Domino's, the world's leading pizza chain, will be launching 30-minute pizza delivery service in Bangladesh within the next three months.
Hari S Bhartia, co-chairman of Jubilant FoodWorks, the master franchise holder of Domino's in India, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh and Nepal, said, “Domino's delivers pizza within 30 minutes all over the world.”
Jubilant collaborated with Golden Harvest QSR, a subsidiary of local Golden Harvest Agro Industries, for introducing Domino's to Bangladesh. Jubilant will have a 51% stake in Jubilant Golden Harvest, while the remaining will be held by Golden Harvest.
“I think we are late in entering in Bangladesh as we were so focused on India. We should have come here earlier. The other brands that are already here have created a market for pizza and it is a blessing for pizza brands like Domino's. But Domino's has a very special proposition, we are very good at delivering,” Bhartia added.
Jubilant Golden Harvest is planning to set up five restaurants in the first year of its operations by shelling out Tk 10-15 crore and focusing on accelerating growth after that. The company has already set its sights on making Domino's the number one pizza brand in Bangladesh over the next five years.