29 January 2019

Nigeria: Eat'n'Go Makes London Stock Exchange List of Companies to Inspire Africa in 2019

Eat'N'Go Limited, Nigeria's franchisee for Domino's Pizza, Cold Stone Creamery and Pinkberry Gourmet Frozen Yoghurt, has been recognised by the London Stock Exchange group as one of the companies to inspire Africa in 2019.

This was announced at the launch of the second edition of the 'Companies to Inspire Africa' report during the market opening ceremony by the London Stock Exchange Group which held in London. The report highlights companies operating in Africa, which have the most inspiring stories and the strongest growth potential. Eat'N'Go was listed alongside 78 other companies in the consumer services category, and 360 African companies across several sectors such as agriculture, finance, health, education, renewable energy and telecoms.

While commenting on the recognition, CEO Eat'N'Go Limited, Patrick McMichael, said, "Being part of organisations that have created so much impact in the African economy is a milestone achievement and we are proud to be recognised by the London Stock Exchange Group for the work that we do.

"We understand the uniqueness and dynamic nature of the Nigerian market and we have constantly ensured that we continue to provide value to our consumers through our products and service offerings. We have also invested in manpower development for our team, which has shown so much dedication and passion to growing the business to where it is today. We are excited and we cannot wait to do even more as we continue to expand the business to different frontiers across Africa."

Eat'N'Go's successes over the last few years can be attributed to the level of human capital development invested in members of the organization. The company has kicked off the first quarter of 2019 with an intensive ongoing six weeks development program starting at the Eat'N'Go training school centers across Lagos State. The training which is in three phases focuses on equipping new and existing staff with numerous skills such as effective customer relations, production techniques across each brand, hygiene, as well as equipment use and maintenance.

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