Framing Matters Manuka (Framing & Giftware Business) $450,000 ONO.
An exciting and rare opportunity exists to purchase a successful and well recognised framing and giftware business in the busy Canberra retail and commercial precinct of Manuka. Being an independently owned and operated business, there are no franchise commissions or dues, giving you flexibility to run the business as you like to maximise your profit potential.
Opened over twelve years ago, Framing Matters has become one of Australia's leading picture framing businesses. It has grown a loyal and expansive customer base. Framing Matters prides itself of providing personalised, high quality service, whilst tailoring their product to the needs of many high end customers, including museums and art galleries.
Key Features of Sale: 1. Owner operated; 2. One of Australia's leading picture framing businesses; 3. Established in 2001 with current owners having worked in business since opening; 4. Approximately 167m2 of floor space; 5. Excellent rapport established with existing clients and suppliers; 6. Existing, reliable workforce with accredited qualifications; 7. No franchise commissions; 8. Weekly turnover of approximately $11,500 (6 days trade) 9. Loyal, returning customer base and referral stream 10. All equipment and stock included in sale 11. Long Lease
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