K Hospitality Corp to bring Domino's to Ghana, forms JV with Chanrai Summit Group

Fire Foods Africa expects to open over 25 stores in the next few years and expand into additional countries across the African continent.
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K Hospitality Corp that owns brand like Copper Chimney and Irish House has signed up the franchise rights for Domino’s Pizza to expand into Ghana, Africa.

The residents of Ghana can now enjoy hot, customized Domino’s pizzas in-store or delivered safely to their doorstep from the first two stores that launched in downtown Accra in Osu and East Legon respectively.

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K Hospitality Corp, has formed a 50-50 JV, Fire Foods Africa, with the Chanrai Summit Group, one of West Africa’s leading conglomerates in the supply chain sector, to bring the Domino’s brand to Ghana in Africa.

“We are elated to partner with Domino’s to bring this leading and much-loved pizza brand to the shores of Ghana, Africa. Our new JV, Fire Foods Africa, will be expanding Domino’s Pizza across Ghana, with a multi-million-dollar investment planned towards opening multiple stores over the next few years,” shared Karan Kapur, Executive Director, K Hospitality Corp.

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Fire Foods Africa expects to open over 25 stores in the next few years and expand into additional countries across the African continent.

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K Hospitality Corp is planning significant QSR format growth, and the expansion with Domino’s is part of its QSR 2030 Vision for the group to invest and build various leading formats in the QSR sector.

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