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Scratchpad | leisure & education,computer & telecommunications
Scratchpad is a new technology learning centre concept with the goal to equip youngsters for the future and become creators of technology. They will learn to use, love and create opportunities with technology including coding, robotics, 3D design and printing, artificial intelligence and more. We are expanding and are looking for future-focused people with a passion for technology to run their own Scratchpad centres.
Investment required: from $120,000view opportunity
Number Nurses | business & commercial
We are looking for accountants, CAs, CPAs, Bookkeepers to become part of our Number Nurses team. We offer Xero and Xero add-on set up, training & management, along with a range of bookkeeping services.
Investment required: from $15,000view opportunity
Palmers | retail
New Zealand’s largest garden centre chain established in 1958. Offering both metropolitan and provincial opportunities. Serious business opportunity for motivated and capable business person/s. Growth market.
Investment required: from $350,000view opportunity
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