Collins Foods (CKF) is a major restaurant operator in Australia. Its restaurant network comprises 119 KFC restaurants in Australia, and 85 Sizzler restaurants in Australia and Asia. The vast majority of Collins Foods' company-owned KFC and Sizzler restaurants are based in Queensland, forecast to be Australia's fastest growing state, while its franchised Sizzler operations are located in Asia. Collins Foods operates the food service retail outlets Sizzler in Australia and KFC in Queensland. Collins Foods was listed on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) on 4 August 2011.
Echo Entertainment Group (EGP) is engaged in casino business. In June 2011, the company demerged with Tabcorp Holdings Ltd. The standalone entity operates casinos in New South Wales and Queensland, Australia. Its flagship venues include Star City in Sydney and Jupiters Hotel and Casino on the Gold Coast. Echo Entertainment Group emerges as a dynamic organisation with four vibrant businesses - hospitality, dining, nightlife and gaming – that combines the strength of one of Australia’s largest publicly listed gambling companies with the drive of an entrepreneurial start up.
Trustees Australia Limited is an Australian company focusing on the investment in financial services business, including managed investment schemes. The company also owns and operates Magnums Airlie Beach Backpackers as well as develops properties at Alrlie Beach.
Redhill Education (RDH) was established in 2006 and currently provides (through its subsidiaries) agency services, English language courses and a diverse range of course options. It was listed on the Australian Stockmarket (ASX) on 21 September, 2010. RedHill's ultimate vision is to offer a full suite of courses from English language through to post-graduate qualifications. A key aspect of RedHill's vision is its market differentiation through its focus on both foreign and domestic students as customers.
Corporate Travel Management (CTD) is a provider of travel management solutions to the corporate market. CTD is a member of the GlobalStar worldwide network of 70 travel management companies which allows them to provide a seamless international service for its clients. CTD was listed on the Australian stockmarket (ASX) on 15 December, 2010.
Academies Australasia Group (AKG) owns six registered Colleges in Australia and a college in Singapore. AKG Colleges in Australia are registered as providers of accredited courses with the Commonwealth Government of Australia for the purpose of offering courses to international students (CRICOS). The company was formerly known as Garratt's Limited is engaged in the provision of training and education services, and the manufacture, import and sale of fasteners.
Superwoman Group (SPG) is a company that provides courses on business and wealth creation, delivered by some of the world's most popular motivational speakers and business coaches, including Anthony Robbins. The company also creates packages and delivers its own seminars, products and services which are used to generate new leads and sales into programs and to on-sell products and services following the main seminars. Investors can buy and sell shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Success Resources Global (SGU) engages in the operation of stock market education and training business in Australia. The company also provides financial products and/or services to retail traders and investors, as well as broking services to the public. It owns and operates its businesses under HomeTrader, HomeTrader Signals, daytraderHQ, Shares Made Simple, BackTesting Made Simple, and Forex Made Simple brand names. The company was incorporated in 2000 and is headquartered in Perth, Australia. SGU was listed on the Australian stock market in 23 January, 2006.
Stanfield Funds Management (SFN) operates in the tourism development, educational, and media industries primarily in Australia. It engages in the development of educational and tourism facilities; and production and distribution of educational and health products. SFN was listed on the Australian stock market on 30 June, 1994. Investors can buy and sell shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
Retail Food Group (RFG) was first established in 1989 for the purposes of developing and managing the Donut King and BBs Coffee & Croissants franchise systems. The BB’s Coffee & Croissants system would later evolve into the current bb’s cafe system. Following its establishment and throughout the 1990s, RFG focussed on growing the foregoing brands throughout Australia. The BB’s system was also established in New Zealand. Investors can trade Retail Food Group shares on the Australian Stock Exchange (ASX).
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