PostNet Printing Franchise Opens in Boston, With Plans for Four Additional New England Locations
BOSTON—July 24, 2014—The PostNet printing franchise has opened its first location in Massachusetts and plans to open four more in New England and 200 nationwide by 2017. It already has more than 700 Neighborhood Business Centers worldwide, and is looking for more business partners eager to provide printing, marketing and logistics support to help businesses in their communities grow—people like Matt Kaplan.
Kaplan is a lifelong Bostonian who worked as an engineer for several local TV stations, including New England Cable News, before joining the PostNet family. After 23 years as an engineer, he started exploring franchise opportunities. He decided to open a PostNet because he liked the company’s B2B culture and realized that there would be a huge pool of potential clients in the vibrant small business community in Boston. His PostNet Neighborhood Business Center is at 6 Liberty Square in Boston’s Financial District.
“We’re filling the void for convenient design, print, copy and shipping services that are essential to the success of startups and current small businesses in Boston,” Kaplan said. “It’s rewarding to know that we are helping to build economic prosperity in the local area by supporting entrepreneurism.”
PostNet offers a full range of digital printing solutions for small businesses, as well as graphic design, direct mail, Websites, email marketing and shipping. There are more than 27 million small businesses and independent professionals in the United States, and we provide the tools and the consultation business owners need in order to reach more customers and grow.
PostNet also provides a friendly, reliable partner for small businesses. Each Neighborhood Business Center is locally owned by a fellow small business owner who knows what it takes to succeed.
“We are excited to work with Boston businesses to help them win more customers and are excited about the opportunities to bring PostNet to more neighborhoods,” commented PostNet CEO Steve Greenbaum.