As Australasia’s largest serviced apartment operator, we have created a brand business travellers have come to rely on for 25 years.
In fact, if you are interested in running one of our franchise businesses, it’s quite likely you have stayed with us, and know how crucial reliable standards and service are to business travellers.
Key to our success are the people who run our businesses - our franchisees who live in the towns and cities where our accommodation is based; who get to know their customers, build relationships with them and make their lives away from home as easy as possible.
Today, the Quest logo takes pride-of-place atop more than 150 properties across Australia, New Zealand and Fiji. We are rapidly expanding this network, opening between 4 and 10 new businesses every year for more than a decade. This growth creates opportunities for our franchisees to expand their own businesses, with many of our existing franchisees owning multiple businesses.
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We’ve created a business model that takes away some of the major challenges to achieving success in small business, with the support of one of Australia’s most recognisable brands.
You don’t need a background in hospitality to become a Quest Franchisee, but you do need a proven track record in running a business or leading a team within a corporate environment. And you do need to be prepared to immerse yourself in the day-to-day running of your business.
It takes a special kind of person to become a Quest Franchisee, and the selection process is vigorous.
However, the opportunities that come from joining one of Australia’s most recognisable and fastest growing brands, do make it worthwhile.
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Current Opportunities exist in CBD, Suburban and Regional locations across Australia
- Melbourne, Sydney, Perth, Brisbane, Adelaide, Canberra - CBD and Suburbs
- Victoria, New South Wales, Queensland and Western Australia - Regional