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Pizza Hut to invest €50m into new outlets and staff across Ireland and the UK

Pizza Hut to invest €50m into new outlets and staff across Ireland and the UK

May 11
11:47 2016

download (2)Pizza Hut Delivery has announced that it is to create 3,000 jobs in 200 new stores across the UK and Ireland over the next four years.

The firm did not give an exact breakdown of how many jobs will be based in it’s stores in Ireland or where it plans to open the new stores.

However, the chain is set to invest €50.6m into new outlets and new staff with a quarter of all openings assuming the Pizza Hut “Express” format.

Pizza Hut chief executive for the UK and Ireland Raphael Miolane said the company has built a firm foundation since opening its first delivery store 15 years ago.

“Our Pizza Hut Express portfolio will play an important role in this strategy, with at least 50 taking this format,

“We wouldn’t be where we are today without our franchisees and we are looking forward to growing our existing relationships, whilst also developing new partnerships to achieve our ambitions,” Mr Miolane said.

The food chain has more than 700 restaurants and takeaway units in the UK and Ireland and employs 8,000 people. Pizza Hut has been innovating on its product delivery outside of its brick and mortar restaurants.

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