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Helping you and your business reach new heights

with a passion for great service and a memorable experience that brings people together

Welcome to Piazzoni Hospitality Services

Based in Northland but servicing food businesses across New Zealand, PHS is a consultancy service that was born in response to seeing the devastating impact that a nationwide lock down had on businesses within the hospitality sector.  

Owner operator, Andrea Pijacun was working in a management role in food service and events at the time and could not help but feel for the many business owners who were struggling and tirelessly trying to keep their businesses alive.  She wanted to do something to help these businesses in the industry that she loves so much. 

After some very meticulous planning, she decided to leave her current position at the time and get to work helping her fellow hospitality professionals get back on their feet.  As risky as that move was, given the dire situation with so many having lost their jobs because of the pandemic, it is a risk that she is proud to have taken with no regret.  Sometimes we all just need a bit of help and that is the essence of what Piazzoni Hospitality Services is all about.

The time to act, is now.

Many businesses reach a stale mate because of their hesitation to adapt to change and respond to factors
that can have a profound impact on their business.

Working alongside you
with tailored advice
and support

As a business owner, you have poured your heart and soul into establishing yourself in the market.  Nothing pleases us more than being able to join you on that journey and helping you continue to grow.

Business Plan

Having an idea is one thing, knowing whether it meets a need is another.  At the start up phase of starting a new business or expanding on an existing one, your very first step is to develop a sound business plan based on market research which identifies the following:

  • What problem or need you are solving;
  • What your value proposition will be in the market;
  • What resources and capabilities you will need to have;
  • Who your competitors are and their point of difference;
  • How you will compete in the marketplace;
  • What branding strategy you will employ for marketing;
  • What exit strategy will be used if you change your course of direction.

Growth Strategy

All businesses need to have the right resources and an extensive pool of knowledge to draw on and how they exploit these is crucial for their ongoing development and growth.  It is about knowing how to balance your short term gains with your long term gains and the process of how you will do that in a way that enables you to measure its effectiveness.

  • Are you still meeting a need or solving a problem?
  • How well is your current strategy working?
  • Are you seeing the results you expected?
  • Where would you position yourself at an industry level?
  • What are the factors positively influencing your growth?
  • What are the pain points preventing your growth?
  • Do you have the necessary resources and capabilities?
  • What is needed to reach your customer segments?
  • How can you measure the effectiveness of your plans?


Your brand is more than just a logo and name.  It is about elevating what it is that makes you unique.  Your mission, vision, values – all of which show a potential customer or client why they should you come to you instead of a competitor.

  • Logo Design
  • Business Cards
  • Letterheads
  • Email Signature
  • Social Media Profile
  • Website
  • Blog
  • Merchandise
  • Packaging

Product Development

Every idea should start with a plan to ensure that you are meeting a need or solving a problem that creates demand in the market.  The only way to do this is to dedicate some time and resources into research and development in order to test the feasibility of your idea.

  • What is your idea?
  • Which customer segments will it appeal to?
  • Are there any competitors with the same or similar product?
  • What will your point of difference be in order to offer value?
  • What resources can you exploit to make this idea work?
  • What are the capabilities of your company to deal with demand?
  • Are there any external factors that could hinder your success?
  • Does the idea lead to a short or long term gain?

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