Dunkin’ Donuts To Expand Its Presence in Germany By Opening 15 New Locations

By Stephen Fuchs on Email @StephenWFuchs

Dunkin’ Donuts has just announced that it has struck a deal with local German entrepreneurs to open up at least 15 new restaurants in the Frankfurt, Rhine-Main area of Germany over the next 5 years.  This is a decent sized expansion for the American-owned company that currently has a total of 30 German locations, all of which are located in either the Berlin or Nordrhein-Westfalen metropolitan areas.  They hope that this is just the beginning and are planning to have nearly 50 German locations within the next few years.

Sadi Sanlav and Mo Rahimi, who are the two local entrepreneurs working with Dunkin’ Donuts, have established a name for themselves in the restaurant scene in Germany.  With their previous success track record, Dunkin’ Donuts is very optimistic about their growth opportunity in Germany.

“We are very excited to announce the expansion of the Dunkin’ Donuts brand in Germany, where we have developed an engaged and enthusiastic following for our high-quality beverages and baked goods,” said Giorgio Minardi, President, Dunkin’ Brands International. “We have found strong local partners in Sadi Sanlav and Mo Rahimi, who are successful entrepreneurs in the restaurant industry. We look forward to supporting them as they bring Dunkin’ Donuts to even more consumers across Germany.”

 

Source: Dunkin’ Donuts
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Stephen Fuchs
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