Edmontonr – A fire early Wednesday in the Edmonton commercial building that houses Maximo's Pizza and Donair caused an estimated $1.5 million in damage, Edmonton Fire Rescue Services says. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
Is your pizzeria's lease coming up for renewal soon? Here are a few commercial lease renewal “do’s and don’ts” that Dale Willerton – The Lease Coach – will be discussing in more detail as a featured speaker at the Canadian Pizza Summit on Monday, Oct.15, in Toronto.
Winnipeg – A Winnipeg restaurant owner says the construction that has torn up the street in front of his business is taking a chunk out of his bottom line. CBC News reports. | READ MORE
We have seen far too many pizzeria tenants pay too much monthly rent to their landlords. What many such tenants may not realize is that this regular expense can be decreased if handled properly!
Have you had previous experience in the pizza industry but now want to open your own pizzeria? Do you want to feel more comfortable negotiating a new lease? While you will have acquired some important knowledge about baking and serving pizzas, there is still much to be learned about hanging your own shingle (in any business).
While there are plenty of things you can do right now to lower your pizzeria’s impact on the environment, having a long-term plan is a smart move, says Lucy Cullen, a consultant with Terus, a Toronto-based sustainability consulting company for restaurants.
Lighting can be an important way to attract customers to your pizzeria and highlight your pizzas and other fare. It is also important to use lighting sensibly and to understand some of the basic principles of retail lighting so as a pizzeria owner you can achieve the benefits of good lighting and avoid pitfalls.
As we speak throughout North America, we routinely advise our audiences of the importance of proper site selection. The commercial space chosen by a tenant can, in fact, be a deciding factor in the success or failure of the business.
Toronto – The old way of handling wastewater from industry in Ontario municipalities is not working, and smaller businesses in particular need solutions to manage the problem "at source" that are affordable and practical, according to a panel discussing the adoption of onsite and sustainable water solutions. Bloom Sustainability Applied reports. | READ MORE
Simcoe, Ont. – The rapid increase in electricity costs in the past five years has been challenging for business. Politics, clean-energy initiatives and the economy – they all affect the energy market and they have all had their part to play in rising prices.
Measure twice so you pay only once.
If you’ve been in business for more than five years and you haven’t done any improvements or renovations to your location, you probably already know that your place could use an update.
Relocating your pizzeria to a more desirable area requires a big commitment and the decision should be made only after you’ve done extensive research to determine if it would benefit your business.
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Calgary Franchise Show
February 9-10, 2019
Toronto Franchise Show
February 23-24, 2019
Restaurants Canada Show
February 24-26, 2019
International Pizza Expo
March 4-7, 2019
Edmonton Franchise Show
March 23-24, 2019
Bakery Showcase Montreal
May 5-6, 2019