2018 could just be the year you realise your dream of a seachange! For would-be entrepreneurs, opening a café is an accessible dream. The Australian café industry has experienced excellent growth over the last five years; in January 2018, market research firm IbisWorld reported an annualised 5.1% growth for the industry.
Muffin Break has an established reputation in Australia and recognition in a competitive market space. Find out more about why they could be the franchise business you’re looking for.
Running a regional business is the ultimate connection of two common dreams. Firstly, it is an escape from the hustle of the big smoke and the stress of Australia’s capital cities. Secondly, it realises the dream many hold of operating one’s own business.
Opening a business is a dream for many Australians. In fact, according to advisory firm Crowe Horwath, the great Australian dream may well have shifted from owning a home to running a successful business.
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Jeff was attracted by the Muffin Break franchise because he felt that being part of something larger simplified business structures and concentrated support in one place. This was Jeff’s opportunity to not only have a change but to run a larger business and build bespoke relationships with local businesses.
Trends in the food industry can seem fickle and inexplicable. From milkshakes topped with donuts to cronuts stuffed with oreos, thankfully some of the more excessive indulgences of 2016 seem to be falling by the wayside! So what’s hot on the agenda for cafés in 2017? Let’s take at a look at some of the key café trends that will have staying power.
Competing against the likes of McCafe, Gloria Jeans, Coffee Club, Starbucks Coffee, Michel’s Patisserie, Hudsons, and Donut King, Muffin Break has taken out the top prize in the competitive coffee chain category!
Find out how you can own a café that’s tapping into the Top 5 Trends hitting cafés in 2017.
There’s something happening in Hobart. There’s a buzz on the ground and an attitude in the air. From the thriving weekend markets in Salamanca Place to the hallowed underground halls of award-winning gallery the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA), Hobart feels like the place to be in 2017. Mainland Australians have caught Tasmanian fever and are moving down to the emerald green isle in droves.
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