Domino’s Pizza looks within for new marketing head
The new chief marketing officer for Domino’s Pizza needs no introduction to his staff.
Domino’s, the largest pizza company in the world based on global retail sales, is promoting of Art D'Elia to executive VP, chief marketing officer. D'Elia joined Domino's in 2018 as senior VP, chief brand and innovation officer, leading the company's U.S. product development and innovation, national TV advertising, and field marketing efforts. Earlier this year, he gained responsibilities for the brand's digital marketing efforts.
In this expanded role, D'Elia will run all global marketing initiatives for the brand, leading all U.S. marketing and advertising, and working with the brand's master franchise companies around the world. D'Elia will report to Russell Weiner, COO and president, Domino's U.S.
"Art has been instrumental in building strong relationships with our U.S. franchisees," Weiner said. "His strategic and creative leadership have made us better as a company. Art is a highly respected leader at Domino's, and we're thrilled with his appointment as EVP and CMO. I am also excited for Art to have a greater opportunity to have a positive impact on our international business."
Prior to joining Domino's, D'Elia spent seven years with Danone taking on progressive roles, most recently serving as marketing director in the U.K. Before Danone, D'Elia spent nearly seven years in marketing at PepsiCo Inc.
Domino’s operates a global enterprise of more than 17,100 stores in over 90 markets.