Cambridge Homes - (Home and Building)
We are offering driven, motivated people the opportunity to become a Cambridge Homes franchisee. Our motto is to be with you every step of the way. This means that our team are dedicated to assisting you through the entire home building process.
Capital required : $150,000
Cutshop - (Home and Building)
As the business partner to kitchen and wardrobe retailers, interior fit-out specialists, and designers of bespoke products all over New Zealand, owning a Cutshop® is an opportunity not to be missed as home renovation projects are going through the roof.
Capital required : $1.2m
Pit Stop - (Auto Services)
The largest automotive service franchise in New Zealand. Pit Stop is an automotive service and repair franchise which specialises in vehicle servicing, brakes, exhausts, suspension, WOF checks and general auto repair.
Capital required : $100,000+
Stirling Sports - (Retail)
We play to win by delivering world-class retail experiences, inspired by sport, executed with style. Stirling Sports will provide all the training and support to build and sustain your business. Opportunities available throughout New Zealand. Retail experience is an advantage but not essential.
Capital required : $340,000
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