Why spend hours completing multiple NDAs for hit or miss business opportunities when all you have to do is fill out one for the right choice at VR Business Sales franchise !
VR Business Sales has dramatically changed the way that ownership changes between entrepreneurs, helping to standardize the fragmented business intermediary industry in the last 30 years. Only at VR Business sales will you be able to accumulate the resources, skills and ability necessary to productively contribute to the exchange of business ownership from the seller to the buyer.
Find out if the buyers and sellers in your area have professional representation. Give them what they need to become the premier firm in your marketplace. If the opportunity is there with a business to succeed, there are no geographic boundaries to take advantage as is the VR Business Sales model!
VR will support you with the advanced training and professional resources so that you can provide every client with exclusive service that you would expect from an investment bank, and complete successfully in your industry.
This business can be relocated.
Business closed / Asset sale:
Inventory / Stock value:
€7,780 (included in the asking price)
Furniture / Fixtures value:
Initial Payment: 48,920 EUR. Balance can be self-financed. Franchise SBA-approved! ©
Support & training:
Franchisor provides an extensive training program that includes 2 weeks of at-home study, 1 week of corporate training, online MBI academy and on-going mentoring to assure that all of our franchisees are financially successful.
Reasons for selling:
Domestic franchise development and global expansion.
VR owners are expected to operate from a professional office space with plenty of meeting spaces included in the layout of the facilities, and with lots of room to grow!
Amsterdam is the financial and business capital of the Netherlands. Amsterdam is currently one of the best European cities in which to locate an International Business. It is ranked fifth in this category and is only surpassed by London, Paris, Frankfurt and Barcelona. Many large Dutch corporations and banks have their headquarters in Amsterdam, including ABN AMRO, Akzo Nobel, Heineken International, ING Group, Ahold, TomTom, Delta Lloyd Group and Philips. KPMG International's global headquarters is located in nearby Amstelveen.
Though many small offices are still located on the old canals, companies are increasingly relocating outside the city centre. The Zuidas (English: South Axis) has become the new financial and legal hub. The five largest law firms of the Netherlands, a number of Dutch subsidiaries of large consulting firms like Boston Consulting Group and Accenture, and the World Trade Center Amsterdam are also located in Zuidas.
Shops in Amsterdam range from large department stores such as De Bijenkorf founded in 1870 and Maison de Bonneterie a Parisian style store founded in 1889, to small specialty shops. Amsterdam's high-end shops are found in the streets Pieter Cornelisz Hooftstraat and Cornelis Schuytstraat, which are located in the vicinity of the Vondelpark. One of Amsterdam's busiest high streets is the narrow, medieval Kalverstraat in the heart of the city. Another shopping area is the Negen Straatjes: nine narrow streets within the Grachtengordel, the concentric canal system of Amsterdam. The Negen Straatjes differ from other shopping districts with the presence of a large diversity of privately owned shops. The city also features a large number of open-air markets such as the Albert Cuypmarkt, Westermarkt, Ten Katemarkt, and Dappermarkt.