Bakery franchise recruiting 85 franchises in 10 year expansion plan – is your state on the radar?

By Sarah Stowe | 02 Sep 2016 View comments

Banjo’s Bakery Cafes is recruiting 85 franchisees in the next 10 years. Find out if your state is on the radar. BanjoÕs Bakery Cafes is recruiting 85 franchisees in the next 10 years. Image: aroundyou.com.au

Founded in Tasmania in 1984, Banjo’s is renowned for fresh baked bread, cakes, slices and pies. With almost 40 stores across Australia, the brand is on the search for franchisees.

“Banjo’s is focussed on growth and have plans to grow to 85 bakeries in the next 10 years,” said Jessica Saxby, CEO.

“There is a geographical focus currently on South East Queensland, particularly the Sunshine Coast with 5 bakeries now at Cleveland, Redcliffe, Maroochydore, Beerwah and Warana,” she added.

The initial investment of a Banjo’s franchise ranges between $400,000 and $800,000, depending on the size of the site, its location, the extent of works required and any financial incentives are negotiated with the landlord.

Like the sound of Banjo’s? Find out more about becoming a franchisee.