in the world.