|Exchange:||NASDAQ national market|
|Stock:||Dunkin Brands Group Inc|
|Dunkin Brands Group Inc is incorporated in the state of Delaware in the year 2004. The company is a franchisor of quick service restaurants ‘QSRs’ serving hot and cold coffee and baked goods, as well as hard serve ice cream. The company franchises restaurants under its Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins brands. With over 16,000 points of distribution in approximately 57 countries, its portfolio has strong brand awareness in key markets around the globe and has industry market share in a number of growing categories of the QSR segment. The company is organized into four reporting segments: Dunkin’ Donuts U.S.: Dunkin’ Donuts is a U.S. QSR concept, with market positions in each of the coffee, donut, bagel, muffin and breakfast sandwich categories; Dunkin’ Donuts International: International Dunkin’ Donuts franchisees are responsible for sourcing their own supplies, subject to compliance with standards. They also produce their own donuts following the Dunkin’ Donuts brand’s approved processes. In certain countries, its international franchisees source virtually everything locally within their market while in others international franchisees may source virtually everything from the NDCP; Baskin-Robbins U.S.: Baskin-Robbins is the #1 QSR chain in the U.S. for servings of hard serve ice cream and develops and sells a full range of frozen ice cream treats such as cones, cakes, sundaes and frozen beverages; and Baskin-Robbins International: The Baskin-Robbins global manufacturing network is comprised of 15 facilities. These facilities supply both international and domestic markets with ice cream products. The Peterborough Facility serves many of company’s international markets, including the Middle East, Australia, China, Southeast Asia and Latin America. Certain international franchisees rely on third party owned facilities to supply ice cream and ice cream products to them, including a facility near Cork, Ireland, which supplies restaurants in Europe and the Middle East. The company own or have rights to trademarks, service marks or trade names that use in connection with the operation of business, including corporate names, logos and website names. Some of the trademarks the company own include Dunkin’ Donuts® and Baskin-Robbins®. It also sells products under several licensed brands, including, but not limited to, Oreo® and Reese’s®. The company competitors include: 7-Eleven, Burger King, Cold Stone Creamery, Dairy Queen, McDonald’s, Quick Trip, Starbucks, Subway, Tim Hortons, WaWa and Wendy’s, among others. It generates revenue from four primary sources: (i) royalty income and franchise fees associated with franchised restaurants, (ii) rental income from restaurant properties that the company lease or sublease to franchisees, (iii) sales of ice cream products to franchisees in certain international markets, and (iv) other income including fees for the licensing of its brands for products sold in non-franchised outlets, the licensing of the right to manufacture Baskin-Robbins ice cream sold to U.S. franchisees, refranchising gains, transfer fees from franchisees, revenue from company-owned restaurants, and online training fees.|
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