Has your small business gotten big enough to franchise? In this week’s episode of Kochie’s Business Builders we help noodle king, Ankur Sehgal, get the lowdown on the next steps to take his business venture nationwide.
Plus we discover how a beauty product is making good on a reduce-reuse promise and the co-founder of work-boot company Blue Steel shares his tips for success.
P’nut Street Noodles has become something of an institution amongst the nation’s asian food lovers. Owner Ankur Sehgal has opened 11 outlets in the past few years. Sehgal is keen to continue his domination of the noodle bar market but wants to explore different options to raise the capital for the venture.
We teamed Sehgal up with business coach and franchising expert Doug Downer to discuss the possibility of licensing his business out to expand his market.
We also catch up with Ross Fitzgerald, the co-founder of iconic Aussie work boots Blue Steel, to discover the business tips that helped him become a success.
And we meet an entrepreneur whose business, Frank Body, has made good use of coffee grounds to deliver a beauty product that is great for your skin and the planet.
Plus the team from Canon give us a rundown on the latest ‘endurance’ printers that could save you time and money
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Kochie’s Business Builders is filmed and produced by Pinstripe Media, Video Production Sydney