Summary of Domino's Atoned for Its Crimes Against Pizza and Built a $9 Billion Empire
Bloomberg Businessweek , 2017
Domino’s well-designed public mea culpa catapulted the pizza company out of its crisis.
How does a restaurant chain survive lawsuits, a viral video so disgusting that the health department gets involved, declining sales and customers who think your main product is awful? The pizza chain Domino’s figured it out. After revamping its pizza recipes, the company launched a clever advertising campaign, revolving around an apologetic admission that it needed to do better. Bloomberg Businessweek writer Susan Berfield traces how Domino’s revived its damaged brand reputation using technology and a well-executed mea culpa. getAbstract recommends the article to executives of companies with a suffering brand and to pizza lovers everywhere.
In this summary, you will learn
- What problems the pizza restaurant chain was facing in 2006,
- How publicly facing up to its problems helped turn the company around, and
- How Domino’s is innovating in terms of ordering and delivery.
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