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About Pizza Hut
Pizza Hut doesn’t need much of an introduction. The world’s largest pizza company, it originated in Wichita Kansas back in 1958 as a small, 25 seat restaurant, but quickly expanded, establishing itself as a brand in the UK in 1973 first as a restaurant chain, then in 1988 as a pizza delivery service.
Offering franchise partnerships from 2000, it now has 320 delivery stores across the UK and Ireland - but it doesn’t intend to stop there. With sights set high, its aim is for at least 700 delivery franchises across the nation.
Pizza Hut Delivery isn’t currently looking for owner-operators who are content with opening no more than a couple of stores. The investment level required from a new franchisee is, at the very least, £130,000- £150,000 in easily accessible, liquid funds.
This is to ensure future investors have the backing in place to grow to a minimum of four-six stores as quickly as possible and complement the existing growth strategy.
As a franchisee you will receive full, ongoing training and support tailored to your requirements and experience, plus the use of the Pizza Hut brand and tried and tested systems. Day to day support is provided by Franchise Business Managers, Acquisitions Managers and experts in all the key functions such as marketing, new product development and training.
If you have sufficient funding, are passionate about the Pizza Hut brand, fanatical about customer service, can demonstrate a history of business success, and are prepared to dedicate the time required to run a successful pizza delivery business, then this could be the next venture you’re looking for.
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Pizza Hut doesn’t need much of an introduction. The world’s largest...£130,000 Minimum Investment