Australian Franchises

First-ever Designed Blinds Australia Store opens in Queensland

Written on the 27 October 2011 by Ben Herrgott - Designed Blinds Australia

First-ever Designed Blinds Australia Store opens in Queensland

Designed Blinds Australia has demonstrated its pursuit of innovation and creativity, by launching a pioneering new retail concept that has redefined the standard for the window coverings category.   

In August 2011, Fab Interiors opened the very first Designed Blinds Australia Franchise store in Queensland. Fab Interiors is located in Milton and services Brisbane and its surroundings.

No experience in window coverings retailing is required, with all training provided. Hunter Douglas, who own the Designed Blinds Australia brand provide intensive training programs designed to help the franchisee enhance the customer experience, increase profitability and grow your business! The goal is to provide consumers with a unique retail experience from the time they first inquire about Designed Blinds Australia Products until the time their window coverings are delivered and installed.

Designed Blinds Australia FranchiseFrank Cresswell from Fab Interiors comments on his experience in joining this successful business franchise.

"The support I received throughout the process of building my own retail store has been exceptional. The training has been smooth, helpful and very informative for my staff. Everything about the Designed Blinds Australia retail concept program is designed to make our business a success and truly create a welcoming environment which focuses on matching a high level of customer service as well as receiving ongoing customer service and sales training. Ultimately, the benefit is that I get to run my own independent business with just the right amount of marketing and sales support available whenever I need it," comments Frank

"Designed Blinds Australia retail concept program is a cut above the rest, featuring state of the art showroom which is designed with differentiation in mind. The showroom features full size display blinds and large fabric selection benches. A lot of thought has gone into the look and feel and is very much a designer-inspired space," finishes Frank

Designed Blinds Australia Franchise People InstoreHunter Douglas is also one of the most technologically advanced companies in the window coverings industry. An online Retailer Portal has been built for every business owner - a secure online resource and e-learning centre. Each retailer can access the portal directly to access up-to-date product information, pricing guides, orders forms, training manuals, plus much more

Follow this link to find out more about becoming a Designed Blinds Australia Franchisee.

Author:Ben Herrgott - Designed Blinds Australia

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