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Coffee News NZ

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Local publication Coffee News has been a staple in NZ hospitality venues for over 20 years. It’s perfect for a small business (or a starting real estate agent) to create positive cashflow in challenging market conditions. Average operator works one day per week.

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The Opportunity

Coffee News is a great tool for new real estate agents (or small business owners) because it allows you to become the connector in your local community, build relationships and generate positive cashflow while you are building your Real Estate business (or small business in general).

We want you to focus on your Real Estate Career (or small business)! Whilst Coffee News is hard work initially, it will really benefit your Real Estate career when applied in the right way. We’ll teach you!

Position yourself as a connector in your local community, which naturally builds trust by putting yourself in the middle of your local area.

You completely control your advertising message and place those messages in your publication where you want them to be in your own publication…..

Skills & Training

No skills required. A background in sales is a benefit. Full training with ongoing guidance when required. You'll have an outgoing and friendly personality.

Areas Available

Hamilton, Palmerston North, Wanganui, Gisborne, Taupo, Wellington, Timaru, Queenstown, Invercargill.

Franchisee Comments

"I sell real estate and run our local Coffee News one day per week. This gives me the opportunity to build trust in the local community while creating positive cash flow in a challenging housing market." Paul Bayer, Hibiscus Coast

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