Eat’N’Go To Set-up 38 New Outlets Across Nigeria

Following a successful capital raising through bonds for the organization, Eat’N’Go Limited has announced development plans to establish itself in new cities across the country.

Eat’N’Go is the leading franchisee for world-class food brands – Domino’s Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt.

With this development plan, the company aims to set up 38 new outlets across Kaduna, Benin, Awka, Asaba Owerri, Warri, Onitsha, Sagamu, Choba, Umuahia, Osogbo, Lagos Island, Ejigbo, Ado Ekiti and is calling for interested parties with properties for lease in high profile sites in these cities.

According to Olusola Adeeko, Head of Development Eat’N’Go Limited, all interested parties with properties to lease should get in touch and send in information if the site is an existing building or bare land in a non-flooding area, has parking space for a minimum of 15 – 20 cars and has a lease period of 10 years and above available.

Eat’N’Go has, over the years maintained its position as the leading food franchisee in Nigeria with 104 stores, currently employing over 2600 individuals. As it looks to expands its presence to touch all regions of the country, the organization also places a strong focus in the quality of its products and services of all its three brands.

The expansion to these new cities is in line with the company’s plans to increase its physical outlets by up to 50 outlets a year over the next five years and progressively grow its workforce across Nigeria.

With this expansion plan, Eat’N’Go will be establishing its footprint in new regions including the Northern part of the country. Interested parties are advised to contact development@eatngo-africa.com and/or 08135343091.

Renowned for being a master deliverer of high-quality food & services, Eat’N’Go has established 103 stores in Lagos, Abuja, Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Kwara, Enugu, Uyo and Rivers states. The company continues to expand its presence in key markets by fusing company goals with new strategic development goals.