On Sale is a specialist high speed Wifi internet network provider for multi residential buildings (including residential, hotel and corporate).
With the massive demand for digital content these days, the internet is Increasingly being seen as another utility as much as water, gas and electricity. As such building managers and body corporates must consider offering the internet as an integrated service in their buildings.
This business is a licensed retail internet service carrier and installs Wi-Fi to high rise multi-residential buildings. The business purchases services in bulk, sets the network up in a building and then sells on to individual residents or allows building managers to supply internet/Wi Fi service to guests, such as in hotels/apartment buildings.
Customers include building managers or body corporates looking to upgrade services in buildings they manage; or developers looking to build-in the internet service network during the construction phase, which is more cost effective. Having this internet capability increases building value for owners/investors.
This is a home-based business, all the work can be done from a home office, with no need to deal with rent or landlords. Work hours are flexible.
Business currently has an annual turnover of approximately $255,000.
Lots of potential in this business as the fixed internet network has been installed in a number of buildings, but not all the tenants have signed up to the internet/Wi-Fi service as the current vendor has done little to no advertising over the last year.
There is also huge potential to get contracts with developers to design, supply and install the internet network in new multi-residential buildings, so the internet service is built in and custom designed for the building.
This business is well suited for someone with an IT background.
For more information and to arrange an inspection contact Chris Panagiotidis 0433 582 533 or Elle Likopoulos on 03 9566 7300.
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