Domino’s to start UK Uber Eats trial in 2024
This follows the global agreement announcement with the third-party delivery player.
Domino’s will begin to trial its partnership with Uber Eats by next year, according to its latest trading update.
According to Domino’s Pizza Group, the UK master franchisee of Domino’s, this move comes after the brand announced a global partnership with Uber Eats.
Domino’s also announced that it has opened 45 restaurants in 2023, with 20 different franchise partners compared to 21 during the same period last year with 13 different franchise partners.
By the end of the year, Domino’s expects to have opened at least 60 new restaurants, up from 35 in the same period last year. The pizza brand has also announced that it has 45 restaurants already in development for 2024.
“We’ve continued to make great strategic progress to drive sustainable growth. As we look into next year, we see inflation stabilising and our focus will be on continued customer and order growth, as well as franchisee profitability. We remain confident that our resilient, asset-light business model will deliver further financial and strategic progress, and increased returns for our shareholders,” Andrew Rennie, CEO of DPG said.
Domino’s saw like-for-like sales increase by 3.7% in Q3 2023.