LocationSouth Africa, Gauteng

Sector - Food

Asking Price
Monthly Profit
R 73,275
Asset Value
R 250,000
Stock Value
R 60,000
Yearly Net Profit
R 879,302


3 well located Sushi shops in upmarket areas, profitable and ideal for franchising

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Fully describe the business's activities?

The business operates 3 sushi outlets supplying Sushi, Chinese meals and platters in well located shops in small shopping centres

How does the business operate on a daily basis?

The owner orders stock and cash up, spends a few hours a day between the shops, the staff open and close

What Advertising/Marketing is carried out?

Some social media

What competition exists?

None in the areas they serve

How could the profitability of the business be improved?

More advertising and specials

Do any have management potential?

The staff manage the shops with owner overview

How involved is the Owner in running the business?

Spends a few hours per day on the businesses, when he is away the outlets function normally

When does the current lease end?


What are the main assets of the business?

Kitchen and display equipment


Well known in the areas they serve, supplying good quality food


None known


Ideally poised for growth with 3 successful outlets, option to open additional outlets or open it up for franchising, run promotions such as they run "buy 2 get 1 free" which are well received


None known

What is the reason for the sale?

Owner has other business interests


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Malcolm Keevy

LocationSouth Africa, Gauteng

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