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A Proven, A to Z Guide To

Starting A Profitable Pizza

Business
As Featured In Pizza Mag

and Industry Media Sites









 

Overview


Starting A Pizza Business A to Z.com is a website run by pizzeria owners that have dedicated their time to offering their pizza business expertise and experience so that any one, regardless of where they live, may quickly and easily start a pizzeria with minimal risk.

 

Featured in numerous publications, and online Since 1995, we have been providing the most authoritative information on how to quickly and easily start a pizza business with little to no experience and no money.

 

Pizza is one of America's favorite foods, and very popular around the globe, but what makes the pizza industry so attractive is the fact that pizza is easy, cheap and quick to prepare, and if you're selling it, profit margins are astronomical.

 

If you purchase your ingredients from a wholesale food distributor, you could be making up to a 2000% profit from each pizza made.  Now, what kind of other product can you produce in 10-15 minutes with a markup like that?

 

The pizza business is a multi-billion dollar a year industry that anyone can tap into, regardless if you live in a highly populated area where there's a pizza shop on every corner.

 

The reality is that there are so many pizzeria's because there are few businesses that are able to yield thousands of percentages in profits in less than 15 minutes.

 

What we did was created a simple, turnkey business startup guide that can be applied to any country in the world.  The beauty of it is that it can be followed easily and is written in laymen's terms so that you can and will be able to set up your business and begin making money selling pizza's.

 

Our Internationally Renown pizza business startup plan has been featured in magazines, media sites and on T.V. for its ease of use, while offering a bulleted, point by point task list to start your pizza business.

 

 

 

 
 


 

Establishing A Business With A Franchise or Independent Store


When looking to enter the pizza business, you'll need to figure out if you want to open a franchise, purchase an established business, or launch a new business.

 

Within our eBook, you will find all of the information you need to decide how you want to get started in the business by analyzing the pro's and con's with each model.

 

Below, you will find the three options to choose from:

 

1.  Buying Into A Franchise: You may want to buy a pizza franchise.   Meaning, you'll basically choose which popular name brand pizza chain you want to open a store with, and then inquire about franchise opportunities.  However, because it's a franchise, you will be required to give up to 30-40% of your profits to the company.  Even though it's turn key and they supply you with all of the equipment, materials and training, you'll still need to come up with capital and you'll end up giving away a percentage of your income for the life of the business....

 

2.  Purchasing An Established Pizzeria: One of the more popular, but pricier ways to enter the business is to purchase an already established pizza shop that is well known in your area which has a good reputation.  Purchasing a restaurant business varies in cost depending on the size of the business.  This is a good option if you have enough capital.  If you're interested in this route, we'll show you how to identify a profitable business and make a bid if with the proper financing or capital in place.

 

3.  Open A New Pizza Shop (recommended):  Opening your own pizza shop is what we recommend, since it's cheaper and using our guide, you will be able to follow a simple step-by-step plan to which will minimize any risk and maximize profits.  The key to is to separate yourself from the competition by offering better or unique pizza and customer incentives.  We show you everything from A to Z to get your business off the ground and making money.

 

 

 

 

Domestic & International Business Startup Plan

 

What sets our Pizza Business Startup Plan from any other guide offered on or offline, is the fact that the authors are actual pizza business owners from 32 other countries making it a universal business startup guide that can be applied within the U.S., Canada & abroad.

 

Regardless of which country you live, what language you speak or your economy, you will not find a more effective, turnkey pizza business startup guide offered on or offline.  This is a real world business guide packed with everything you need to get started making money in the pizza business.

 


Time, Cost and General Risk Factors

General Risk Factors:
Time, Cost & Risk Factors really don't even exist when starting a small pizzeria, because you will be able to follow a step-by-step, proven, time-tested, industry start-up formula that has been used by successful restaurant business owners for decades.
 
The primary concern that most pizzeria / restaurant business owners have is COST. Well, as described in our startup guide kit, you must assess your current situation and set a cap on how much you can spend on equipment, business expenses & food costs.
 
