2013 March: Million in One Dollar Club

2013 March: Million in One Dollar Club

How do you climb to the mountaintop in the pizza business? You’ll have the opportunity to learn about routes already taken from our panel of super-successful operators, all of whom oversee restaurants that bring in $1 million-plus in annual revenues with a single unit. They’ll share methods—and a few trade secrets—for outcompeting the big chainsMore »

2009 December: Expo News

By Bill Oakley, Executive V.P.

Did you know we’re pulling out all the stops to make sure next year’s Expo is the largest and best show ever? You’ve continued to ask us to add more educational opportunities, so next year we’re offering you more than 70 business building seminars to choose from. And that’s not all: we’ve lined up severalMore »

2009 October: Expo News

2009 October: Expo News

I’ve got some exciting news to share regarding next year’s International Pizza Expo®, March 2–4, at the Las Vegas Convention Center. I’m pleased to announce that we’ve lined up two of the pizza industry’s most infl uential and recognizable personalities to jump-start your day and provide you with motivation and insight. This year our featuredMore »

2009 November: Expo News

2009 November: Expo News

Can you imagine a show floor larger than four football fields with nothing but pizza-related supplies, equipment and services? At Pizza Expo® you’ll be able to shop, sample and network with your pizza peers from around the world. International Pizza Expo® — the “Show of Shows” for the Pizza Industry — is the place toMore »

2009 September: Eye On The Prize

2009 September: Eye On The Prize

Of three pizza competitions won by Jodi Aufdencamp, the first in 2001 was arguably the easiest: held in Columbus, Ohio, a few convenient miles from her shop, Mama Mimi’s Take ‘N Bake Pizza. Forced to carry just one cooler to the contest, Aufdencamp had only to make a great pie. But her trip with husband,More »

2013 March: Expo News

Bill Oakley, Executive Vice President

In today’s business climate, it’s not just about knowing how to produce a quality pizza or understanding your customers’ needs and wants if you want to maintain and grow your pizzeria. Attending an industry trade show is the best vehicle for obtaining new knowledge, insight and ideas that can help you position your pizzeria forMore »