World's Largest Mobile Café Franchise Sets its Sights on Expansion in New Zealand's North Island

February 04, 2014 // Franchising.com // Cafe2U, the world's largest mobile coffee franchise has revealed plans for significant expansion in New Zealand, setting it sights on the North Island. With a well established coffee culture, New Zealand's discerning market has been earmarked as an ideal fit for the highly-developed international mobile coffee franchise system.

John Stanton, Cafe2U's Australasian Recruitment Manager is positive that Cafe2U's high quality product, proven business model, guaranteed income and opportunity for great work/life balance will appeal not just to the discerning coffee drinkers of New Zealand, but also to New Zealand resident's seeking alternative models of employment.

"We are positive that New Zealanders seeking self-employment opportunities will quickly see the business potential, financial security, and lifestyle benefits Cafe2U has to offer. Furthermore, we are confident that our expertly blended coffee roasts and high quality of service will appeal to New Zealand's discerning coffee drinkers " Stanton explained.

With over 200 Franchises worldwide, including Australia, UK and the U.S.A, Cafe2U has a proven record of local and international success, which John Stanton credits to a high quality product offering for both end-consumer and Franchisee, as as well as the attractive incentives and support the company has to offer.

"What particularly differentiates Cafe2U from other mobile coffee franchises, is the 'Acceleration Package', a unique, comprehensive four-week training and support program for new Cafe2U Franchise Partners. The Acceleration Package enables new Franchise Partners to be trained and in operation in only 4 weeks, with a guaranteed minimum turnover of $500 a day," Stanton added.

"Many of our Franchisees also enjoy the lifestyle element of being part of the Cafe2U business – it is a mobile operation and is often outdoors. Typically Franchisees will have an early start and early finish, allowing them more free time, which is often a very attractive prospect."

As part of the Franchise Package, Cafe2U provides Mercedes Benz vans housing state of the art coffee making equipment, enabling Franchisees to pull up outside of work places and events and provide a service once restricted to a coffee shop.

Cafe2U is aiming to appoint 15 new franchises within the next twelve months across New Zealand, with approximately half of these on the North Island.

Cafe2U will be hosting a free Franchise Information Session on Saturday 8th February at the Crowne Plaza in Auckland.

About Cafe2U

For further information about Cafe2U and the upcoming Franchise Information Session in Christchurch please visit www.cafe2u.co.nz.

SOURCE Cafe2U

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