Who are we?

We are a family owned and operated business.

ECCO Enterprises is a hospitality-focused project management & consulting business with significant expertise in the conception, development & implementation of new cafe operations.

ECCO Enterprises are a family owned and operated business with 25 years’ experience in establishing and operating some of Melbourne’s leading destination cafés.  We are passionate about what we do and how we do it.

The directors David and Michael Haddad are passionate about their businesses –  which cover a broad section of the market – being Medical, Health, Education, and Corporate sectors.

Some of our services include:

  • Tender process management – application, preparation and submission
  • Effective negotiation of lease terms & conditions
  • Complete fit out from bare shell to award winning cafe’s
  • Project Management from concept to completion
  • Refurbishment and re-branding of existing “tired” cafe’s
  • Sustainable building best practices
  • Operations Management & Human Resources
  • Development of Catering and Function Facilities
  • Marketing & Promotion
  • Innovation and quality projects
Our Experienced and Capability

ECCO Enterprises vision is to be Australia’s leading hospitality-focused proponent in the delivery of cutting-edge concepts and design with a core focus on improving the lives of our customers, staff, and strategic partners, as well as our local and international communities.

We are unique in the catering industry. On one hand we are small – personable, accessible and entrepreneurial, delivering operations that are genuine, honest and alive. Yet we are big, having built a comprehensive hospitality business over 25 years that consists of 6 distinct, customised café operations and a thriving functions business. This allows us to bring proven systems, processes and financial stability to our capacity to be agile and to deliver tailored solutions for our strategic partners.

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