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first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Franchisees of the fast-food chain Souvlaki Hut are confident a new sale agreement passed will mean good things for the chain, after it was placed in voluntary administration last week. Days later, it was bought by a consortium of private buyers, including former Video Ezy chief Daryl McCormack and Tasmanian Development Agent for Souvlaki Hut, Costa and Adoni Astrinakis.Franchisees and former AFL footballers Ang Christou and Anthony Koutafides, who co-own the Souvlaki Hut in Templestowe, told Neos Kosmos they were confident the new owners could manage the business.“They have a great proven history – they know how to run a business,” Christou said.Koutafides told Neos Kosmos that while they hadn’t spoken to the owners yet, they were looking forward to meeting them and added he was keen to discuss change in certain products on the menu.“We’re just going to talk honestly about the business and our thoughts and hopefully they take it on board,” he said.In a statement released this week, McCormack, who is currently the largest Video Ezy franchisee in Australia, said the group is in a position to help the business grow.“While we are still in the due diligence phase of the acquisition, there is scope for the review of the brand presentation and positioning, the menu offer,” he said.“The focus will be on endeavors to increase sales and provide business guidance to franchisees while the review of the brand takes place over the coming months.”Settlement is scheduled to take place on December 22.last_img read more

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