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NSW – Tumut

Domino’s Pizza Enterprises Limited (Domino’s)

Investment Level:

$250,000 to $500,000

Location benefits:

Tumut sits on the north-west foothills of the Snowy Mountains and is referred to as the gateway to the Snowy Mountains Scheme. The former Tumut Shire was administered from offices located in the town. Tumut is approximately 410 kilometres (250 mi) south-west of Sydney and 525 kilometres (330 mi) north-east of Melbourne.

Agreement Terms:

The Domino's Pizza Enterprises standard franchise agreement is 10 years and renewals are available subject to Domino's Pizza Enterprises' approval.

Concept:

Owning a franchise at Domino's is being part of the family. At Domino's Pizza Enterprises (DPE) a lot of what we do is about creating and celebrating our company culture. Being Australia and New Zealand's number one pizza maker is something that Domino's has worked hard to achieve and does not take lightly. We have some incredible people in our business and the term 'Dominoid' is often used to describe our passion and energy. Domino's Pizza Enterprises Ltd (Domino's Pizza) is the largest pizza chain in Australia in terms of both network store numbers and network sales. It is also the largest franchisee for the Domino's Pizza brand in the world. Domino's Pizza Enterprises now extends across seven countries, with more than 2000 stores and is the leading international Domino's franchisee. The Domino's brand is owned by Domino's Pizza, Inc, a listed US company.

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About this opportunity

Our regional stores are giving our metro market a run for their money.  

Here are three reasons why: 

1) Lower fixed costs – compared to many metropolitan areas, regional stores typically incur far fewer costs in terms of ongoing site fees, landlord contributions and so on.

2) Less competitors – regional locations offer a greater ability to control more share of the market and therefore more ability to grow market share.

3) Community mindset – Supporting your local community is a great way to give back and this community mindset has largely attributed to the success of Domino’s pizza. With regional towns offering a tight-knit local family, bonding over a hot fresh slice has never been easier.  

Do you have what it takes to be the big boss of Tumut’s very first Domino’s pizza store? 

We are on the hunt for passionate, pizza loving, entrepreneurs. Future franchisees who share our values and have what it takes to think big and grow with us. 

Want to know more? Submit your details to receive a copy of our Domino's Franchisee Information Booklet.

Skills and Qualifications:

Domino’s strong growth plan across Australia and New Zealand means it is always on the lookout for passionate and motivated people to become franchisees. We’re looking for: 

  • Brand passion, commitment and a drive to succeed
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Good people skills
  • Good administration skills
  • Entrepreneurial flair
  • An ability to have fun and work in a young, energetic and vibrant organisation

Marketing Support:

Domino’s marketing team plays an integral role in the ongoing support you will receive from Domino’s as a franchisee. This support includes: 

  • TV advertising 
  • Point of sale (POS) material – production and print 
  • Local store marketing (LSM) – production, print and distribution 
  • Website 
  • Online ordering e-store 
  • New product development 
  • Public relations support 
  • E-recruitment website 
  • Search engine marketing & search engine optimisation 
  • Social media management – YouTube page, Facebook and Twitter

Training & Other Support:

Our dedicated team of experts ensure every new franchisee is equipped with the high-level information and support they need to succeed. Domino’s delivers a great mix of practical and theoretical training which is delivered in the spirit of the Domino’s mission: “Sell more pizza, have more fun!”

Royalties: 

7% of gross sales and a maximum of 6% of sales towards national advertising. 

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