Silver Chef is Australia's only dedicated hospitality equipment funding solution. Since its inception in 1986, it has helped more than 25,000 customers, from start-up cafes to large restaurants and hotels, to realise their business dreams.
We provide a flexible equipment funding solution to customers through Silver Chef's Rent-Try-Buy® solution in the hospitality industry.
While attending a trade show in the United States in 1985, Silver Chef founder, Allan English, discovered a new style of pizza oven set to revolutionise the pizza industry. He and a business partner invested heavily in these pizza conveyor ovens to sell to the Australian market. However it became clear that many businesses could not afford to buy them, so they decided to rent them out. The ovens began to sell themselves.
Ten years later, Allan devised a new funding solution called Rent-Try-Buy®. It enabled small businesses to procure hospitality equipment without the need for a large upfront capital outlay.
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A GREAT PLACE TO WORK 4 YEARS RUNNING
Silver Chef has ranked in BRW’s ‘Top 50 Best Places to Work in Australia’ for four consecutive years up to and including 2013! To find out why, visit our careers page.
Silver Chef has provided hospitality equipment financing for 30 years. We understand the obstacles and opportunities facing the industry every day. And we have seen businesses fail within two years of starting up due to lack of capital.
Silver Chef's Rent-Try-Buy® funding solution has changed the game, allowing small businesses to procure equipment without having to make a large capital outlay. Instead of wasting your hard-earned capital on depreciating assets, you can spend it on things that grow your venture, like product development and marketing. It just makes good business sense.