While the Covid-19 Pandemic seems to be largely abating, the effects of this worldwide virus have had broad-reaching effects on both the global and domestic economy.
With the resultant lockdowns instated to flatten the curve, economic activity was dampened and many businesses had to find new ways to survive during this reshaped business landscape. Many employees began to work from home, while other businesses sought new ways to define themselves during the pandemic.
As a result, some beloved and well-known franchises have been put up for sale, providing new opportunities for these businesses to be developed and adapted in exciting ways for the future. Here, we examine the top 6 franchises for sale post-Covid.
1. Tammy Taylor Nails
Since its inception in 1983 in the United States, the brand has expanded to become the most widely recognized and respected name in the nail industry worldwide.
More than 100,000 nail salons worldwide stock this particular brand, which speaks something about its quality and popularity.
They have made the decision to offer the best nail technician training and courses in South Africa so they may own a Tammy Taylor Nails franchise and take advantage of the growing demand for the nail brand there.
If you decide to become a franchisee, you will have the exclusive right to market and sell the products and services using the trademarks and business model. Franchisees benefit from nail salons that are designed in-house by American shop-fitters and a full turnkey solution.
The salons are modelled around a sleek contemporary design that reflects the elegance of the beauty products offered, which include gloss-like acrylic, gel services, and the only hypoallergenic odourless soak-off acrylic gel hybrid on the market. Follow Tammy Taylor Nails on Instagram.
2. Oasis Water
More than 400 Oasis Water retail locations may be found throughout the countries of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, and Eswatini. Consumers are able to use these refill stations at any of the company’s 290 locations across South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana.
This gives them access to the same clean and safe water that they normally drink from bottled water, but at the same time, they can reuse the containers they already have.
The other products and services that Oasis Water provides are a natural fit with its replenishment idea. The Oasis Water franchise is currently for sale at a franchise fee of ± R 580 750 VAT incl.
3. Spec Savers
Spec Savers is an optical retailer that also provides optometry and optician services, including vision tests, in addition to selling eyeglasses, sunglasses, and contact lenses. Additionally, it is a retailer of hearing aids. The majority of the company’s locations are run by what is known as a “Joint or Shared Venture Collaboration,” which is essentially a partnership between an Optometry Director and a Retail Director.
The fact that Specsavers really owns shares in the franchisee business, as opposed to merely fulfilling the terms of a franchise agreement by delivering goods and services, is another important distinction.
4. Wellness Warehouse
Wellness Warehouse provides a carefully curated selection of high-quality natural products. These products promote the health of both people and the planet by utilizing earth-friendly ingredients, sustainable packaging, cruelty-free practices, and a comprehensive evaluation and testing procedure.
The extensive diversity is designed to appeal to customers from all walks of life and to meet a wide range of dietary preferences and lifestyle preferences.
5. California Nails and Beauty
Before Leslie A. Matta and her husband established the California Nails and Day Spa Franchise in 2002, they had already established the California Advanced Nail and Skincare in 1995.
Gel Manicure, Acrylic Nails, Gel Nails, Spa Manicure, Spa Pedicure, Deluxe Foot Spa, Paraffin Treatments, and Nail Art/Designs are just a few of the treatments that they offer, making it a leading beauty powerhouse. Follow California Nails and Beauty on Instagram.
An American international chain of coffeehouses and roastery reserves, Starbucks Corporation has its headquarters in Seattle, Washington. It is the world’s largest coffeehouse chain.
Taste Holdings made the announcement that it had entered into an agreement to sell the Starbucks master franchise license for South Africa for the price of R7 million.
Starbucks has stated that it has no plans to exit South Africa and would instead continue increasing its store network with new partners, despite the fact that questions have recently been raised regarding the future of the franchise in that nation.