It can be a difficult thing to do, but our guide addresses all major concerns and provides you with the tools necessary to start generating income regardless of your current financial situation.
 
Simply start out small, then gradually grow your business.
 
Time:
Whether you are opening a small take-out restaurant or a large restaurant that can seat 100 + people, our guide will provide a simple, battle tested, step-by-step approach to launching your operation in a minimal amount of time.
 
Funding Your Operation:
The biggest concern above all is financing your endeavor. Did you know that nearly every country's government, especially in the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, and states throughout Europe have programs in place to assist new businesses launch their operations, regardless of industry. That's right! The government's goal is to improve the economy by adding new jobs, and one great way to do that is to support LEGITIMATE small business endeavors that will help create employment opportunities.
 
Within our featured guidebook, we provide you with all government contacts covering nearly every country in the world where you can apply for Food Industry Business Startup Assistance & Financing. Grants in general do not have to be paid back if the business fails.


 

Funding Sources - Investors - Government Grants

 

What's really great about our featured ebook on how to start a pizza business, is that you'll find thousands of Domestic & International Investors that invest solely in small to large independent and chain pizza restaurants.   Simply contact the individuals and companies in the list to submit your proposal and payback plan.

 

No matter what you live in the world, we know that you will find a funding source should you need capital.  If opening a small take out pizzeria, then you will most likely not need funding.

 

GOVERNMENT GRANT SOURCES THAT YOU NEVER HAVE TO PAY BACK:

 

OUR MASSIVE GRANT SECTION: Within our government grants section, you'll find hundreds of links to websites & contacts that you use to obtain capital for your business endeavor, regardless of how big or small.  The government's goals are to add new jobs, and the way to do that is investing in small businesses.

 

 

Licensing, Permits, Zoning, Registration & Tax Number


There's a lot to consider when it comes to starting a pizza shop.  For example, before you jump in and begin selling pizza's, you'll need to be authorized to do so "if applicable" in the area you decide to conduct business in.

Depending on the country you live, you may or may not need a Food License, Permits, Zoning Certificates, and a Federal Tax Number.  We do recommend forming a company in your state or region so that when you do advertise your business, nobody else will be able to take your name and it offers multiple levels of protection. 

To find out which licenses and permits are required for you to set up your pizza restaurant, call your local or state corporate licensing division.

At minimum, you may need a Food license which will authorize you to sell food to the public.

Within our eBook, you will find all of the resources, links & contact information for you to register a fictitious name which will enable you to immediately establish yourself in your neighborhood. Being legal and protecting your business will help ensure long term success and viability.


 


 

 

Distinguishing Yourself From The Competition


If you ask any pizza shop owner, they are sure to tell you that if you're able to offer up a unique pizza, you will immediately will win client loyalty.

 

Within our eBook, you will find an entire section dedicated to offering unique styles of pizza making and presentation that will set your business apart from the rest of the local competition.   We cannot emphasize enough on offering something that clients will come back to.

 

Focusing on certain types of pizza, or dedicating your business to just one type, such as organic pizza may be a winning number for your local pizza market as it has for us.   Full in-depth knowledge, tips & techniques are provided in the guide.

 

Below, you will find lists of the different varieties and types of pizza's that you can specialize in to offer up a unique niche product to your clients.



Varieties of Pizza Types of Pizzas
 
 



Commercial Pizza Recipes You Can Use For Free Which Is Included With The Purchase of Our eBook





When you purchase our featured eBook on how to start a pizza business, you will receive our commercial grade database of Pizza Recipes we and other top restaurants have put together so that you will be able to immediately begin making and selling restaurant style quality pizzas.

With over 200 unique pizza recipes, that will prove be a valuable resource when launching your new pizza shop, regarding of which country you live in.  Simply pick and choose the types of pizza and dough, and create a business.

Click Here to Find Out More About Our Pizza Recipe .pdf File






 












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