Profitable franchise opportunities in the retail industry

from Adelina Moisan, Fsp Invest to 24 Nov. 2014

Tags: franchise opportunities, franchises in retail industry, franchises in south africa, franchise business ideas

Are you considering buying a franchise? Search for the right franchise and determine which business opportunity best suits your needs.

There are many franchise opportunities available in South Africa, so you get to pick your industry of choice. Today we’ll focus on the retail industry and show you some of the most profitable franchise opportunities to consider.

Cash Crusaders

Cash Crusaders is specialized in trading a varied range of second hand imported good and directly imported goods. The product range includes hardware and tools, sporting equipment, musical instruments, and electronic goods.
Setup costs – R1,200,000 for full turnkey solution, which includes... read more

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