PinkFit - (Home and Building)
Licensees work with merchant partners to provide a total insulation service to new home builders and retrofit insulation to existing homes. Licensees generally operate this business from home, employing their own staff, and operating their own vehicles. This enhances potential returns to licensees.
Capital required : $30,000
Palmers - (Retail)
New Zealand’s largest garden centre chain established in 1958. Offering both metropolitan and provincial opportunities.
Capital required : $350,000
The Cheesecake Shop - (Food and Beverage)
The Cheesecake Shop has been trading in New Zealand since 1995 and continues to expand rapidly across New Zealand with multiple franchise opportunities available in Wellington, Christchurch and Auckland. The business was established in 1991 and has developed into a network of 200 cake shops operating across Australia, New Zealand, Poland and the United Kingdom. With The Cheesecake Shop franchise, you don’t need to be a baker. Our excellent training course teaches you how to make our wonderful desserts in just 4 weeks.
Capital required : $200,000
Touch Up Guys - (Auto Services)
New Zealand’s premier mobile paint and bumper repair franchise. High quality car paint restoration services to commercial and private customers. Professional, reliable, cost effective and convenient.
Capital required : $88,000
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