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Investing in a coffeeshop franchise can be one of the best decisions you ever make, but you have to know what you are doing. Read More
There are several reasons that make the Gold Coast, a Silicon Valley of Australia. Its natural beauty, lifestyle, dynamic culture & infrastructure, together make it a preferred location to study, live and travel... Read More
Should you buy and existing business or start your own? There are pros with each option and you need to know them before you decide on what to do. Read More
All investments come with risk, but there are take-away restaurants well worth purchasing, you just have to know what to look out for to ensure you make a great investment. Read More
It’s important to know what kind of businesses are suitable for becoming franchised and which are not when looking to franchise your business. Read More

Is a Restaurant a Good Business to Buy?

Is a Restaurant a Good Business to Buy? - http://www.business2sell.com.au Avatar Posted by ChelseaLeigh under Strategy
From http://www.business2sell.com.au 2551 days ago
Made Hot by: justretweet on December 9, 2014 10:53 am
A restaurant can be an excellent buy, but also the worst purchase you ever made. Be informed before you buy. Read More
There are many aspects to the negotiation process. The key thing is to know the business, the market, the seller and your own interest and then negotiate point by point to get the best deal... Read More
There are many who are wishing to purchase or invest in their dream business. There are so many available on the market that you need to keep your eyes open for the perfect business opportunity. This article goes into detail about 'How to spot a Great business Opportunity'. Read More
Managing a businesses communication is vital to the efficiency of the business. If done correctly the business can flourish if not managed correctly it can all go downhill... Read More
There are over 600 franchise systems running in New Zealand at present as per a study conducted by Massey University. But as far as a systematic law specific to franchising is concerned, New Zealand hasn’t set any yet. So, to simplify there is no legislation or law particularly for franchising in N Read More
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