Tea and coffee franchise, Aromas, has relocated its headquarters to the Brisbane business hub of Murarrie as part of the company’s plans to increase franchisee numbers.
Since its establishment in 1982, Aromas has opened 11 outlets, located in Australian airports, and hopes to open another 20 franchises over the next three years. A number of these franchises will be located in major shopping precincts in Queensland.
Aromas director, Andrew Skarparis said the company’s move to a larger premises was “inevitable” because of growing customer demand and the recent purchase of a Probat coffee roaster.
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