OzSpy’s flat pack store fit out here to stay

By Sarah Stowe | 29 Oct 2015 View comments

Electronic security retailer OzSpy has recently completed a 12 month trial of its environmental flat pack store fit out, which was designed with the brand's potential and existing franchisees in mind.

OzSpy's managing director, Craig Mitchell said the environmental flat pack option, which seeks to offer franchisees a more convenient and affordable alternative to complete store fit outs, has been well received.

“In the past an OzSpy fit out would have been in excess of $65,000 and taken teams of various professionals to design, manufacture and deploy.

“Now a new store can be rolled out within days and can be assembled by anyone who is able to put together flat pack furniture at a fraction of the previous cost,” he added.

Rockingham franchisee Andrew Goodgame, who was the first to install the new fit out, is all praise for the environmental flat pack.  

“Not only was I amazed at the beginning on being able to fit out the shop in a couple of days, and that there was virtually no waste, but one year later I am still more than happy with the professional, easy to maintain fit out that should last me for years to come,” he said.

Mitchell added OzSpy’s head office stocks multiple fit outs at any one time to ensure franchisees heading up both new and existing stores can access them easily and efficiently.

“This development was implemented to assist franchisees with an improvement in image, a reduction in environmental impact, easy maintenance and a massive reduction in costs” he said.