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Pizza Hut Pakistan to open 20 stores, employ 2,000 LAHORE, Pakistan -- Pizza Hut is planning to invest approximately 1 billion rupees (U.S. $17.2 million) to expand into Pakistan. According to the Daily Times, Manzar Riaz, CEO of Pizza Hut operations in the country, told the press on Feb. 7 that the money would be used to open about 20 new outlets and would create some 2,000 new jobs. He said there are immediate plans to open outlets in the cities of Peshawar and Faisalabad, as well as plans to set up kiosks at high-traffic public places such as railway stations. Pizza Hut Pakistan Pizza hut Pakistan started its operations in 1994. Presently it has a total of more than eight outlets in the country. Pizza Hut, a fully foreign full-service franchise, has plans to open a total of 25 branches in Pakistan by year 2004. During the past year of operations Pizza Hut, sales have grown at around a rate of 22-25 percent per annum. Though Pizza Hut is a full service foreign Franchise, it does not face much competition from other foreign franchises. The entrance of Pizza Hut in Pakistan has changed the trend in food service industry in many ways. As a result of which the four and five-star hotels are worried about their restaurant business as Pizza Hut offers a choice for the people to try out quality food in full service restaurant with an ambiance. It also made many local fast food chains to completely renovate their premises to improve their eating atmosphere, he added. Pizza Hut is fully owned by Yum Brands, which has franchise rights for the whole of Pakistan and employs over 500 people at all levels. Dining-in-contributes 60 percent to Pizza Huts revenues while take-away and deliveries make up 27 percent and 13 percent of the revenue respectively. All Pizza Hut outlets deliver and serve both lunch and dinner between 12 noon to 12 midnights. Pizza hut is satisfied with return on its investment. While Pizza Hut also serves varieties of Italian food it is primarily identified with a single dish, as its name suggestsPizza. Strictly complying to the strict hygienic and quality standards of its Principal Yum Brands, the governing body of its organizer which has the final say in the approval of every single ingredient and toppings, Pizza Hut has added local ingredients to maintain the local taste. Apart from regular toppings Pizza Hut has added many local toppings

such as Chicken Tikka in addition to local vegetables such as locally grown mushroom in summerimported canned mushrooms are used when local substitute is out of season. The majority of ingredients including the basic flour, mozzarella cheese, and tomato concentrated, beef and beef pepperoni are all imported to maintain the strict quality standards set by the Yum Brands. Pizza Hut Type Industry Founded Founder(s) Headquarters Wholly owned subsidiary Restaurants Wichita, Kansas (1958) Dan and Frank Carney Plano, Texas, U.S. David C Novak, Chairman Scott Bergren, President Tom Corbett, Best Customer Italian-American cuisine pizza pasta desserts 30,000+ PepsiCo (19771997) Yum! Brands (1997present)

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This is a timeline of the history of Pizza Hut.

Pizza Hut was founded in 1958 by brothers Dan and Frank Carney in their hometown of Wichita, Kansas.[1] When a friend suggested opening a pizza parlor, they agreed that the idea could prove successful, and they borrowed $600 from their mother to start a business with partner John Bender. Renting a small building at 503 South Bluff in downtown Wichita and purchasing secondhand equipment to make pizzas, the Carneys and Bender opened the first "Pizza Hut" restaurant; on opening night, they gave pizza away to encourage community interest. They chose the name "Pizza Hut" since the sign they purchased only had enough space for nine characters and spaces. Additional restaurants were opened, with the first franchise unit opening in 1959 in Topeka, Kansas. The original Pizza Hut building was later relocated to the Wichita State University campus. Contents [hide]

1 United States o 1.1 Early history o 1.2 Turmoil brings new structure in early 1970s o 1.3 PepsiCo buys out company in 1977 o 1.4 Strong growth in late 1980s and early 1990s o 1.5 Declining profits in mid-1990s o 1.6 Disappearance of Eat-In and Rise of Take-out 2 References

[edit] United States [edit] Early history Pizza Hut was founded in 1958 by brothers Dan and Frank Carney in their hometown of Wichita, Kansas. When a friend suggested opening a pizza parlorthen a raritythey agreed that the idea could prove successful, and they borrowed $600 from their mother to start a business with partner John Bender. Renting a small building at 503 South Bluff in downtown Wichita and purchasing secondhand equipment to make pizzas, the Carneys and Bender opened the first Pizza Hut restaurant; on opening night, they gave pizza away to encourage community interest. A year later, in 1959, Pizza Hut was incorporated in Kansas, and Dick Hassur opened the first franchise unit in Topeka. In the early 1960s Pizza Hut grew on the strength of aggressive marketing of the pizza restaurant idea. In 1962, the Carney brothers bought out the interest held by Bender, and Robert Chisholm joined the company as treasurer. In 1966, when the number of Pizza Hut franchise units had grown to 145, a home office was established to coordinate the businesses from Wichita. Two years later, the first Pizza Hut franchise was opened in Canada. This was followed by the establishment of the International Pizza Hut Franchise Holders Association (IPHFHA). It aimed at acquiring 40 percent of the company's franchise operations, or 120 stores, and adding them to the six outlets wholly owned by Pizza Hut.

