Kisses from Italy
From Fame to Franchise | 03/07/2023 |
Celebrity Chef Scott Conant and Franchise Developer Fransmart Raise Profile of Kisses from Italy
We’re pleased today to reintroduce a previously profiled company to our roster of high-quality stories with Kisses From Italy Inc. (OTCQB:KITL), a publicly listed U.S.-based company, restaurant chain operator, franchisor, and product distributor with locations in the United States, Canada and Europe. Kisses From Italy made the exciting announcement last week of its plans to form an alliance with American celebrity chef, Food Network star, restaurateur and cookbook author Scott Conant to develop a new restaurant concept.
Two simple things have made this opportunity come to fruition for Kisses From Italy, according to president, co-CEO and co-founder, Michele Di Turi: hard work and dedication.
In addition to the strategic alliance with Food Network Star, Scott Conant, Kisses From Italy has a worldwide industry leader in the global franchise development market, Fransmart, as a current advisor to play the key role of serving as the group’s exclusive global franchise developer and representative.
Dan Rowe, founder and CEO of Fransmart, stated,
“The Italian QSR and fast casual space is wide open. With Scott’s ability to create amazing food and Claudio and Michael’s business acumen and financial expertise, no doubt, we believe that we are going to create the category killer and a most successful Italian fast casual concept.”
Now, let us introduce you to two-time James Beard Award-winning chef, cookbook author, and TV personality, Chef Scott Conant.
With 35 years of experience under his belt, Conant brings a deft touch and unwavering passion to creating culinary experiences with thoughtful hospitality and soulful cuisine. He has an impressive portfolio of acclaimed restaurants, four published cookbooks and has been a recurring judge on Food Network’s Chopped as well as a frequent co-host of Beat Bobby Flay.
When it comes to Conant and how he feels about his future with Kisses from Italy and Fransmart, he couldn’t be more excited.
“To have the chance to create this fast casual brand together is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. There is something magical when a group of creatives can sit in a room and see all the through lines come together. We are developing something spectacular that not only is craveable, but is reminiscent of childhood nostalgia and the connectivity of gathering around the table,” Conant explained.
Like Di Turi mentioned, Kisses From Italy is a company that houses different brands and concepts and has future plans of continuing the expansion. The alliance with Scott Conant will allow the Company to continue to add additional brands and concepts in different food categories which will then allow Kisses from Italy to leverage supply chain and its overhead expenses across all lines, leading to significant growth in the future.
About Kisses from Italy Inc.:
Kisses from Italy Inc. is a U.S.-based restaurant chain operator, franchisor, and product distributor with locations in North America and Europe. The Company offers a quick-service menu and a unique take on traditional Italian delicacies with an All-American flair. Kisses from Italy offerings include sandwiches, salads, Italian roasted coffee, coffee-related beverage, and an array of other products.
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