WANT TO OWN A SLICE OF AUSTRALASIA'S LARGEST APARTMENT HOTEL OPERATOR? HERE'S HOW

WANT TO OWN A SLICE OF AUSTRALASIA'S LARGEST APARTMENT HOTEL OPERATOR? HERE'S HOW

QUEST Apartments is the largest and fastest growing apartment hotel operator in Australasia, and it is now checking in professionals who want to share in its success.

On October 17, Quest is hosting its Brisbane Franchise Insight Seminar which is open to anyone who is interested in owning and running a Quest franchise business.

The company is also hosting a Melbourne Franchise Insight Seminar at Quest Abbotsford on November 2.

The franchise insight seminar events are a must-attend for both existing business owners who wish to take their portfolio to the next level, or for seasoned professionals who aspire to be their own boss.

For the past decade Quest has opened between four and 10 businesses each year and the company logo now graces more than 150 properties across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.

The Quest franchisee model takes away some of the major challenges to achieving success in small business, and it doesn't require any previous experience in hospitality.

The options available are ideal for people with a proven track record in running a business or leading a team within a corporate environment, and are prepared to be immersed in the day-to-day operation of their business.

Mark and Ky O'Shea, franchisees of Quest Bundoora in Victoria, say the model is well constructed and conducive to success.

"The Quest franchise system is robust, and there is support every step of the way," they say.

"With the network of Quest properties expanding quite rapidly, there are great opportunities to grow your business and achieve success."

To register for the Brisbane Quest Franchisee Seminar click here, and for the Melbourne Seminar click here.

This article was written in partnership with Quest Apartment Hotels.

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