Domino's Pizza Enterprises (ASX: DMP) sets sights on profit growth in fiscal 2024 - Kalkine Media

November 01, 2023 04:59 PM AEDT | By Team Kalkine Media
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In the ever-evolving world of fast food and pizza delivery, Domino's Pizza Enterprises (ASX: DMP) has emerged as a standout player, especially in the Australian market. With a keen eye on efficiency and a commitment to adapting to changing dynamics, Domino's believes that it is poised for an impressive fiscal year in 2024.

This article takes you on a journey through Domino's recent performance, its strategic cost-cutting measures, and the promising outlook.

FY23 performance

The financial year 2023 brought a mixed bag of results for Domino's. The company reported earnings before interest and income tax (EBIT) of A$201.7 million, marking a 23.3% decrease from the previous year.  To comprehend the dip in earnings, it's crucial to consider the larger economic context. The impact of the global pandemic and supply chain disruptions cannot be understated. These challenges have affected various industries, and the food and restaurant sector is no exception. However, Domino's says that its management has been proactive in addressing these challenges and adapting to the changing landscape.

A significant aspect of Domino's resilience is its performance across different regions. Year-to-date data shows that most of the pizza chain's regions have witnessed positive same-store sales. This is a testament to Domino's ability to navigate market variations successfully. However, there are exceptions to this trend, with Japan and Taiwan facing unique challenges.

What is expected in 2024?

Domino's Pizza Enterprises in Australia has set its sights on a highly promising fiscal year in 2024, with expectations of significantly higher earnings. What makes this projection remarkable is the company's ongoing efforts to reduce costs and streamline its operations.

To achieve its fiscal 2024 targets, Domino's has adopted a series of cost-cutting strategies. One of the notable moves was the company's decision to exit its Danish operations, a step taken in pursuit of A$50 million to A$60 million in network savings for the upcoming fiscal year. With these cost-cutting measures, the company expects to drive profitability and register a robust financial performance.

Share Price Performance

In response to the positive outlook and strategic initiatives, Domino's shares experienced a boost, closing 2.342% higher at A$ 51.990.  

Domino's Pizza Enterprises in Australia believes that it is gearing up for an exciting fiscal year in 2024. Despite the challenges posed by the global economic landscape, the company's resilience, cost-cutting measures, and collaboration with franchisees position it to tap opportunities in the coming year.


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