Papa John’s has beefed up its management team to drive further development and acquisition of stores in the UK. New appointments include Aman Virk and Matthew Brennan as acquisition managers responsible for finding new Papa John’s sites, while Andy Malthouse, Susan Henley and Sarah Dellow join the project team to oversee new-build stores. John Mott, who joined Papa John’s in 2012 as construction and development manager, has been promoted to development director, while Phil Gaffer has been appointed franchise sales and business development manager responsible for franchisee recruitment. Mott said: “We currently have 5,000 stores in more than 40 international markets, 350 of these outlets are in the UK and we are heavily focused on further expansion. To manage our planned growth strategy we have bolstered our team by carefully selecting ambitious individuals for these key appointments who share our core values and passion for the business. We are delighted to welcome our new team members who will be instrumental in helping our franchisees to continue to deliver our top-quality product and service day-in, day-out to our growing customer base.”
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