NIGERIA – Eat ‘n’ Go Limited, franchise owners of Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery, and Pinkberry Frozen Yogurt has announced the promotion its current Chief Executive Officer Patrick McMichael to lead the business group as Group Managing Director and CEO.
In his new role, he will be overseeing all the activities within the group and will further help the company achieve its goals in the Nigerian market.
McMichael joined Eat’N’Go as CEO in 2018, after nearly 30 years working with Domino’s.
He started out as a trainee manager in Sydney, Australia in 1990, and then got promoted to area supervisor in 1992 and later rose the ranks to managerial levels.
As part of the executive leadership team of Domino’s, McMichael has been the Chief Development and Franchising Officer Australia and New Zeal and Chief Executive Officer of the restaurant’s operations in Indonesia.
McMichael has also had a stake in the business as he was the franchise owner of 10 Domino’s outlets in Australia for ten years.
Since entering the Nigerian market, Eat’N’Go has expanded to over 100 outlets for its three brands, with five more under construction and another 16 going through the approval stage, reports The BBBUZZ.
He recently led the Quick Service Restaurant in reopening its flagship outlet located in Saka Tinubu street, Victoria Island, Lagos, after an unfortunate fire incident last October.
The newly built and refurbished outlet features modern architectural designs, providing consumers with a vibrant and cozy ambience where they can comfortably enjoy their meals.
Meanwhile, the team has announced the opening of its second shop in Kano, along its northern Nigeria distribution centre.
“Despite all the current challenges our awesome team that I am so proud of have done a fantastic job to deliver this big project.
“We are excited to be a part of the Kano community and continue our expansion in Northern Nigeria,” said Patrick McMichael.
Its ice-creams and desserts unit, Cold Stone has embraced digital innovation, launching a mobile application and a website supported eCommerce platform.
The platform will enable its customers to order and have them delivered at their preferred location.
Since the beginning of the year, the restaurant operator has opened doors to new outlets in Delta, Kano and Benin State.
This continues to build up on its branch count which it currently boosts of over 100 stores, a milestone it reached in 2019, barely 7 years since its set foot in Nigeria in 2012.
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