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Cartridge World | computer & telecommunications
The largest, most experienced cartridge refilling company worldwide. Franchisees operate from retail premises, refilling cartridges, retailing new cartridges and other printer consumables. Operating worldwide. Easily learned, full training provided. Includes stock, plant, training and licence fee.
Investment required: from $100,000 - $125,000view opportunity
Computer Troubleshooters | computer & telecommunications
Do you have what it takes to be a Computer Troubleshooter? We are looking for entrepreneurs to join our well established franchise network. Computer Troubleshooters is a global ICT support franchise, first established in 1997 and operating in 300 locations across 15 countries. www.computertroubleshooters.co.nz
Investment required: from $27,500view opportunity
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