buying a business

Two highly complementary high street businesses

Trend and Erin News


  • Location
    Isle of Man
  • Sector
  • Relocatable
  • Asking price
    Price on request


About Trend

Trend has been a popular high street gift shop for many years occupying a corner plot on Church Road and Orchard Road in Port Erin. The business comes with a wide range of stock and a full electronic point of sale system which makes this a genuine turn-key retail opportunity. The business has had strong long-term turnover and the lease terms are very reasonable given the excellent position of the shop. 

About Erin News

Erin News is a popular newsagent and stationery shop on Station Road in Port Erin generating good turnover. It benefits from an excellent high street position with good parking accessible outside. The business also has a lottery point which generates strong commissions. Again this business also comes with full stock making this a turn-key opportunity. There is considerable scope to further capitalise on online ordering and delivery fulfilment as well as other potential opportunities to grow the already high turnover which the existing owners have not yet had the full bandwidth to implement. It would very much suit an active owner / manager looking for a good cash generating retail business.

Facts and figures
  • Well established
  • Excellent turnover
  • Good high street locations
  • Lease costs very reasonable

Thinking about selling?

if you are thinking about selling or ready to sell then let’s talk! We are happy to have an initial consultation to talk about what the market looks like and what the demands are for your type of business and take it from there. Everyone has different reasons for selling and our service is bespoke to allow for all of those scenarios. They could be retirement, ill-health or a planned exit strategy.

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Sally Fenton, Managing Director