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Super Shuttle | business & commercial
Super Shuttle has grown into New Zealand’s favourite airport transfer business with over 140 vans operating out of 12 airports. We’re enjoying the tourism boom and we’re looking for business partners to take on some of our regional businesses and make them their own.
Investment required: from $115,000view listing
EmbroidMe | business & commercial
The world's largest embroidery, screen printing and promotional products franchise. EmbroidMe focuses on the business to business market providing high quality branded apparel and promotional products. Customised apparel with promotional merchandise and advertising speciality items. No prior experience required.
Investment required: from From $95,000view listing
Cobb & Co. | food and beverage
Welcome back to Cobb & Co., New Zealand's original restaurant chain. With unbeatable brand recognition, enviable buying power, proven profitability and on-going support from Cobb Group, it’s not hard to see why owning a Cobb & Co. is a special opportunity.
Investment required: from $500,000view listing
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