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Virtual Pizza Startup Pizzatime is a Revival during the pandemic

A pizza catering service started virtual parties and meetings which was launched in 2019. Pizzatime came back online in 2020 after covid 19 hits and the customers started asking for the service. Today there are an average of 175 virtual pizza parties booked a month, and it projected revenue of $1.5 million for 2021.

Pizzatime hosted virtual parties for major corporate customers including teams at Nike, Spotify,  Adobe, Casper, Amazon, IBM, HBO, Walmart, and more. Famous businesses and work teams are not only customers.

They also hosted birthday parties and family gatherings. The company also added bonuses like trivia hosts, stand-up comedians, DJs, group yoga, and more. The startup also launched coffee time which is the sister company serving coffee breaks.

The company Pizzatime founder Josh Gross currently runs a digital agency called planetary. He was a freelance web designer and developer. In 2020 the company received emails from many people interrogating about the reasons why it was shut down. The company received orders for parties of 10, 20, 30 people, and the number of parties per month basically increased 100% month over month all of last year.

PayPal has planned 29-hour event for its 23,000 global employees, with performances from the international drum and bass DJ Annie Mac, “TRON LED dancers,” cocktail and mocktail workshops, a drag show, and “Rua the Illusionist.Pizzatime really shines in closing a deal from a webinar or making a virtual conference feel more memorable. Google and Intel are also leaving it up to individual departments to figure out how to celebrate virtually.

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