A Brisbane pizza store has set a new Australian record for fast food – consistently delivering freshly-made pizzas to customer’s houses in less than six minutes for an entire week.
The record is considered a milestone not just for Domino’s, but any Australian fast food business. Domino’s Ferny Grove delivered every order for a week in an average time of 5 minutes 27 seconds: from order placement to the customer’s door.
Domino’s will be giving away 10,000 FREE* Cheese & Garlic Scrolls today to kick off its biggest deal ever, with up to 60 per cent off pizzas for 10 days only.
The latest edition to the menu, Domino’s Cheese & Garlic Scrolls are stuffed with tasty mozzarella cheese, drizzled in garlic butter and dusted with parmesan and herb sprinkle.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (“Dominos”) has today announced it will be the first pizza chain in Australia to launch plant-based pizza, which means now everyone can share in the joy of pizza.
The Company is adding a range of new pizzas, which will start with plant-based Beef & Onion, plant-based Beef Loaded Burger and plant-based Beef Taco Fiesta.
Domino’s latest product quality innovation, DOM Pizza Checker, has now used artificial intelligence and machine learning to successfully scan more than 13 million pizzas; boosting product quality scores by more than 15 per cent (as rated by customers) since launch.
Now in the latest update to this technology – a first for the industry – customers will be shown a real-time image of their pizza before it’s cut, boxed and hustled out the door, ensuring there are no more ‘surprises’ when it comes to pizza quality and consistency.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (“Dominos”) has today announced it will be trialling a Tap & Take only payment model at five of its stores in Australia in a bid to create a faster and more convenient experience for customers.
Domino’s Australia and New Zealand CEO Nick Knight said the Company’s Tap & Take trial stores would accept all forms of payment, except cash, to not only increase customer convenience but also team member safety.
This June, Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (“Domino’s”) is celebrating Workplace Giving Month with more than 30 per cent of head office staff now giving to charity through their pay.
Domino’s Director of Giving John Harney said the Company introduced workplace giving two years ago and has seen a huge uptake since then, with an increase of 14 per cent in the past year alone.
As Origin Game 1 rapidly approaches Domino’s stores across the country have been doing plenty of training and preparation of their own; gearing up for one of the busiest nights of the year.
In a recent GPS Driver Tracker Pizza Poll, 55 per cent of customers ranked pizza as their ‘meal of choice’ on Origin, so it’s no surprise many stores break records on game night.
Lights, Camera, Action! Domino’s Pizza Enterprises has today announced the launch of its highly anticipated DOM Pizza Checker, which is set to drastically improve product quality and consistency throughout all Domino’s stores in Australia and New Zealand.
This flashy, world-first technology has been introduced to tackle one of the Company’s most common customer complaints; “My pizza doesn’t look like it should!”
Twelve emerging leaders are set to benefit from a new scholarship program developed to address the lack of training and professional development opportunities in the not-for-profit sector.
A recent study found 33 per cent of managers and executives in the not-for-profit sector have no access to a designated budget for training and development*.
May is a significant month in the diary for Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (“Domino’s”), as on 12 May 2005 the business became the first pizza company in Australia to list on the ASX.
Since then, Domino’s has expanded from less than 400 stores across Australia and New Zealand to more than 2,450 stores across nine countries – Australia, New Zealand, Belgium, France, The Netherlands, Japan, Germany, Luxembourg and Denmark – all from its humble Brisbane-based headquarters.
The election win is still up for grabs according to a Domino’s GPS Driver Tracker poll, which found 55 per cent of Australia’s pizza lovers are still undecided as to who they will be voting for in Saturday’s Federal Election.
Of the 44,000 unique responses to these polls, the majority of respondents were in the 18 – 30 year age bracket (55 per cent). This result comes at a time where young voter enrolment is at an all-time high, with the AEC estimating 88.8 per cent of eligible 18-24 year olds are enrolled to vote.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (Domino’s) has partnered with Google to add yet another way for customers to place and track orders via the Google Assistant.
The company last year launched ordering via Amazon Alexa to offer a similar service; making it the only quick service restaurant in Australia to use voice technology for online ordering.
DPE today announces that it has executed an asset sale agreement to acquire corporate store assets and rights and entitlements in respect of franchise operations in Denmark previously owned by DPS for approximately €2.5 million. DPS ceased operations and entered administration in early March 2019.
Completion of each store asset package is conditional on lessor consents to the assignment of the relevant store lease. Completion is expected to occur progressively during April and May 2019.
It’s official! New South Wales and South Australian pizza lovers are the most giving communities across Australia, choosing to round up their online Domino’s orders to the nearest dollar and donate these funds directly to charity.
Domino’s registered charity, Give for Good launched its Round Up For Charity initiative at the beginning of August 2018 and in such a short amount of time, a massive 1.3 million micro-donations has been made.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises started its digital journey more than a decade ago in 2006, delivering an experience that went beyond what could be achieved via ordering in store or over the phone.
At around that time, Domino’s launched a platform that was as visual as possible for customers, (using Flash), because great food visuals helps sell food plus shares with the customers what they are going to get. Other ways we enhanced the ordering experience was giving customers even greater control and visibility of their order.
With the largest fleet of delivery experts, they really have seen it all from pizza loving customers, from the strange to the most outrageous! Domino’s has pulled together the top 15 things their delivery drivers want you to know!
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises is dipping its dancing toes in the Dancing CEOs 2019 event for a second time with this year’s representative, Senior Legal Counsel, Erin Walford taking to the stage in May raising vital funds for Women’s Legal Service Queensland. Taking part in this year’s event, Erin will be dancing for a worthy cause; supporting women and kids facing domestic violence. Women’s Legal Service Queensland provides free legal and welfare help to women in Queensland.
More cheese yes please! Australia’s largest pizza company, Domino’s has launched a new mozzarella that promises to be stretchier and tastier than ever, as well as a cheesy new crust.
Domino’s Global Development Chef, Michael Treacy said the new mozzarella and Cheese on Crust is now available in stores.
Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Ltd (ASX:DMP) global food sales lifted +14.6% to $1.43 billion for the Half Year ending 30 December 2018, driving a +12.1% lift in EBIT1 to $108.3m.
Domino’s overseas markets contributed more than half of the Company’s EBITDA2 with $71m EBITDA2 contribution from Europe and Japan.