The acquisitions, however, brought turmoil to the chain. Varied accounting systems used by the previous franchise owners had to be merged into one operating system, a process that took eight months to complete. In the meantime, sales flattened and profits tumbled. [edit] Turmoil brings new structure in early 1970s In early 1970 Frank Carney decided that the company practice of relying on statistics from its annual report to inform its business strategy was inadequate, and that a more developed, longterm business plan was necessary. The turning point occurred when Pizza Hut went public and began growing at an unprecedented pace. Carney said in 1972, "We about lost control of the operations. Then we figured out that we had to learn how to plan." In 1970, Pizza Hut opened units in Munich, Germany, and Sydney, Australia. That same year, the chain's 500th restaurant opened, in Nashville, Tennessee. Further acquisitions that year included an 80 percent stake in Ready Italy, a frozen crust maker, and a joint venture, Sunflower Food Processors, formed with Sunflower Beef, Inc. The same year, the menus for all restaurants added sandwiches to the staple "Thin 'n Crispy" pizza offering. In 1971, Pizza Hut became the world's largest pizza chain, according to sales and number of restaurantsthen just more than 1,000 in all. A year later the chain gained a listing on the New York Stock Exchange. Pizza Hut also achieved, for the first time, a one million dollar sales week in the U.S. market. At the end of 1972, Pizza Hut made its long-anticipated offer of 410,000 shares of common stock to the public. The company expanded by purchasing three restaurant divisions: Taco Kid, Next Door, and the Flaming Steer. In addition, Pizza Hut acquired Franchise Services, Inc., a restaurant supply company, and J & G Food Company, Inc., a food and supplies distributor. The company also added a second distribution center in Peoria, Illinois. In 1973, Pizza Hut expanded further by opening outlets in Japan and Great Britain. Three years later the chain had more than 100 restaurants outside the United States and two thousand units in its franchise network. The company's 2,000th restaurant was opened in Independence, Missouri. It also established the 35 by 65 meter red-roof Pizza Hut restaurant building as the regulation size for all its new establishments. The new construction standard called for free-standing buildings built in a distinctive one-story brick design. The sites seated from 60 to 120 people. Advertising played an increasingly influential role at Pizza Hut at this time, broadening the chain's public profile. Campaigns were run on both a national and local level in the U.S. market. Spending on local advertising increased from $942,000 in 1972 to $3.17 million in 1974. [edit] PepsiCo buys out company in 1977 In 1977 Pizza Hut merged with PepsiCo, becoming a division of the global soft drink and food conglomerate. Sales that year reached $436 million, and a new $10 million dollar headquarters office opened in Wichita. People continued to eat outside their homes, especially as convenience and price-competitiveness in the fast food industry gained importance.

