Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
The Pizza Delivery and Takeaway Franchises industry has boomed over the past five years. Operating within the fast-food sector, which offers convenience and affordability, the industry has refined its offerings to adapt to shifts in consumer preferences. As the Australian palate evolves, the store numbers and revenue of operators focusing on high-quality and fresh ingredients have grown rapidly. The industry's early adoption of technology and advanced online ordering platforms has also assisted growth. Some operators have reported that up to half of food orders are now placed online through a range of channels, including tablet computers, smartphones and Facebook. Total industry revenue is expected to grow by an impressive 6.1% per annum over the five years through 2012-13... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Investment Chapter
The Pizza Delivery and Takeaway Franchises industry has a moderate level of capital intensity. IBISWorld estimates that for every $1.00 operators invest in labour in 2012-13, they will invest $0.13 in capital. The main capital requirements revolve around cooking equipment and technology. The industry's level of capital intensity has increased slightly over the past five years. Pizza franchise operations have increasingly sought to provide a high-end service, which requires more investment in store interiors and equipment, and have increased their reliance on technology such as internet ordering.
A reasonably high level of labour is, and always will be, a feature of the industry... purchase to read more