Franchising in Australia is growing

Posted in Franchising @ Jul 23rd 2016 8:41am - By Administrator
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According to Griffith University’s eight biennial Franchising Australia 2012 survey – as sponsored by the Franchise Council of Australia – the growth in franchising was evident in non-retail industries. This has allowed more than 400,000 people to be directly employed in the franchising industry. Also, 92% of franchise systems were developed in Australia. Plus, 40% of franchise systems engage in online sales.

Australian franchising has gone through economic instability but managed to come out of it positively thereby showing its inherent resilience.

Despite problematic global economic conditions and a comparatively somber national outlook, it has managed to contribute to the Australian economy impressively.

Currently, 9D Action Cinemas are expanding all through Australia and New Zealand thanks to franchising. It’s newest offering is 9D Action Cinema – a multi-dimensional cinema experience that is proudly made by an Australian company. Its founder, Tony Lloyd has spent a lot of time researching the most efficient and excellent systems as well as equipments around the world to ensure the safety of audiences. He also ensured that audiences receive a complete multi-sensory experience thanks to 9D Cinemas dynamic, multi-dimensional movie entertainment offerings that are ideal for both kids and adults.

Audiences can expect to be overwhelmed with the stimulating 3D movies coupled with surround sound, “active motion” luxury seats and real time dramatic effects 9D brings, these include the wind, lightning, fog, rain, snow and a lot more.

The length of a 9D movie is normally 8 minutes with some films having more effects than others.

A team of professionals is ever present to manage Action Cinema’s corporate and operational structure. The first 9D Action Cinema was in 5D and situated at Perth. Two new 9D cinemas are set to open in Sydney this 2013, specifically at Darling Harbour and Merrylands.

9D Action Cinemas are set to expand all throughout Australia and New Zealand because it provides owners a business that has low overheads and more income. It also attracts a constant influx of audiences that want a non-traditional movie-watching experience.

 
 

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