The long wait is over: Domino’s Pizza has finally come to Ilorin, Kwara State (Nigeria) as announced by Eat’N’Go official’s LinkedIn Profile. The company was founded in 2012 in Nigeria and today has become a leader in pizza delivery. Eat’N’Go Limited is the exclusive master franchisor behind Domino’s Pizza Nigeria, and it is one of the several join ventures of Venia International, a global firm created by Sebastien Clamorgan, whose aim was to open the gateways to Africa and Middle East. Thanks to many investments and marketing operations, Domino’s Pizza Nigeria constantly updated and improved his qualities, until it became a significant player of the African continent. Pizza is a popular dish around the world, perfect for every occasion, so that the brand warmed its way into the hearts of many Nigerian homes. The latest news is the launch of a brand-new store in Ilorin, Kwara State: located inside the Palms Shopping Mall, along Fate road, it strives to offer a first-rate quality products and services to the customers. This fact is a great growing opportunity for “Domino’s Pizza” brand and represents the wish for expansion of Eat’N’Go. One of the goals of the company is to keep on investing in opening new stores, to let the people have easy access to all the treats they offer. Moreover, the expansion process is a step that confirms their position as the leading player in the quick service restaurant industry in Nigeria. The joint venture with the company established by Sebastien Clamorgan gave a consistent contribution to Eat’N’Go to achieve its goal. Currently they plan they will open a total of 100 stores across Nigeria.
Sebastien Clamorgan (Venia International): Domino’s Pizza comes to Ilorin, Kwara
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