Domino’s Pizza in Poland has raised £1m through the open offer it launched just before Christmas, receiving valid acceptances in respect of 1,076,080 shares, which represented a take-up of 64.56%. On 23 December, the company announced details of the open offer, in which it had conditionally raised net proceeds of £2.58m by means of a placing through the issue of c.4.5 million shares at 60p per share and also, to provide shareholders who had not taken part in the placing with an opportunity to invest in the company. Peter Shaw, chief executive, said: “We are very pleased with the level of open offer take up, which demonstrates the strength of ongoing and widening support for our strategy.” In December, the group reached its year-end target of operating an estate of 12 stores in Poland, after opening a further two sites in Warsaw.