Domino’s Pizza doubles its presence in Bergamo
The chain has an important development plan in Italy: upcoming openings in Bologna and Turin
Domino’s Pizza doubles its presence in Bergamo, in the North of Italy, in Lombardy Region, and, less than one year after opening the store in via Broseta 65, inaugurates its second pizza shop in Via Angelo Maj 1.
The opening is a step of a wider development plan, started in October 2015 and aiming to go on with new store openings also outside Lombardy: next goals are Bologna and Torino.
With a staff of more than 15 employees at the new store in Bergamo, Domino’s Pizza hires in Italy more than 250 employees.
Alessandro Lazzaroni, Domino's Italia master franchisee, commented: “Bergamo welcomed us warmly in via Broseta. As a matter of fact, since the opening we have been selling more than 100.000 pizzas, keeping more than 10.000 loyal customers, and with this new opening we foresee the same success”- and went on- “The first Domino’s opening was really a challenge, we focused our aims on product quality and innovation, in addition to home delivery excellence and advanced technology tools. This winning mix allowed us to open 12 stores and hire more than 250 employees aged around 27”.
Founded in 1960 in Michigan, Domino’s is today the first pizza restaurant chain in the world with more than 15.000 stores in more than 85 countries. In Italy the chain has a master franchising agreement with EPizza S.p.a., a 100% Italian company working inland since 2015.
The first store to be opened in Italy was in Milan in October 2015. At the moment there are 12 pizza stores: 10 in Milan and 2 in Bergamo. 3 new stores are going to be opened next month: 2 in Bologna and 1 in Turin.
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