Domino's searching for new ANZ chief marketing officer as Allan Collins steps down

He has held the role for almost 15 years.

Domino’s is looking for a new chief marketing officer for its ANZ business following the resignation of Allan Collins.

Collins, who has been in the role for almost 15 years, resigned to pursue "new career opportunities." His last day at Domino’s will be on 9 April.

“Over the past 15 years, Allan has been instrumental in helping us grow the business, challenge the status quo, and build an agile, world-class marketing function,” Domino’s ANZ CEO Nick Knight said in a statement.

“He will long be remembered for his creativity, charisma and commitment to the Domino’s brand, and his tireless focus on putting the customer first.”

“We thank him for his significant contribution and wish him well on his next endeavour,” he added.

Domino’s said it is now in the process of recruiting a new ANZ CMO and will make an announcement in due course.

“We have talented people in key positions across the entire marketing department to keep delivering sales growth, before a new CMO is appointed who can bring a fresh approach and new thinking,” Knight added. “We look forward to welcoming a talented new CMO to the business, who will continue to put Domino’s on the map and in the households of millions for years to come.”

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