Hospitality Business Magazine

Dominos gets a new leader

XXX DOMINOS PIZZA03.JPGDomino’s Pizza – now the recognized world leader in pizza delivery – has named Eric Anderson executive vice president of international operations, based in The Netherlands, reporting to Domino’s International President Richard Allison. Anderson’s promotion is effective immediately.

Anderson joined Domino’s in 2010 from global management consulting firm Bain & Company as regional vice president for the Americas and business strategy. In 2012, he took over as regional vice president of Domino’s EMEA (Europe, Middle East, Africa) region.

In his new role, Anderson will oversee two Domino’s business regions: Europe (based in The Netherlands) and the newly-opened Middle East, Africa, Central Asia and Eastern European (MACE) region, based in Dubai.  Anderson will also oversee our International Supply Chain and Quality Assurance teams.

“We’ve become one of the fastest-growing and top-performing quick service restaurant brands in the world,” said Allison. “As a result, our organization is evolving to ensure we are well-positioned for growth. Eric’s years of experience, his proven leadership and the results he has achieved for the Domino’s brand since 2010 make me extremely confident that we have the right person in place to lead our operations.”

Reporting to Anderson are two newly-promoted Regional Vice Presidents in the organization: Arnaud Gadaix, who leads the Europe Region and Josh Kilimnik, who leads the MACE region.