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Ty’s Cafe Sells on the Sunshine Coast

Client Success Stories

Customer retention should be the goal for any business owner. Client preservation and possible referral strategies should start during the initial transaction. It is important to provide exceptional customer service, build rapport, trust and a genuine relationship with the clients you deal with because the next time they need the same service, you’ll be their … Continue reading →

David Sells His Automotive Group

Client Success Stories

After operating the business for over 30 years, David decided it was time for a lifestyle change, so the decision to list his automotive group for sale was made. Bonza Business and Franchise Sales was there to help! By offering a full broker service, David was able to continue running the business, while we worked … Continue reading →

Two Online Retail Stores Just Sold

Client Success Stories

It comes as no surprise that e-commerce is growing at an unprecedented rate all over the world, with Covid-19 playing a major role in an impressive increase in online spending habits. Quarantine orders forced consumers to create new buying behaviors, with families opting for online ordering of groceries, apparel, and entertainment, many reluctant to go … Continue reading →

Tanya’s Cafe Just Sold

Client Success Stories

Food and hospitality, in particular cafes have always been a popular industry to buy. It also happens to be an industry that is flooding the market, and this can make “standing out from the crowd’ a challenge. It is important to have an eye catching and well written advert that promotes the unique characteristics of … Continue reading →

Lisa’s Doggy Day Care

Client Success Stories

It doesn’t get much better than this… Lisa built an established Doggy Day Care business working flexible hours. After 7 ½ years of operation building a successful business, Lisa decided it was time to slow things down and retire. Lisa had a wonderful business with the regular attendance of over 120 dogs per week and … Continue reading →