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150k ready to invest in business in charleston sc area

franchise or existing biz?

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Cumberland County, NC

We are looking to take on partners to expand our sucessful 10 location business. We are currently in NC and VA. We have 4 superior locations sited and are currently working to secure investors for up to 40% interest in these additional units. Current investors are seeing ROI's more like 200% . You can run it as owner /operator or our team will market, train and staff it for you. We have a unit just a couple of hours from Charleston. Contact me at if you want to hear more and schedule a visit. Brad Newton

Dec 17, 2009
Erin Fields
Elite Subcontractors
Director of PC Development
Palm Beach County, FL

I have a turnkey business opportunity you can get up and running in Charleston in less than 30 days. This is a profit sharing model where you will have an ownership stake in your business. We will supply and manager all the resources including your sales staff to help you build your region. Contact me at or 877.656.4706 and ask for Erin.

Dec 17, 2009
Jon Holmquist
Edgemaster Model 400 sharpener
Marion County, OR

Hello David, how about franchise rights for the whole state, sound like fun? Check us out at Edgemaster Mobile Sharpening. Might be just what you are looking for. Thanks Jon A. Holmquist

Dec 16, 2009
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Chemung County, NY

I'm looking for a partner/investor for a Fabrication business. It is currently located in upstate NY, but i want to move it to Florence or Charleston. I make three products for the solar industry. Give me a call at 607-846-5569 to discuss. Thank you.

Nov 10, 2009
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Try a deli and/or diner. It's hard work, but good rewards and fun. Plus in the right area it is an excellent investment that will grow. And you can do this anywhere there are people. We doesn't like to eat great food?

Nov 10, 2009
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The Innovative Equity Group, LLC
Director of Operations - Mergers & Acquisitions
New York County, NV

The decision between franchising or acquiring an existing entity really comes down to your true intentions as a future business owner. If you are looking to ramp up a distressed company that possesses a lot of value (disposable resources, management team, market share), now is a fantastic time to buy into someone else's already established venture for a DEEP discount! On the other hand, if you see yourself as less interested in corporate innovation and development but rather feel more comfortable being compliant with the various franchise standards and growing from the ground up, franchising is an excellent choice! From a consulting standpoint, both are solid investment opportunities. However, given the economic climate and increasing amount of corporate bankruptcy filings, I see greater value in taking over these distressed entities than ever before! Realize the opportunity, but seize it before it's too late. In terms of determining an appropriate match for you, whether being a franchise or existing entity, I'd like the opportunity to chat with to gather the information necessary to distinguish your 'niche' and determine a strategy customized to feasbily satisfy your business interests. Please advise me as to when you are available to discuss this matter in greater detail. I look forward to speaking with you. Good Luck.
Brandon Kaye
The Innovative Equity Group, LLC
516-252-1846 x101

Nov 9, 2009

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