Like its food, Panera's earnings report today was fairly healthy. Its earnings per share for Q3 came out at $1.37, ahead of Wall Street's $1.34 projection. Sales reached $684MM in the quarter, up from $665MM in Q3 2015.
Wall Street and the QSR world are abuzz over Domino's robust earnings report this morning. The pizza chain reported that its U.S. same-store sales are up 13% from Q3 last year – the 22nd straight quarter of gains. Net income reported today from Q3 2016 was $47.2MM; this is a 24.8% increase over the $37.8MM reported during the same period in 2015.
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We're sure you saw last week that Mark Crumpacker, Chipotle’s head of marketing, admitted the QSR chain is losing customers to McDonald’s in the wake of the E.coli scandal. His exact comments to the AP on safety concerns about Chipotle read “There are definitely folks out there who aren't entirely sure," and that the challenge is to win back the consumers who switched to “places like McDonalds.”
Did you know that Panda Express OWNS the back-to-school season for teenagers?
Football season is here – and with it the parade of Americans standing in the cold, wearing face paint, cheering like crazy for large people they’ve never met.
And what’s the cause of this collective madness? The answer is simple: Loyalty.
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The restaurant industry – including quick-serve, fast casual, and casual dining establishments – faces unprecedented challenges. Across the board, brands must compete with an increasingly complex and hard-to-anticipate set of competitors, offerings, and consumer preferences.
Quantifind, the company helping marketers eliminate their competitive blind spots and discover how to steal market share by focusing on only the data that drives revenue, today announced it has appointed Jim Harold as Chief Revenue Officer and Paul Emery as Vice President of Engineering. Both will be responsible for continuing to drive the company toward revenue growth and product innovation.