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Provender has flexible entry options depending on your available time and capital. As a Franchise Owner you can opt in for a small, entry level package to work around your flexible occupation. Or, if you are looking to change your direction completely, come on-board in a full-time business with flexible hours so you can work around a young family. Whatever your flexibility and investment level, you will be supported in future expansion from our dedicated Franchise Management team.

Depending on the size of the Franchise the following fees you’d expect to pay. At entry you need to have $39,000 available as a minimum. We will potentially help fund your expansion as your business grows.

Initial franchise fee $5,000 – $15,000
Training fee $3,000 – $8,000
Equipment and other assets $25,000 – $500,000
Vehicle costs (including van wrapping) $20,000 – $45,000
Stock on hand to begin $250 – $500 per vending machine
Insurance (public liability compulsory) $1,000 – $3,000 per annum
Security deposits (business set up costs) $550 – $3,300
Working capital $5,000 – $20,000
Vehicle insurance $800 – $1,500 per annum
Royalties 10%
Marketing development fund 1%
Software monitoring (vmp) $3.50 p/w per unit
Payment monitoring (credit cards) $4.20 p/w per unit

Finance options

If you qualify for our Provender Franchise financial assistance, we’ll help you to grow your business after payment of an initial fee of $39,000. This fee covers the minimum costs to get you up and running. If you are interested in financing let us know and we will walk you through the options available.