The 1980s brought new competitors to Pizza Hut, all challenging its number one position in the pizza restaurant trade, then worth $15 billion in sales annually in the United States alone. While in the 1970s the company's main competitors had been regional chains like Dallas-based Pizza Inn, Denver-based Shakey's, and Phoenix-based Village Inn and Straw Hat, fierce competition in the 1980s brought new entrants into the quick-service pizza category, including Little Caesar's, Domino's Pizza International, and Pizza Express. To raise its profile, Pizza Hut introduced "Pan Pizza" in 1980 throughout its network. The product, with a thicker crust made in deep pans, soon became popular. The success of new additions to Pizza Hut's menu was facilitated by the marketing resources provided by PepsiCo. For example, in 1983 Pizza Hut introduced "Personal Pan Pizza," offering customers a fiveminute guarantee that their single-serving pizzas would arrive quickly and steaming hot. The aim was to make a quick, affordable pizza the ideal lunchtime meal. Another addition to the chain's menu was "Hand-Tossed Traditional Pizza," which was introduced in 1988. [edit] Strong growth in late 1980s and early 1990s In 1984 Steven Reinemund was appointed president and chief executive officer of Pizza Hut. He oversaw a period of unprecedented growth for the pizza chain. In 1986 Pizza Hut opened its 5,000th franchise unit, in Dallas, Texas, and began its successful home delivery service. By the 1990s the delivery and carryout business had grown to account for approximately 25 percent of the company's total sales. In 1990 Pizza Hut opened its first restaurant in Moscow. Russians' pizza of choice, "Moskva," a pie topped with sardines, tuna, mackerel, salmon, and onion, became a favorite at the Moscow Pizza Hut. The Moscow location quickly established itself as Pizza Hut's highest volume unit in the world. Restaurants just behind in total volume served were found in France, Hong Kong, Finland, and Britain. Other favorite toppings for pizzas in countries other than the United States included sauerkraut and onion, and spinach, ham, and onion. In Hong Kong corned beef and Canadian bacon were favorites, while Asians and Australians seemed to enjoy various curry pizzas. Competition in the United States was heightened in 1991 when McDonald's, the world's largest hamburger fast food chain, put "McPizza" on its menu in several test markets and even offered home delivery to customers. Despite this effort and the economic recession of the early 1990s, Pizza Hut continued to profit. Company sales at the pizza chain were up ten percent worldwide to $5.3 billion in 1991 as growing health awareness and the popularity of vegetarian lifestyles had prompted many people to reconsider pizza as a nutritious alternative to greasy fast food fare. Pizza Hut Delivery, the home delivery operation, provided $1.2 billion in sales alone, and overall Pizza Hut sales, added to those of PepsiCo subsidiaries Taco Bell and KFC (formerly Kentucky Fried Chicken), gave the parent company more than $21 billion in sales that year on its restaurant and fast food side. In the early 1990s Pizza Hut was concerned with making itself more accessible. Drive-through units were added for customers' convenience, and Pizza Hut Express units were being developed. The Express unit originated in shopping malls, where it provided customers with fast food at

affordable prices made possible by lower operating overheads. Since that time, Pizza Hut positioned Express units in school cafeterias, sports arenas, office buildings, and major airports. The company saw nontraditional locations as the fastest-growing sector of its operations in the first half of the 1990s. PepsiCo's corporate sponsorship of Pizza Hut included funding the Book It! National Reading Incentive Program, which encouraged higher literacy rates among young people. The reward for better reading ability was free pizza at any Pizza Hut. In 1992, the Book It! program involved more than 17 million students in North America alone, and Pizza Hut received letters of endorsement that year from President George Bush and Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander. PepsiCo took advantage of global change following the end of the Cold War, expanding Pizza Hut into new and emerging markets. In 1991 PepsiCo had restaurant outlets in 80 countries worldwide. Wayne Calloway, chairman of PepsiCo, indicated he wished to see continued growth with the approach of the 21st century. He commented, "The major question for international restaurant growth is, 'How fast can we get there?' A steadily growing interest in eating away from home and the continued gravitation to convenience foods are creating an atmosphere of excitement for our restaurants." Pizza Hut restaurants had spread to 90 countries by 1997. [edit] Declining profits in mid-1990s In 1994 several changes resulted in the company's first decline in operating profits in 15 years. The pizza market was no longer growing; fast food rivals cut prices; and investment in new outlets was draining corporate resources. PepsiCo's restaurant division saw sales in restaurants open at least one year fall six percent in 1994, contributing to a drop in profits of 21 percent (to $295 million). In an effort to change this disturbing direction, Roger A. Enrico moved from PepsiCo's beverage and snack food divisions to head the restaurant division in 1994. His first move was to heavily promote a new product: stuffed crust pizza, a pizza with a ring of mozzarella folded into the outer edge of the crust. The company used a massive advertising campaign to promote the new product, including television commercials that paired celebrities eating their pizzas crust first. Some indicators were promising: market share rose from 25.6 to 27 percent; 1995 sales increased 16 percent to $5.2 billion; and operating income rose to $414 million, up 40 percent from the year before. In 1996 Pizza Hut planned to introduce a major new product each year and two or three line extensions. The following year it followed through on this course, introducing Totally New Pizzas with 67 percent more toppings than previous pizzas and thicker sauce. The company allocated $50 million for the project, part of which was to be used to install new or improved ovens. In 1996 Pizza Hut accounted for 17 percent of PepsiCo's total sales and 13 percent of its operating profit. However, these gains could not offset the drain that capital investment placed on PepsiCo's other divisions. The parent company's return on assets was significantly greater in its beverage and snack food divisions than in its restaurant division. In the late 1990s, PepsiCo drew together its restaurant businesses, including Pizza Hut, Taco Bell, and KFC. All operations were now

