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Daniel Hawkins appointed as Domino’s New Zealand GM

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Daniel Hawkins has been appointed as Domino’s New Zealand’s newest GM of operations, effective immediately.

Hawkins has more than 20 years of experience in technology and digital leadership roles at companies such as Michael Hill and Zarraffa’s Coffee. He joined Domino’s 18 months ago as the chief information officer overseeing the business’ IT functions in both markets.

David Burness, CEO of Domino’s ANZ, said: “As a market with more than 140 stores, and a strong growth plan to build to more than 200 stores in the coming years, I am confident that Daniel is the right person to lead Domino’s through the next stage of growth and development in New Zealand.”

In his new role, Hawkins will work closely with franchisees and team members in 144 stores across New Zealand driving growth, innovation and products.

He succeeds Cameron Toomey, who has returned to Australia after four years in the role.

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