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50+ niche businesses prove Jim’s is so much more than mowing


Jim’s Mowing – everyone’s heard of the garden services business that launched in 1982 and franchised in 1989. But did you know the Jim’s brand is so much more? Today founder

Work from home with a Mobile App City franchise


In today’s new normal remote working has become a common daily habit. And for many of us working from home is a solution to the challenges of achieving some sort

An Aussie pie without meat – Ferguson Plarre’s plant-based pastry treats hit the spot


What’s a meat pie without meat? Well, heritage family-owned firm Ferguson Plarre Bakehouses reckons its brand new meat-free pie is an absolute winner. The iconic Victorian business is right on trend with

$6.3bn rental market expected to rise through to 2024


Revenue for the furniture, appliance and equipment rental industry has risen at a slow pace over the past five years, reports IbisWorld. It estimated the total revenue in this sector for

Forty Winks backs Aussie businesses in new partnership


Aussie bedding retail specialist Forty Winks is backing local manufacturers through its partnership with the Australian Made Campaign. The new tie-in follows Forty Winks’ history of offering top quality Australian Made

5 top tips for buying a cleaning franchise


What do you need to know before you sign up to a cleaning franchise? Here are some top tips to help you understand the business better. 1. Find out what is

Red Rooster and Sydney Roosters celebrate new deal


There’s a new premiere partnership on the sporting scene. NRL premieres, Sydney Roosters, have signed a deal with Aussie born and bred chicken chain Red Rooster. That means footy fans

Banjo’s Bakery Cafe pie combo gives franchisees a winter boost


The latest Banjo’s Bakery Café pie combo, Bangers and Mash Pie, is hot out of the oven to tempt Aussie customers into franchisee stores over winter. All 41 Banjo’s Bakery Cafe outlets

Before you buy a franchise, talk to the experts


The ACCC is only one source of information for people thinking of buying a franchise. There are two other important sources that we recommend you consider. Invest in advice Make

Budget buys: a franchise for under $30,000


Buying a business doesn’t need to be an expensive option . In fact you can buy a franchise for less than $30,000 and get back-up and support to help you