PRLog - May 13, 2014 - VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- A new report from Franchise Chatter, the most comprehensive information resource for franchisees on the web, uses industry analysts’ views and reports to declare the fast-casual custom pizza segment “the hottest franchise concept of 2014.”
Published on franchisechatter.com, the new report looks at the latest developments and growth within the fast-casual custom pizza segment, which has been drawing increasing interest among investors as new brands look toward explosive expansion, spreading the concept across the country.
“There are now dozens of brands in this segment, which could become as popular as frozen yogurt franchises were a few years ago,” said Ambrosio Cantada, founder of Franchise Chatter. “As these companies gain market share, we know potential franchisees will want to read about the future of this segment of the pizza category, and which brands may end up on top. “
Since 2008, a growing number of companies has moved into the custom pizza segment by establishing fast-casual restaurants in which customers choose their ingredients—
Using the Fast Casual Pizza Cluster Report from Technomic research firm as well as Franchise Chatter interviews with various brand executives and industry analysts, Franchise Chatter’s report is an up-to-date account of what’s going on in the segment and which brands are considered the early leaders in growth.
In addition to an industry overview, the comprehensive Franchise Chatter report also includes updates on specific brands it has identified for having the greatest growth potential over the next five years.
For more information, click on the Hottest Franchise Concept of 2014 banner on the Franchise Chatter website.
About Franchise Chatter: Since 2011, Franchise Chatter has been reporting on the frozen yogurt industry, as well as hundreds of other franchise concepts and brands, to become the definitive resource for those interested in franchise opportunities. It asks the questions investors need to know answers to, as well as those they might not think of asking. By talking to executives of leading brands as well as some of the most successful franchisees across the country, Franchise Chatter reports on growing brands as well as those that might be struggling. The website also examines the profit potential of all the major brands with its FDD Talk feature.