Being prepared to handle a crisis can mean the difference between keeping a pizzeria open or shutting the doors for good.
With diagnoses of Celiac disease on the rise, adding gluten-free items to the menu can help broaden a restaurant's customer base.
Motor vehicle accidents can be costly to both a delivery driver and a pizzeria operator, but the implementation of training programs can help reduce their number.
Digital menu boards are changing the way pizzerias are communicating with customers, enhancing flexibility and increasing ROI.
Tomatoes are an integral part of the pizza industry, and canned tomatoes offer a convenient and inexpensive way for pizzerias to offer customers high quality at a low cost. But when choosing a prepared tomato or pizza sauce, it's important to understand the origins of the sauce and the methods and ingredients used to create it.
An effective salesmanship training program can help offset declining customer counts and sales. Suggestive selling, add-on selling and up-selling of high profit menu items can add 5% to 10% to your check average.
Before diving into the online ordering world, it's important to ask the right questions. While online ordering is increasingly popular, careful consideration before implementation can save both money and time. Knowing the goal of online ordering, trends and the impact of the recession can help make an online ordering implementation more successful.
Reckless drivers and dangerous customers can leave a restaurant owner feeling vulnerable. One accident by a delivery driver or a dangerous customer can leave an owner liable. However, there are precautions that can be taken so owners can protect their customers, their drivers and themselves.
Online ordering is a fast-growing part of the pizza business. Advances in technology and a generation that has grown up with computers all make online ordering easier than ever. For small pizzerias, its important to develop an online ordering system in order to stay competitive.
Delivery insurance can be crucial to a restaurant that delivers. The cost of even one accident can quickly mount up. Learn what to consider when choosing the most appropriate delivery insurance.
This guide features insight from operators and equipment manufacturers on ways to set up your pizza kitchen to ensure the maximum return on your investment.
Franchised pizza chains occupy more than 60 percent of the U.S. pizza market, with new and improved concepts emerging almost daily. If you're looking to get into the pizza business, look no further than the PizzaMarketplace.com guide, Selecting a Pizza Franchise. It contains everything you need to know to enter the competitive pizza market.
Point-of-sale systems can be a valuable partner when it comes to marketing a restaurant. By building a customer database using POS systems, operators can make their marketing dollars work harder.