Here is a summary of the most interesting QSR news stories of the week from around the world.
McDonald's Corporation has partnered with "augmented writing" platform Textio to innovate its recruitment process. Aside from making it easier for hiring managers and recruiters to write collaboratively in McDonald’s brand language, Textio will allow McDonald’s to write gender neutral job posts, aligning with the fast food giant’s goals to combat gender bias in the workplace. Read more here.
Burger King USA announced its BK Café coffee subscription program. Subscribers can get one small brewed coffee per day for a grand total of US$5 a month. Read more here.
Chipotle announced that its loyalty program is now available in the whole United States. USA Today reports that the fast-casual restaurant chain marked the national launch by partnering with mobile wallet service Venmo to give away up to US$250,000 to approximately 25,000 Chipotle fans per day from 12 - 15 March. Read more here.
Papa John’s has broadened its delivery and takeout reach in the U.S. by partnering with third-party delivery service DoorDash, the company said in an announcement. To celebrate the launch, customers can get free delivery during St. Patrick’s Day weekend on all orders over $10 delivered through the platform at participating locations. Read more here.
Dunkin' Brands has appointed David Mann as Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer, the company has announced. Mann will serve on the company's leadership team and will report directly to Dunkin' Brands CEO and Dunkin' U.S. President Dave Hoffman. Read more here.
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