Franchise Resales in Australia - Tasmania


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Circle of Love - Australia-wide franchise

Circle of Love offers an exceptional wedding planning and styling franchise business.
Investment: $AOR

Tasmania is Australia’s smallest and only island state. The population of Tasmania is 494,520. Main centres are Hobart (the capital city with 203,600 people) Launceston (98,500) Burnie (18,000) and Devonport (25,000).

As Tasmania is a small state, a lot of businesses have low staff turnover, allowing them to enjoy a close-knit family-orientated workplace; a characteristic that can be the key factor in running a successful franchise business. Please find below franchise businesses for sale in Tasmania.

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Steve Seddon - Westpac

Steve SeddonSteve is a Senior Business Development Manager with Westpac. He specialises in the franchise sector and is on the FCA's Western Australian Committee.

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Tim Kilham - Lanyon Partners

Tim KilhamTim is a director of Lanyon Partners Chartered Accountants and heads up the franchising area of that division.

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Alan Branch - Optivance 360

Alan BranchAlan is an experienced consultant, commercial lawyer and franchise expert recognised for his skill in negotiating and completing business set up and expansion projects.

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Vicki Prout - Sherpa Group

Vicki ProutVicki has been involved in the franchising sector as a Franchisor, Franchisee, and Consultant. She is currently an international consultant guiding businesses through their franchising journey.

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Robert Toth - Wisewould Mahony

Robert TothRobert has over 25 years of experience as a business lawyer and consultant. He writes regularly in franchise and industry journals and is a recognised leader in franchise law in Australia.

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