By Haddenham Webteam - 10th February 2016 6:00pm
'Monkey Clothes' is Up For Sale
A fantastic opportunity has arisen to acquire and grow an established, flexible and profitable business.
Monkey Clothes is a small business that sells good quality, second-hand children's clothes via pop-up sales.
It works with registered sellers and the sale value of each item is split 50:50 between Monkey Clothes and the Seller.
Monkey Clothes is consistently profitable, generating an annual gross profit ranging between 37% and 46% over the last 4 years.
During this time, Kathy has invested in equipment, new venues and the business has also continued to consistently grow in turnover, customers and sellers. However, there is still much potential to expand the business and it is time for fresh eyes to achieve this.
There are many options for Monkey Clothes. For example you could:
- Keep it exactly as is and start earning profit from the word go;
- Expand to new locations/ areas;
- Scale it down — run sales from home or smaller group sales for example;
- Scale it up — move it into a retail unit and potentially add non clothing products;
- Diversify — Build a stronger E-commerce online presence;
- Join forces with a friend to run as a partnership and potentially hold additional or more frequent sales;
- Add extra smaller pop-up sales at toddler groups/craft fairs etc;
- Franchise the business into other territories;
- Many more possibilities that I haven't thought of!
Monkey Clothes is an exciting and rarely available opportunity to buy a successful business that will generate immediate profit and can be tailored to fit in with your lifestyle. A full handover and training will be provided as part of any sale.
If you wish to discuss Monkey Clothes in more detail please email Kathy at email@example.com or call her on 07703 438007.
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