Secret Harbour Square Shopping Centre
A Muffin Break bakery café business opportunity is now available at Secret Harbour Square Shopping Centre in Secret Harbour, WA.
- Café Format: Kiosk café with seating.
- Café Format: In front of Woolworths
- Anchor Stores: Woolworths, Coles and Aldi.
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About Secret Harbour, WA
As a coastal town located between Rockingham and Mandurah, 56 km south of Perth, Secret Harbour is a beautiful local community of over 12,000 residents and the area’s population has been forecast to grow over the next few years. This has encouraged the refurbishment and redevelopment of the Secret Harbour Square Shopping Centre in recent years to better accommodate the growing area. As the main convenience shopping centre for this area, Secret Harbour Shopping Centre sees steady and continual foot traffic within the centre.
Why own a Muffin Break bakery café business in Secret Harbour Square Shopping Centre?
When you buy a Muffin Break bakery café business you are buying into a support system that will ensure you’re never alone with your café. With full initial and ongoing training provided, you will receive all the skills required to own and operate your café business, in a vast array of different areas. With an established reputation and business systems in place, a Muffin Break café is ready to hit the ground running so you can finally realise your dream of being a local café owner. Enquire today!
- 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.