overseen by a single senior manager, and most back office operations, including payroll, data processing, and accounts payable, were combined. In January 1997 the company announced plans to spin off this restaurant division, creating an independent publicly traded company called Tricon Global Restaurants, Inc. The formal plan, approved by the PepsiCo board of directors in August 1997, stipulated that each PepsiCo shareholder would receive one share of Tricon stock for every ten shares of PepsiCo stock owned. The plan also required Tricon to pay a one-time distribution of $4.5 billion at the time of the spinoff. If approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission, the spinoff would take place on October 6, 1997. Enrico, who had risen to the position of PepsiCo CEO, explained the move: "Our goal in taking these steps is to dramatically sharpen PepsiCo's focus. Our restaurant business has tremendous financial strength and a very bright future. However, given the distinctly different dynamics of restaurants and packaged goods, we believe all our businesses can better flourish with two separate and distinct managements and corporate structures." [edit] Disappearance of Eat-In and Rise of Take-out Since after 2000, Pizza Hut Red Roof restaurants have been starting to go out of business, or be converted into the "new" Pizza Hut called Pizza Hut Express. Currently, hundreds of Pizza Hut eat-in restaurants have gone out of business and demolished, or they have been converted into Pizza Hut Expresses. The History of Pizza Hut

The history of Pizza hut began in 1958, when what is now the world's largest pizza franchise was born. Today the Pizza hut company is part of the Pepsi Empire, but back then two brothers's borrowed $600 from their mother and started to forge the history of Pizza hut. Pizza Hut has subsequently branched out and developed franchises all over the world. In fact it is diversity that has made the history of pizza hut so successful. Their menus and recipes are not the same, different locations use different suppliers and different toppings, according to the demand of their clients. The building block of the history of pizza hut has been this diversity, not often present in such a large concern. The Commercial History of Pizza Hut The whole history of pizza hut has been achieved

The first Pizza Hut is located in Kansas at the Wichita State University Campus. It was opened in 1958 by Frank and Dan Carney, 2 brothers who studied at the university.

through innovation, but the history of pizza hut really took off with amalgamation into the Pepsi Company and more aggressive marketing techniques especially in the take out market. Not surprisingly over the years Pizza hut had to reinvent the pizza again and introduce a healthier style of pizza. Pizza in itself is not the unhealthiest meal, but it is laden with unnecessary calories and fats when cheese is added. Pizza hut was forced to add new taste combinations to their menus that offered a lower fat alternative. It is now possible to select between three to eight toppings depending on the prices you have paid. This lower fat alternative offers a leaner option of chicken or ham and between two and six fresh vegetables toppings. Pizza hut cannot be accused of not listening to their customers, when a Dallas survey declared that most people like to dip their slices of pizza into a sauce. Pizza hut quickly conducted their own survey online and then added dippers to their pizza menus. Fun Facts in Pizza Hut History

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Pizza hut are the world's largest user of cheese, one of their secret recipes is the Insider pizza and that alone uses a pound of cheese. on each pizza. Over the course of a summer it is estimated that Pizza hut uses a 100 million pounds of cheese. Pizza Hut uses more than 300 million pounds of cheese annually. To make that amount of cheese requires 360 million gallons of milk. Pizza Hut purchases more than 3 percent of all cheese production in the United States , which requires a herd of about 170,000 dairy cows to produce it. They also use 700.000.000 pounds of pepperoni and 525.000.000 pound of tomatoes in one year. In 2010 Pizza hut history was made again, when they were the first national pizza franchise to allow their customers to order online in Spanish. Ringo Starr (the drummer of the Beatles) played in a Pizza Hut commercial in 1995, together with The Monkees. Gorbachev (the former president of the USSR) also played in a Pizza Hut commercial. In 2001 Pizza Hut sponsored a pizza delivery to the international space station. One of the bad guys in the movie Spaceballs is called Pizza the Hutt. The oldest Pizza Hut that is still functional is in Wichita, Kansas. Organisational Structure of Pizza Hut - February 5th, 2011 Pizza Hut (corporately known as Pizza Hut, Inc.) is an American restaurant chain and international franchise that offers different styles of pizza along with side dishes including pasta, buffalo wings, breadsticks, and garlic bread. Pizza Hut is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. (the world's largest restaurant company[2]) with approximately 34,000 restaurants, delivery/carry-out locations, and kiosks in 100 countries. President Charles Morrison Chairman of the Board

Mark Schwarz Director James Zielke Director William Hammett Director Steven Johnson Director Clinton Coleman Director Ramon Phillips Director Robert Page Franchise Development DC COO Madison Jobe Franchising WO Brand DM Finance & Accounting NE Marketing KS

