Started in 2009 by Aditya Shah, Juno's Pizza believed in making food that everyone enjoys eating. Their products are prepared based on the secret recipe using natural, chemical-free ingredients prepared by Aditya's Grandma.
Juno's Pizza was acquired by Cure Foods in 2022.
With operations and business being well established, the founder Aditya Shah wanted to bring in efficiencies and focus on driving growth and profitability.
March 2018 - November 2018
How we helped a fast-growing pizza chain structure their growth plan and drive efficiency
We gathered the sales data for the last 18 months and deep-dived to identify the trends, store-wise sales, category-wise contribution, highest contributors, lowest contributors, internal sales contribution, 3rd party sales contribution, profitability etc.
Based on the analysis and insights we identified areas of improvement and bucketed them into Process Improvements, Operational Controls, Financial Controls and Strategic Focus areas.
We started with creating an Annual Business Plan that covered store-wise sales, category-wise sales, store-wise profitability, business seasonalities, and internal sales to external sales ratio.
Below were the key findings during the analysis and business planning:
With our focused approach and initiatives we delivered the following:
Juno's Pizza grew by 38% YOY in 2018-19, turned positive on their Outlet Level EBITDA (from 0.4% to 13%) and improved the Company Level EBITDA (from -37% to -17%). Juno's Pizza was acquired by Cure Foods in 2022.
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