Friday August 14, 2020

Supermac’s boss McDonagh plans expansion abroad

Irish burger king is unruffled by McDonalds legal row

7th May, 2017
Pat McDonagh of Supermac’s: ‘We are not going to endanger ourselves by, say, opening ten outlets’ Picture: Michael Dillon

Supermac’s boss Pat McDonagh is planning international expansion for his fast food chain regardless of the outcome of his ongoing trademark battle with McDonald’s.

McDonagh is in the midst of a major dispute with the global fast food chain about the use of the names of Supermac’s products outside of Ireland.

In a wide-ranging interview with this newspaper, McDonagh criticised the amount of red tape involved in doing business...

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