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It is important that the name and post of each staff member is clearly and appropriately indicated on this chart. Terminals are not to cross over one another in a nonsensical manner! Another words the communication between each terminal has to be conducted in an orderly manner, usually from top to bottom or bottom to top without crossing over to different departments or posts if those departments or posts are not within the command channel. The best way for different departments to communicate to each other is by department heads or if communication has to take place between departments on a lower level in the chain of command it has to be with the consent of the managers or department heads so there is no unintentional miscommunication and disruption in the flow of the operation. This is not to create a dictatorship, but to create a sane environment where particles and communications can flow flawlessly without any confusion. To further accomplish this ideal scene, it would be best to divide the business into two major divisions, the division of communication and the division of organization. The division of communication would consist of executives, communications and dissemination and the division of organization would consist of income and disbursement, production and quality control and department of image and public information.
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Background The world-renowned Pizza chain, globally known as Pizza Hut , was initiated in the year 1958 by brothers Dan and Frank Carney in their hometown of Wichita, Kansas. Pizza Hut Inc., commonly referred to simply as Pizza Hut , is an American restaurant chain and international franchise that offers a variety of delicious Pizzas alongside other mouth-watering menu items including a wide range of Starters, Soups & Salads, Pastas, Sandwiches, Desserts and Beverages. Pizza Hut is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc. There are more than 6,000 Pizza Hut restaurants in the United States, and another 5,600+ store located in 94 other countries across the world. Pizza Hut Pakistan Pizza Hut initiated its operations in Pakistan with its first restaurant way back in 1993. The journey that started then continues to this day, as the chain consists of over 40 outlets spread all across Pakistan, and is arguably the largest restaurant chain in Pakistan. Karachi the business hub of the nation also serves as the most populous consumer focal point for Pizza Hut in Pakistan. The Clifton outlet of Pizza Hut has won numerous regional rewards for exceptionally high sales volumes, thanks to the loyalty of Our Customers. The team at Pizza Hut has launched various amazing flavors and toppings during our time here, in addition to our beloved and timeless classics, and continually strives to deliver new and ever-better tastes. The critically acclaimed topping, Chicken Tikka, which has swept the world since its creation, was introduced for the first time in Pakistan. Our Customers prefer us because of our innovative products and concepts, and the consistently high level of service, quality and standards that we set and meet every day. This is the mantra we uphold in all our restaurants, touching the lives of hundreds and thousands on a daily basis. Concept and format

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Pizza Hut serves YOU in the manner most befitting our original concept of family-style enjoyment with our assorted dinein locations, store-front delivery and hybrid locations that offer both delivery as well as the option of dining-in. Many fullsize Pizza Hut restaurants offer various deals such as discounts, vouchers, all you can eat buffets and more: to find out more about what deals you could enjoy, please enquire in-store today at your local Pizza Hut. For more updates, enjoyment, and involvement with us, keep yourself close to us

Garlic Bread Four pieces of freshly baked French bread with garlic butter & herb toppings.
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Garlic Bread Supreme Four baked pieces of garlic bread smothered with melted, real mozzarella cheese. Chicken Wings Oven baked hot & spicy chicken wings.
Rs. 170 for 6 Pcs. Rs. 320 for 12 Pcs. Rs. 145

Garlic Mushrooms Sliced mushrooms, oven baked in garlic butter, served piping hot with garlic bread.
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Potato Skins Baked potato sides with pure mozzarella cheese topped with tomatoes and special seasoning served with our sumptous sour cream; all our own recipe
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Spicy Wedges Crispy potato wedges covered with spicy herbs & seasonings.
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Behari Chicken Spin Rolls 4 pieces of spin rolls, rolled in tortilla bread, stuffed with our special behari chicken chunks, sweet corn and jalapenos. Served with a sauce for dipping.
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BBQ Chicken Spin Rolls BBQ Chicken chunks rolled in light tortilla bread, suffered with red and green onions, mozzarella & parmesan cheese and a bit of butter. Served with BBQ sausce; its bound to leave a lasting impression!
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Pizza Hut Platter 1 Our oven baked chicken wings, generous portion of zesty potato wedges and 4 pieces of behari chicken spin rolls, rolled in light tortilla bread, sprinkled with parmesan and mozzarella cheese. Served with garlic mayo sauce for dipping.
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Rs. 185 for 6 Pcs. Rs. 350 for 12 Pcs.

Pizza Hut Platter 2 Our flaming wings, a portion of spicy wedges and four pieces of our BBQ chicken spin rolls, rolled in light tortilla bread, sprinkled with parmesan and mozzarella cheese. Served with a dip sauce.
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