Thursday, March 14, 2013

Scotland’s largest Domino’s franchisee to open outlets in Germany

With 11 Domino’s Pizza outlets based throughout the Lothians and Fife under his belt, including the largest Domino’s Pizza branch in Scotland, Sean Geddes, is taking his wealth of experience as successful Domino’s franchisee over to Europe where he plans to open three stores in the next year.

The Domino’s entrepreneur has been spending three to four days out of every fortnight over in Germany as he prepares for the launch of his first Domino’s in the country, due to be open for business in May.

The first outlet will be opened in Aachen which is close to the Belgium and Dutch border where Domino’s is already established as a brand. The launch of the Aagen Domino’s will mark the pizza delivery giant’s first move into Germany.

After the Aagen Domino’s is up and running, the Scottish businessman won’t be resting on his laurels, instead Mr Geddes revealed in an interview with a Scottish newspaper this week that he will open another Domino’s in Cologne in August and a third Domino’s franchise in Germany, this time in Hogmanay, by the end of the year.

Gordon Penman, who also happens to hold the title of Scotland’s Fastest Pizza Maker, will oversee the German expansion of Sean Geddes’s Domino’s stores. Penman previously managed the busiest branch of Domino’s Pizza in Edinburgh so his expertise will come in very useful with the move over to Germany.

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