Webinar On-Demand: Protect Revenue and Profitability for Your Pizzeria


Pizzerias need strategies to adapt to crises in order to remain in business and protect profitability. The two ways of ensuring survival are by protecting revenue and reducing costs. And the right technology can help.


View our webinar and hear from Mike Nelson, Owner of Little Pops Pizza about how he has adjusted marketing strategies and streamlined operations to handle sudden changes in customer preferences during COVID-19. 


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Jamie Swartz,
Product Marketing Director, HungerRush

Jamie leads the marketing direction and strategic vision for HungerRush’s portfolio set. She is an experienced technology marketing executive with over 16 years of experience in building web, mobile and digital platform applications for a multitude of industries including Oil & Gas, Energy, Digital publishing, Waste Management and the Technology sector; focused on customer journey mapping, app design, business intelligence, and campaign design, development, and conversion marketing.
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Mike Nelson,
Owner, Little Pops Pizza
Growing up in Dutchess County, New York, 65-miles north of NYC, Little Pops Pizza is passionate about New York Pizza and Old School Italian Flavors. Never owning a restaurant and needing a career change, in 2014 he took a leap of faith and opened Little Pops Pizza in Naperville, IL. He and his wife were determined to share their family’s legacy and memories delivering a slice of authentic mom and pop New York pizzeria restaurant culture to the Midwest.