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Commercial Customers Utilize a Variety of Pizza Oven Styles and Business Models

Jul 06, 2018

Forno Bravo makes Commercial Pizza Ovens for all kinds of businesses, from fully mobile operations to fast-casual pizzerias to high-end dining at a vineyard. In this blog, we’re going to visit with three owners who have each taken a different business path as they followed their passion for delicious food. Ultimately, all three made a Forno Bravo wood fired oven part of their journey. Read on to meet Diedra Keogh of... Read More

FireWithin Hosts Upcoming Class for Mobile Pizza Business Owners

May 11, 2018

July 20-23rd, 2018, our friends at FireWithin will be hosting a Wood-Fired University course in Denver, CO. This 3-day mobile wood-fired business and pizza intensive is a great way to power start your company and improve your cooking skills in one class. This will be the 42nd offering of the course. With 8 years of teaching this course and thousands of graduates— that’s experience you can trust! What’s It About? Taught... Read More

Business Support Available for Wood Fired Concessionaires from Fire Within

Mar 16, 2018

Opening a new wood fired mobile business can be an exciting adventure! Forno Bravo ovens are perfect compliments to mobile trailers and concessionaire businesses. Fire Within, a company out of Denver, CO has worked closely with Forno Bravo for many years and offers excellent resources for new business owners to help get them started or to continue on their culinary journey.   Going Back to School for Hands-On Training New... Read More

What Happens Next? – A Girl and Her Dragon

Sep 20, 2017

I am leaving for college in 10 days. TEN DAYS. People react in a number of interesting ways when I tell them that little factoid. Some immediately begin gushing about their college experience. Some just laugh a little, noticing my parents out of the corner of their eyes. A few have told me that the real fun starts in grad school, while the rest just say congratulations (joyfully to me,... Read More

The Bay Area’s Very Own Dragon… Thank You Kylie.

Jun 16, 2017

Everyone once in awhile we meet a Wood-Fired Community member whose imagination and determination are so unstoppable, it’s hard to believe what they can accomplish. Kylie Holland of A Girl and Her Dragon Pizza is one of those people. Just over two years ago, Kylie became the youngest mobile pizza business owner in the country. Since then she has served thousands of pies and earned a reputation for her amazing... Read More

A Girl and Her Dragon – Taxes and Finance

Apr 10, 2017

I love running A Girl and Her Dragon Pizza, I really do. I love making pizza, eating pizza, seeing how happy other people are to eat my pizza, the works. I love trying new recipes, shopping for ingredients, experimenting with new toppings and combinations. Essentially, I love pizza It was only after starting the business that I realized that pizza was not the be-all end-all (sacrilege, I know). I anticipated... Read More

A Girl and Her Dragon – Marketing Part 2

Jan 25, 2017

This blog is part of a two-part series on how I’ve approached marketing A Girl and Her Dragon Pizza. Last month’s blog ended with an overview of my first tentative foray into catering marketing. I listed the almost disturbing number of promotional items and random surfaces I’ve put my logo on, from t-shirts and tablecloths to tents and aprons (we recently bought two foot by one-foot car magnets as well).... Read More

A Girl and Her Dragon – Marketing Part I

Dec 01, 2016

This blog is part of a two-part series on how I’ve approached marketing A Girl and Her Dragon Pizza. I apologize for the delay; I’m in the middle of applying to colleges so things have been a bit hectic! I am not what you would call a “natural marketer.” As you can imagine, this small deficiency presents a bit of a problem in a business that requires near constant promotion... Read More

A Girl and Her Dragon – Don’t Panic

Oct 04, 2016

No matter how long you’ve been catering, or how many times you’ve run through every part of the pizza making process, every once in a while you’re going to hit a snag and things are going to teeter on the edge of falling apart. I felt this keenly a couple of months ago, standing in front a fire that would not start, stupidly having let myself run out of kindling,... Read More

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