When Tonia and Luigi Scarrione took on the La Porchetta franchise at Frankston in Melbourne in 1999, it was a complete role reversal of how the husband and wife had run their previous business.
From non-English speaking immigrant to head of a restaurant franchise chain…what does it take to be a successful female franchisor? We asked Sara Pantaleo, CEO, at La Porchetta, to share her insights.
Italian restaurant franchise La Porchetta has donated $5,000 to its latest charitable concern, the Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
Italian casual dining chain La Porchetta is among the hospitality brands which will be showcasing their franchise offers at the Sydney Franchising & Business Opportunities Expo in March 2015. We
What does it take to sustain a retail food business for 30 years? In 2015 La Porchetta celebrates its 30th anniversary, joining a select few Australian franchises that measure their
How can you work towards 100 percent profitability across a franchise network? In this video interview, franchisor Sara Pantaleo reveals how La Porchetta approaches profitability.