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Pizza Franchise Opportunities

If you've ever dreamed of opening your own restaurant, take advantage of the opportunity to purchase a pizza franchise. Taking the guesswork out of the process of starting your own restaurant, these franchises give you the resources and support you'll need to run a successful business. Pizza franchises are available for sale in multiple geographic markets. Explore the wide variety of franchises and business opportunities for sale in this category by clicking on the links below and remember to inquire to multiple opportunities to learn which business is right for you.

Vocelli Pizza

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Cash Required: $100,000

Category: Food Franchise

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When you enter the pizza restaurant market, you are sure to face plenty of competition in virtually every geographical area. There are two ways to look at that competition – you can see it as a threat or proof of a solid customer base. For example, if plenty of pizza restaurants already thrive in your local area, you know that customers in that area love pizza. With that out of the way, you can turn your efforts toward marketing ideas that will help you earn a healthy share of the available revenue.

Identify the Ideal Target

You already know that you’ll be selling pizza to people who live in your town or city, but who is explicitly a good target for this new venture? Kids love pizza, of course, so that’s a good starting point. But plenty of adults love pizza as well, so marketing only to kids would be missing out on an ample opportunity. You should be able to lean on your chosen franchise for support in identifying your target customer groups and picking marketing methods that will be most likely to find them.

Choosing a Location

Picking a location for your pizza restaurant comes down to balancing the need for affordable space with the desire for plenty of foot and vehicle traffic. Pizza is generally a low-cost food, meaning it can be an impulse buy for many customers. Some of your customers will head out looking specifically for pizza, while others will just be going by and decide that a slice sounds tasty. Your knowledge of the local area, along with guidance from the franchisor, should help you settle on the right spot to open up.

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