Name someone who doesn’t love pizza – hard to do right? It’s because pizza has been a classic, all-time favorite for any and every social gathering. It’s the food that you crave at late night, and would still want to eat in the morning. Now, there are a lot of pizza parlors who cook and provide pizza for the pizza loving public and one of the staple and classic pizza parlors is Papa John’s Pizza. They have been around for a good and recognizable number of years and we can’t deny that they whip up quality pizza.
With the competition rising up, a lot of pizza chains are rising and every business is trying their best to outshine each other with new innovations, flavors, gimmicks to attract the public to order pizza from there, and be a loyal customer to their pizza chain. Papa John’s being a classic pizza parlor that sticks to its traditional recipes and traditional cuisine – they are bound to get caught up with the times and lose a significant number of customers to new pizza parlors that offer new twists to their products. In the past few years, CEO Steve Ritchie has experienced and witnessed a grave decline in their sales – their loyalty from their customers were fading and the business is losing. Their store sales are distinguishably and significantly low in performance, and this was gravely affecting the company.
According to people.equilar.com, Steve Ritchie did not run out of hope though, he is optimistic and he is positive that he can still turn things around and make things better for the company. But he saw that he need not change his products, but change the outlook of the employees working for the company. The company has rebranded and has put more focus into training its employees – a solid foundation is the key to reviving the company. From this, and making sure that the employees are effective and efficient – customers started to come back and the performance of the sales were slowly starting to rise up. Til this day, Papa John’s along with Steve Ritchie are still working hardly to get the pizza parlor back on its feet. Check out Papa John’s on Facebook.
Steve Ritchie’s profile: https://insiderlouisville.com/tag/steve-ritchie/