Become a Franchisee with a relatively low-cost fanchise

LOOKING TO START YOUR OWN VENDING BUSINESS? 

Why not run a franchised health snack vending machine at your kid's school, at your place of work, or at businesses near you? Its STAFF FREE, available 24/7, RENT FREE!

You will need about R75 000 TO INVEST in the franchise (which includes training as well as your first stock). Return on investment should range from 25% to 75%.

Finding a site:
Any place with at least 250 people passing by each day. Consider: a) what other food is on offer nearby b) Is the market likely to be interested in healtheir choices, c) the site should be under cover, preferably indoors, d) accessibility for delivery of the vending machine (a lift is fine, so are one or two stairs, but no long flights of stairs, these machines weigh in at 260kg).

Franchisee Requirements:
- Having a passion for the nutrition / health (not difficult once you sample our products!)
- A willingness to offer good service
- Basic computer skills, eg MS Excel, or willingness to learn
- Organizational and some admin skills
- Good health
- Enough finances to invest in the Franchise (currently R70 000 per franchised machine, but subject to change)

Our vending machines take 30 to 40 unique products and all machines are refrigerated with 6 to 8 different drinks. We actually have a range of about 50 products and you can choose which 30 or 40 you would like at your franchised site. Its fun to work WITH your site on this.

Some sites, especially smaller ones will PAY YOU A RENTAL to manage their site and ensure their staff have healthy snacks available.

 

Suitable Locations... 


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