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With 53 shops in 5 States, what could be more natural than for controversial CEO Jim Amos to take his frozen desert shops where credit has been so hard to access and begin selling stores in Australia?
"When we look at the last couple of years in the world economy, it just so happens that Australia stood out as a bright spot, and as one economy that continued to grow and prosper amid a world economy where ... most countries have stagnated or are in decline," [international vice president, Kurt] Ullman says. – QSR Magazine
Tasti D-Lite has been franchising since way back in 2008, when they took over a New York based chain of roughly 50 licensees. Tasti D-Lite’s vice president of international development anticipates that franchisees wil run 30 shops in Australia. If all goes really well, it might eventually grow to 100 stores, although there aren’t plans for that right now.
Friezer Australia Pty Ltd is the first franchisee to sign up. Its shop will be in Melbourne.