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10/05/2021

Little Caesars Plans New England Expansion

Technology is at the heart of Little Caesars’ modern concept. At MURTEC Executive Summit and Showcase on Oct. 14, CIO Anita Klopfenstein will share how the brand is pivoting to a cloud-first, scalable platform with integration flexibility.
Anna Wolfe
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Technology is at the heart of Little Caesars’ modern concept.

Little Caesars is planning a major expansion in the New England region with a goal of awarding more than 50 new franchise units across Boston and Providence by 2026.

"New England's metropolitan cities—Boston and Providence especially—are filled with aspiring entrepreneurs who value technology and innovation," said Craig Sherwood, Little Caesars Vice President of Franchise Development. "Little Caesars has a long history of technological innovation, most recently marked by our Reserve-N-Ready® strategy, which makes ordering pizza even easier with our mobile app and our famous self-service Pizza Portal® pickup. As we continue innovating to support our growth, we are confident that Boston and Providence entrepreneurs will find our business model to be the perfect fit."

With more than 17 Little Caesars locations currently open and operating across the two cities, the brand is building momentum to expand as it is seeking both single-unit and multi-unit investors looking to grow their business across the Boston and Providence metropolitan areas.

At MURTEC Executive Summit and Showcase

 

Technology is at the heart of Little Caesars’ modern concept.  Little Caesars, the 2019 MURTEC Breakthrough Award Innovator for Customer Engagement, has embraced a wide number of technologies in recent years.  In support of a more convenient customer experience, the pizza chain successfully implemented a Reserve-N-Ready strategy, self-service mobile order pick-up station, better known as the Pizza Portal. At MURTEC Executive Summit and Showcase Oct 13-15 in Orlando, CIO Anita Klopfenstein will share how the brand is pivoting to a cloud-first, scalable platform with integration flexibility.

[This is just one of the dozens of educational sessions planned for the 2021 MURTEC Executive Summit and Showcase. The full agenda is available.]

Aligned with plans to rapidly pursue franchise development in the New England region, Little Caesars is participating in The Franchise Show in Boston at the Crowne Plaza Marlborough on Oct. 16-17.  Key executives from the Little Caesars franchise development team will be set up at Booth 224 throughout the show to discuss the brand's franchise opportunities with interested prospects from surrounding markets, specifically emphasizing Boston and Providence as key targets.

Little Caesars franchising investments start at around $360,000, with incentive programs available for veterans and first responders. Interested prospects should visit Franchise.LittleCaesars.com.