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Phenix Salon Suites brings lucrative property management franchise opportunity to NZ

Fast-growing US property management franchise, Phenix Salon Suites, is looking to expand its global footprint into the New Zealand market.

Tuesday, July 19th 2022

The innovative franchise business harnesses two booming trends: the meteoric rise of sole-operator lifestyle service providers and the COVID-accelatered trend of shared working spaces, to transform traditional commercial property spaces into bustling hubs for lifestyle professionals.

Founded in 2007 by beauty expert and celebrity hairstylist Gina Rivera, Phenix provides unique knowledge and systems to locate, design and operate successful Salon Suites locations.

The real estate co-working concept provides an opportunity to manage a property that is rented out to motivated entrepreneurs and lifestyle professionals such as hair stylists, barbers, massage therapists, skin and body treatments, chiropractors and more. The proven model provides an innovative way for customers to receive beauty, health and wellness services and offers a strong ROI for franchise owners to scale this recurring revenue business.

With the help of trusted local franchise expert, Stewart Germann, Phenix Salon Suites is looking for a New Zealand licensee.

Stewart Germann, Managing Director of The Franchise Coach and past Chairman of the FANZ and a Life Member, has over 40 years of extensive franchising experience, mainly as a franchise lawyer. He has considerable international experience in franchising and has won multiple awards for excellence and is the only person in NZ with the qualification CFE (Certified Franchise Executive) awarded by Australia and USA.

“With over 300 locations globally and locations in development in five countries, this franchise had its biggest development year in its history in 2021 – and no wonder considering the low operating cost, one employee per unit, high return model,” says Stewart.

“If you have an understanding of real estate, previous management and marketing experience or are passionate and willing to follow a proven system then this could be the perfect opportunity for you.”

To learn more about this opportunity, visit https://www.franchisecoach.co.nz/three-franchise-opportunities/ for more information or contact Stewart Germann today at stewart@thefranchisecoach.co.nz

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