CEO Steve Ritchie has invested in diversity at Papa John’s

After running into some challenges, Papa John’s has responded to the message from their customers. The customers were demanding better from this pizza distributor across the world. Led by CEO Steve Ritchie, Papa John’s has focused on winning the confidence of the customers. Steve Ritchie sent out an apology letter to the employees and customers of Papa John’s when the business was undergoing through reputational challenges. According to the CEO, the company engaged in unconscious bias training, a program that they would roll out across the country. Also, to ensure that a repeat of the same is never allowed to happen again, the company has instituted independent control audit and investigation into the practices it has stood for. The aim is to develop a new culture that will allow the inclusion of diversity.

CEO Steve Ritchie engaged in a tour of Atlanta, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, and Chicago. This one was meant to listen to feedback from customers and franchise. The CEO was concerned that the business needed to listen to the voice of the people on the ground So that they can learn how to become better. The company also engaged a special advisory group which composed of respected experts on matters of diversity, equity, and inclusion to help guide the brand in rebuilding its reputation. Papa John’s will also be creating a foundation that will be giving back to the community where its employees live and work.

CEO Steve Ritchie started working with Papa John’s 25 years ago. During this time, he has found a great working environment where people work side-by-side every day for the good of the business. Currently, Papa John’s has over 120,000 corporate and franchise team members located in different parts of the world. In such a situation, it is important for the organization to invest in practices that enhance equity, respect, fairness, and opportunity for all. Since Steve Ritchie took over as the CEO of the company at the beginning of the year, he has invested greatly in diversity, equity, and inclusion. These efforts started as just some task to be completed by a committee, but they have developed into an entire undertaking of all players associated with the company.

What Is Hussain Sajwani’s, Damac Owner, Plan Out Of The Rumbling Global Real estate Markets?

Hussain Sajwani is a billionaire owner and founder of the Damac properties. At 66 years Sajwani owns a number of golf courses and luxury properties across the world. Hussain Sajwani often parers with the Trump organization and agrees with the opinion of the U.S president’s current trade tiffs with China. Damac properties aims at expanding. They plan to invest in European cities and are already building luxury properties in the United Kingdom.

The Trump organization and Hussain Sajwani has signed a common business agreement. Hussain Sajwani and Damac owner describes the trump organization quality and nice service provider. He also attributes the success of golf courses to the organization. Hussain Sajwani and Damac owner says although he is a friend to the sitting United States president, he does not influence governmental policies relating to his field of operation.

Current trade disputes may favor businesses in the long run

Hussain Sajwan, the Damac owner, views free trade as a platform for business development. He says although at times markets are cyclical he still has a plan on how to survive and succeed these harsh economic realities. The focus is on providing better customer service, developing the brand name and expanding the team.

Sajwani is proud to say Damac properties contributed to the expansion of the Dubai property market since its creation in 2002. This was also contributed by the expatriate ownership. Sajwani says the visa laws were a favorable factor to the development in the region after 2012.

Brighter future as the London real estate market opens up

Damac properties see the positive side of expanding in London this is by ensuring positions are maintained. They also have focused on sites around the city of London on any project that seems productive. Damac owner, Husain Sajwani, further maintains that they are looking at this as a long-term goal.

This is especially based on research, they carried out in 2017 which proves the city to have potential. Damac properties have well established residential properties, golf, private villas and parks in Dubai. Their aim is however focused at the European cities. Their main aim is setting up a flagship golf course in Dubai.