Buy a VR Business Sales franchise in Frankfurt, one of the leading financial centers in Europe. It is one of the top three cities for international companies in Europe, along with London and Paris. Frankfurt is commonly known as the city of the banks in Germany.
The opportunity is here in your hands to become a VR franchise owner because only here will you have the opportunity to excel in a profession where you will have comprehensive training to give every client consistent and superb service. By providing both buyers and sellers with professional representation for every business opportunity that’s available out there, you will be able to become the premier firm in your market.
With thousands of businesses available daily, only at VR will you find the ability, skills and resources needed to successfully assist the transaction of a business as we have done for over three decades with our ground-breaking methods.
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!
Frankfurt is sometimes referred to as Mainhattan (a portmanteau of the local river Main and Manhattan in New York City) or nicknamed Bankfurt. With the stock exchange (Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse) and XETRA, which belong to Deutsche Börse, Frankfurt has the second largest stock exchange in Europe after the London Stock Exchange. It is by far the largest stock exchange in Germany with over 90 percent turnover in the German market.
Fairs have a very long tradition in Frankfurt. They were first mentioned in the 12th century. Today Frankfurt has the third-largest exhibition site in the world. Hosted in Frankfurt are the Internationale Automobil-Ausstellung (the world's largest motor show), the Frankfurter Buchmesse (the world's largest book fair), the Ambiente (the world's largest consumer goods fair), the Achema (the world's largest plant engineering fair) and many more like Paperworld, Christmasworld, Beautyworld, Tendence Lifestyle or Light and Building.
Although it is best known for its banks, Frankfurt is also a centre for media companies. There are around 570 companies of the advertising industry and 270 public relations companies. Some of the largest international management consulting firms are represented in Frankfurt, including Accenture, McKinsey & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Booz & Company, Oliver Wyman, Bain & Company and Roland Berger Strategy Consultants. Frankfurt is also an important location for the internet.
With over 922 jobs per 1,000 inhabitants, Frankfurt has the highest concentration of jobs in Germany. The high number of around 600,000 jobs with only 663,000 inhabitants of the city itself is explained by the high number of commuters who work in the city, which raises the per capita GDP of the resident population significantly. On work days and Saturdays there are around one million people within the city limits.