FASTSIGNS International has signed four Co-Brand franchise agreements with three independent photofinishers.
A ribbon cutting ceremony and open house event was recently held at FASTSIGNS of Mobile in Alabama.
Approximately 40 people attended the ribbon cutting and open house event at FASTSIGNS of Bowling Green in Kentucky. “The warm welcome was really humbling and amazing," remarked Neil Griggs, owner. "It shows what a great place Bowling Green is, not only to live and raise a family, but to grow a business.”
The Anapurna M2500i and Asanti automated workflow will be demonstrated at an open house at FASTSIGNS of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Franchisees and team members of FASTSIGNS recently had the opportunity to train as G7 Experts at the company’s headquarters.
Recognizing the valuable insight and resources that it could offer photofinishing businesses, FASTSIGNS International hopes to offer inspiration through its sponsorship of the 2015 Buck Rogers National Photofinishers Group meeting, taking place February 22-24, 2015, in Mobile, AL.
FASTSIGNS International has extended its partnership with Benetrends to provide up to $15 million in funds to start-up and expanding franchisees for new center development. This extended partnership will help the burgeoning franchise continue its franchise growth momentum, having signed 45 new franchise agreements in 2014 and plans to sign more than 50 by year’s end in North America.
As a sponsor of the 2015 AMSP/NAPL/NAQP Executive Leadership Summit, FASTSIGNS will be sharing success stories from its co-brand program with independent prospective business partners. The co-brand program was created to assist independent business owners in attracting new customers and driving new revenue streams. It has successfully brought increased returns to many through providing new services, effective marketing and ongoing guidance and support.
Sign and graphics franchise FASTSIGNS signed 45 new franchise agreements and opened 31 new centers in North America last year. In addition, the company signed on Master Franchisees in United Arab Emirates and North Africa. Robust growth is expected to continue through 2015 on all fronts.
According to FASTSIGNS of San Francisco owner Jason Moline, switching to INX Digital’s Triangle ESC inks has resulted in a wider color gamut and life expectancy lasting two to three times longer than the inks it replaced.