Retail

You walk into a retail store, whatever it is, and if there’s a sense of entertainment and excitement and electricity, you wanna be there .-   Howard Schultz

Beyond Business Sales is proud to be the preferred partner of the Australian Retailers Association  www.retail.org.au . Working alongside ARA members to provide custom designed confidential sales and buyer solutions to retail businesses of all sizes throughout Australia.

Holding a large portfolio of high end National and International brands available for acquisition. Beyond Business Sales offers the perfect platform in which to confidentially present  “off market” opportunities to companies wishing to add scale-able established retail brands to their portfolio . In addition at the grass roots of retail Beyond Business sales caters to the individual store owner whether it be standalone or a store run under the umbrella of a Franchise group.

Beyond Business Sales has 2 designated Retail Consultants  both highly qualified and skilled in their individual areas:

Mary Whittle
Mary Whittle

Mary brings a wealth of diverse business experience to the Beyond Retail division .Starting her career in marketing and development for a major fashion chain store, Mary soon gained a reputation for her openness, honesty and exceptional work ethic, qualities that quickly saw her promoted to regional and state management positions. Spending many years in the retail sector and expanding into the world of Franchising. Mary brings a well rounded and hands on approach to the sale of SME retail businesses. With considerable professional experience as both an employee and business owner, Mary is well placed to meet the needs of  her clients and add value to the transaction.

Australian Retailers Association
Australian Retailers Association

ARA’S MISSION

 “To ensure retail success by informing, protecting, advocating, educating and saving money for members”

 Founded in 1903, the Australian Retailers Association (ARA) is the retail industry’s peak representative body representing Australia’s more than $300 billion sector, which employs more than 1.2 million people.