Jamaica Blue Cafe for sale in Townsville Hospital, QLD
NEW CAFÉ FOR SALE:
New Jamaica Blue café business available in Townsville Hospital
Café Format: Kiosk with seating at the main entrance to the hospital.
All franchisees are supported with National Marketing Programs run by our marketing department. In addition to this each franchisee gets support by a Marketing Executive to create with them, a Local Area Marketing plan tailored to their store.
Marketing programs are executed in an integrated way to grow sales and build customer awareness.
Jamaica Blue offers a 6 week comprehensive training program, tailored to the individual needs of our franchise partners, delivered through: our Centre of Retail Excellence (CORE), Instore, ongoing Workshops and through our E-Learning online platform.
Our 6 week training and business program includes: Business & Financial Management, HR, Marketing, Culinary Skills, Customer Service and Barista Training to ensure the Jamaica Blue Brand promise is delivered in every location and you are confident and ready to run your own store.
- Food Safety Supervision Qualification
- Comprehensive Barista Program
- Culinary Skills (including preparation and Back of House management)
- Business & Financial Management (including shift management and menu design)
Length of Agreement
Dependent on Term of the Lease
About the Opportunity
ABOUT TOWNSVILLE QLD,
The Townsville Hospital and Health Service comprises 18 hospitals and community health campuses and two residential aged care facilities in the area north to Cardwell and Ingham, west to Charters Towers, Hughenden and Richmond, south to Ayr and Home Hill and east to Magnetic Island and Palm Islands. We operate public health facilities in each of these areas, one of which, the Townsville Hospital, is the only tertiary hospital in North Queensland.
The health service has a population of more than 230,000 and employs a workforce of around 5,000 dedicated staff, all whom take pride in providing the best possible care to thousands of patients across the region. In the past financial year, the health service provided almost 65,000 in-patient occasions of service, had more than 75,000 emergency department attendances and delivered more than 2,600 babies.