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Domino’s Franchise Boosts Profit

 

Pizza group Domino’s saw profits jump by 19 per cent at its largest Irish franchise in the first year of the Covid pandemic.

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Shorecal, which operates about 30 of the 86 Domino’s outlets across the country, said the pandemic “had a negative effect on trading activities” in 2020.
Turnover in the year to December 27th, 2020, was 3 per cent ahead at €55.26 million. But pre-tax profits rose to €10.5 million, almost 20 per cent on the €8.8 million reported in 2019.
The Republic accounted for just over two-thirds of sales, with the balance coming from Northern Ireland. Employee numbers slipped slightly to 516 last year from 543 in 2019.

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