I've been reading into a new building renovations franchise that's landed in Australia after a very successful launch in NZ. What the franchisees offer the clients is a full design and build, and project management service. The business has some credentials and quite recently won the Deloitte Fast 50 award, which recognized them as one of the 50 fastest growing companies in NZ. Refresh started in NZ around 4-5 years back and have since grown to have 35 franchisees in NZ and one franchisee in Victoria, and are looking to start other franchises in other states soon. The parent company for Refresh is called Traffic, which is a marketing and business strategy company catering to large industrial multinational companies. So that's what Refresh was born out of, a very strong business, marketing and professional background. So rather than dealing win a builder you would be dealing with a project manager for any renovations, from preliminaries through to design and construction. What's everyone's thoughts on the models advantages and disadvantages? These guys will have some serious buying power, thus reducing the build costs and passing on savings. Do you think they will survive the cut throat Australian Market?