PARTY LAND - where fun parties begin

We are looking for partners from following areas: Pirkanmaa, Pääkaupunkiseutu, Varsinais-Suomi

Party Land Scandinavia has developed a unique concept based on the USA´s original Party Land. This concept has proved to work well with today’s seventeen Party Land stores in Sweden. The goal is to increase the number of units in Sweden and expand the business to other Nordic countries. Party Land Scandinavia has already signed Master Agreements in Denmark and Norway so now it´s Finland´s turn.

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

Business started in year: 1984
International business started in year: 1990
Country of origin: USA
Number of units in total: 17

OPERATIONAL MODEL

The market for party items is very big with a demand that only grows. Party Land is specialized for everything around the party and is today the market leader in Sweden in terms of party products. Whether there is christening, wedding, birthday party or company´s event – you´ll find all party products from Party Land. Party Land also takes care of decorations of meetings and party events.

PARTNER PROFILE

Party Land is looking for a Master Franchisee, who will develop the first store and expands the network in Finland with single franchisees. Master should have previous experience in retail business and good financial opportunities to bring this new concept to Finland.

PARTNER PACKAGE

Party Land will provide initial training and total business support for the Master Franchisee. Party Land will help with product selection, pricing, sales and marketing. Party Land is a tested concept, which works well in Scandinavia and offers great possibilities to high profit and growth potential.

KEY FIGURES PER UNIT

How much is the total investment (in average) for one unit? 50.000-100.000
What is the level of average turnover (at mature stage) of one unit? 500.000
What is the average number of employees per one unit? 1-5

KEY FIGURES FOR FINLAND

How much is the evaluated amount of capital needed to start the business operations in Finland? 150.000