“Understandably, I was a little nervous about becoming a Kleenit franchisee. It was a big step, and in retrospect it was a great move.
Jason Cotton felt that the franchise route offered the ability to run his own business. It enabled him to set up and execute his own schedules and calendar appointment’s in all areas of the business.
Barry Ranson and his wife don't regret their journey as Clark Rubber franchisees and share their story thus far.
Mooloolaba based Mark and Kathy Blake weren’t specifically looking for a franchise opportunity but they were looking for a business that met strict criteria including financial return; Gelatissimo fit perfectly. Buying an existing franchise four years ago, there was a hands-on period, but they are now able to accommodate their other business interests.
After working as an employee at Australia’s leading kebab franchise, Chris Sammut from East Maitland, NSW decided to cash in on his experience by opening one of his own Ali Baba franchises. His outlet at Green Hills Shopping Centre is now one of the company’s top performing stores.