A new Jamaica Blue café business is now available in Albany Plaza shopping centre located in the town centre of Albany, WA.
New Café For Sale:
- Café Format: 87sqm Inline café with own seating area.
- Location: in the mall between Coles and Kmart.
- Anchor Stores: Coles, Kmart and Target
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Albany is located on the southern coast of Western Australia and is approximately 390kms south of Perth, with an estimated population of 36,262. The Albany region is currently seeing a growth average of 2.17% per annum. A main shopping centre for the region, Albany Plaza serves the local shopping community of Albany as well as surrounding rural areas to the east, north and west of Albany. With several main industries such as fishing, timber and agriculture, Albany sees steady growth year on year and remains popular among tourists wanting to explore the Great Southern region of Western Australia.
Why own a Jamaica Blue café business in Albany?
Jamaica Blue is a nationally recognised café business with an established reputation for quality among consumers. With over 25 years of franchise business systems tried and tested, a Jamaica Blue café offers you the rare opportunity to run a well known, and well loved, café business. Full initial and ongoing training is provided across business operations, product, barista skills, IT and marketing to ensure you have all the tools required to successfully operate your Jamaica Blue café.
- Foodco years: 17 years : 2000. 11 years as a franchisee and 16 years as a Development Manager.
- At Foodco: Having been with Foodco since 1996 as a franchisee and employee, I have not regretted one day.
- Before Foodco: Mcdonald’s for 10 years, Marketing Manager for 4 years- Chicken Treat and completed Bachelor of Economics at UWA plus Graduate diploma of Business in Marketing.
- What you love about the brands? Foodco has 2 concepts that evolve with the times- design, food offers and operational efficiency.
- Something we don’t know about you: My actual name on birth certificate is Vittorio Mario- back in primary school days – Aussies were not able to pronounce my name so I was called Victor/Vic.
- Resides: Beautiful Perth, WA.