Battery World Australia
Battery World Australia is upskilling employees through a partnership with TAFE. The education institutions in Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria offer staff the chance to undertake a Certificate II
Shawn Kerr was one of McDonald’s youngest franchisees and then brought US brands Carls Jr and Cinnabon to Australia. Now he is firing up an Australian national retailer. Kerr stepped into his
National niche retailer Battery World is celebrating the opening of its 100th store, its 20th year of trading, and at the same time introducing a new franchisee agreement with reduced royalties and lower fees.
The Coffee Club has a new general manager of marketing. Nick Vincent has been in franchising for 12 years and has 20 years experience in retail across a range of
Battery World Australia has its eyes set on Sydney-siders looking for franchising opportunities with its latest marketing campaign.
Battery World‘s Ipswich store has taken out the top title at the franchise’s annual national conference, being named Franchisee of the Year and also claiming a prize for Marketing Excellence.
For the first time in its 16-year history, Battery World rewarded its franchisees by taking its national conference overseas despite the tough economic climate. More than 240 Australian franchisees, management
Franchisees’ gross profit across the Battery World network has grown while the company has recorded almost 20 per cent like for like growth on its previous year’s trading. General manager
Ruthie Farrar is used to working in male dominated industries. Before she and her husband became Battery World franchisees in 2009 she was a member of the Royal Australian Air