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Domino’s Pizza Analysis of Marketing Strategy Prepared By: Muhammet GÜVEN 1002090089 Hanım Eylül ŞAHİN 1002090110 Esra ASLAN 1002100128 Kübra AYDIN 1002100028 Istanbul University May, 2014 ------------------------------------------------- An in depth look into the theory and outcome of Domino’s bold mea culpa advertising strategy and its potentially radical effects on transparency in the food and service industry. Table of Contents EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 2 History 2 Industry 2 SWOT Analysis 2 Competition 3 Recommendations 3 HISTORY of DOMINO’S 3 Mission and Vision 5 DOMINO’S’ LOGO 6 PRODUCTS OFFERED IN DOMINO’S PIZZA 7 Menu 7 ENVIROMENTAL ANALYSIS OF DOMINO’S PIZZA 9 Remote Environment 9…show more content…
From the very start, reliance on delivery and a focus on more efficient, streamlined processes (often at the sake of quality or customer satisfaction) were crucial aspects of the company’s business model. Because the shop itself was very small and had little room for sit-down diners, Tom hired laid-off factory workers and offered them commission to drive and deliver pizzas to nearby towns. The early focus on deliveries helped spread the brand quickly, and was a critical reason for Domino’s quick success as it allowed the shop to serve a greater volume of customers than other pizzerias that did not have delivery service. Additionally, Tom would always look for ways to improve profits by streamlining practices. For example, he would often drop items from the menu spontaneously if he was shorthanded at the shop. Though this would often upset customers, he found that volume and profits increased every time he did this, which led to Domino’s focus on a simpler, more “traditional” menu. As operations and popularity increased for the shop, its original owner decided to retain the name “DomiNick’s”. Unable to come up with anything, Tom Monaghan resorted to posting a YellowPages ad asking fornew name suggestions. A driver named Jim Kennedy happened to see the ad and submitted his suggestion, “Domino’s Pizza”, and the rest, as they say, is history. The company incorporated under its new name in 1965. With
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