Domino's Master Franchise Model

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Case Code : OPER080
Case Length : 19 Pages
Period : 1983 - 2009
Organization : Domino's Pizza Inc.
Pub Date : 2009
Teaching Note :Not Available
Countries : US
Industry : Food and Beverage

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Domino's Master Franchise in the UK

The UK was one the largest international markets for Domino's. The master franchise in the UK was one of the most successful master franchisees of Domino's, and had the right to operate and franchise Domino's stores in the UK and Ireland. Domino's was the leading home delivery pizza company in the UK and Ireland...

A Mutually Beneficial Relationship

When franchisees came up with suggestions, the company deliberated upon them and accepted them if it found them beneficial.

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One such suggestion from a franchisee led to the Heat Wave bags in Domino's which helped keep pizzas hot for a longer time. The suggestion came from Richard Mueller, who in the early 1990s saw a vendor at a trade show selling bags that could keep pizzas at 170 degrees temperature for 30 minutes. He planned to use the bags and informed Domino's about it...


Exhibit I: Domino's Selected Financial Data (2005-08)
Exhibit II: Domino's Store Growth Activity
Exhibit III: Uniform Franchise Offering Circular
Exhibit IV: Conditions under Which the Master Franchise Agreement Can be Terminated

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