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Oporto New Zealand | food and beverage
Oporto chicken and burgers are big on taste and even bigger on value. With 20+ years in Australia and close to 15 years in New Zealand we have a proven franchise model. Seeking committed, energetic, entrepreneurs wanting to establish a long-term business with a strong brand.
Investment required: from $350,000 + gstview listing
Green Acres | home services
Green Acres, the largest and most successful home services group in New Zealand, started in 1991 and is still growing. Franchises available: home cleaning, commercial cleaning, lawn and garden care, car valet, pool valet or home maintenance services with Hire a Hubby, our sister company.
Investment required: from from $24,000 finance availableview listing
EmbroidMe | business & commercial
The world's largest embroidery, screen printing and promotional products franchise. EmbroidMe focuses on the business to business market providing high quality branded apparel and promotional products. Customised apparel with promotional merchandise and advertising speciality items. No prior experience required.
Investment required: from From $95,000view listing
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