If you believe everything you read, millennials are lazy and lacking in aspirations. At Jamaica Blue we know that’s nonsense – and we can prove it too. Peta Buttfield is leading the pack when it comes to young, female entrepreneurship as a Jamaica Blue franchisee in Toowoomba. At just 23, Peta and her business partner took on the exciting task of owning the store. She’s now 27, and things are going pretty well.
Looking for a sea change, or even a “tree change?” Look no further than New Zealand. The Land of the Long White Cloud is blessed with some of the most sensational scenery on earth.
While we’ve expanded across the world, our success is underpinned by our franchisees’ local flair and innovation! With 10 Jamaica Blue cafés now operating in New Zealand, find out how our franchisees have put their own spin on the cafés, including the world’s busiest Jamaica Blue.
The Gold Coast is back, baby! Not that it ever went away exactly…but Australia’s answer to Miami has been reinvigorated by a host of billion-dollar infrastructure projects, plus the 2018 Commonwealth Games, which will be broadcast to an estimated 1 billion people this April. Thanks to its stunning beaches and warm climate, the region has always had a thriving tourism industry…but it is expecting to go supersonic as a result!
Opening a café is a dream for many. Location is key - which is why setting one up in a regional coastal area like Coffs Harbour can be a great solution for the budding entrepreneur. Learn more today!
The Australian entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well. In fact, financial consultancy Crowe Horwath found that opening a business has recently overtaken owning a home as the Number 1 Australian dream!
The city of Christchurch has slowly been rebuilding since the devastating 2011 earthquake. Lately, the city of 370,000 people has really begun to hit its stride, with a newly revitalised CBD causing buzz and a commercial boom driven by Government-funded ‘anchor projects’ currently under construction. Learn more what that means for business opportunities.
Opening a small business in one of the beautiful towns lining the coast of Australia is a dream for many. It’s the ultimate sea change - the autonomy of running your own business combined with living near the salty perfection of the Pacific Ocean.
Survey shows 71% of New Zealand’s small business operators expect strong continued growth in 2017 - a figure which outperforms Australia and Singapore. Find out why this could be the time to open your own café.
Franchising is a popular route to buying a new business for Australian entrepreneurs. In fact, the Franchise Council of Australia estimates that we have more franchises per capita than any other country.
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