Papa John's (GB) Limited
About Papa John's (GB) Limited
The third largest pizza delivery company in the world with over 200 stores here in the UK and voted Pizza Delivery Company of the Year 2012. We believe in “Better Ingredients Better Pizza” and this is a promise our franchisees deliver every day.
Papa John’s are a worldwide company operating over 4,000 stores in 33 countries and have been trading since 1984.
We have many virgin territories for sale in the UK and incentives available for new franchisees. Our primary objective in the UK is to get to 500 stores giving us full geographical coverage, with 10,000 people employed within our system and network.
- Network Size: Over 100 units
- Franchise Type: Opportunity for both management and job
- Typical Start-up Cost: £175-220,000
- Minimum Personal Investment: £70,000
- Franchise Location: Retail unit
- Market: B2C
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We offer four weeks training, two of which are classroom-based at our training centre in Milton Keynes and the remaining two of which are in a store where you will learn the practical side of the operation.
Following successful completion you will be awarded our prestigious Restaurant Owners Certificate, allowing you to go on and operate you own store.
Daily Life of a Franchisee
The day in the life of a PJ’s franchisee is varied: from general office duties, to stock ordering and rotation, right through to taking telephone and over-the-counter orders, and preparing and baking the pizza. Our franchisees will also deliver the pizza to the customer’s door and will chat about the product and services we offer to ensure 100% satisfaction.
Papa John's (GB) Limited Case studies
Within just a few months of becoming a Papa John’s franchisee, Dan Wilkinson was up and running with five Papa John’s stores and he has ‘major’ plans to open a further 10-20 outlets after his army experience.
Amit Singh Anand
Amit, franchise owner of a Papa John’s in Middlesex, says he had the confidence to take on his store because it was already a successful franchise, and is now looking to take on another outlet.
Raheel Choudhary took on his first Papa John’s Pizza store eight years ago and now has nine stores within the M25.
Nash was previously a director in a London accounting firm and was a manager at Stratford College in Walthamstow for seven years before deciding to do something completely different...
This year Danny Saadany celebrates a decade as a Papa John’s franchisee. In that time he has seen the franchise company grow and develop and has learned many lessons along the way.
Peter first saw the opportunity in pizza when he was just 15 years old. Little did he know that just a few years after his work experience he would one day become the proud owner of the very same pizza outlet!