Eagle Boys Pizza manager moves to Franchised Food Company

  • March 5, 2013
  • Sophie Langley

Former Eagle Boys Franchise Development Manager Phill Tucker has been appointed the new Head of Business Development for Franchised Food Company (FFCo).

Specialising in the ‘fun treats market’, the Franchised Food Company umbrella incorporates the brands Cold Rock Ice Creamery, Mr Whippy, Pretzel World and Nutshack.

“The tasty treats market is filled with opportunity for solid growth and future success and I’m confident Phill is the man to assist FFCo in reaching our company goals and vision,” said Stan Gordon, Franchised Food Company CEO.

“We are delighted to welcome Phill to the team and believe his expertise in the franchising sector will prove a valuable addition to all the Franchised Food Company brands. We have our sights set on big things for FFCo moving forward and we’re really excited to have Phill as part of the team,” said Gordon.

Tucker joined Eagle Boys Pizza in 2004 and moved up through the ranks to become responsible for franchisee recruitment and business negations. His involvement in the pizza company saw the brand grow from 150 franchisees to today’s 330 stores across Australia.

“I’m thrilled to have been given this opportunity with Franchised Food Company and am looking forward to bringing my years of experience within the franchising sector to help develop the FFCo brands,” said Tucker.  “I’ve got a lot of enthusiasm coming into this company; as FFCo has already made some fantastic progress in the industry.”

Founded by current CEO Gordon in 2009, the company is proudly 100 per cent Australian-owned and is the country’s biggest multi-system non-listed franchisor, with over 160 stores nationwide.

Franchised Food Company has a new development manager


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