Allegra Marketing Print Mail Targets Key Markets for 2021 Franchise Growth
Allegra Marketing Print Mail, leading print and marketing franchise serving the multi-billion dollar market for marketing, print and graphics services, is poised for strong growth in 2021 as the brand looks to expand its footprint in North America.
The growth plan for 2021 includes target markets with room for multiple new Allegra franchise members including Boston, Kansas City, Miami, New Orleans, Salt Lake City and Seattle.
“We are excited about growing the brand in these key markets and others across the United States,” said Mike Cline, chief development officer. “With our 40 years of experience and proven franchise model, we are the perfect fit for independent print business owners and ambitious entrepreneurs to grow their graphic communications businesses, increase profits and enter into more thriving business sectors.”
A key component of the growth strategy is two flagship programs that effectively connect professionals with the perfect Allegra business for their lifestyle and business goals.
For existing print and marketing professionals who want to convert their business to Allegra, the Allegra Advantage Program allows owners of independent print shops to become an Allegra center and gain access to a number of resources available in its network. For entrepreneurs who want to purchase an established business with an existing customer base, cash flow and staff, the Allegra MatchMaker Program can connect them with an existing center for sale, and also assist current owners of an Allegra center looking to sell find the right buyer.
Both programs are foundational to Allegra’s growth goals for 2021.
Prospective Allegra franchise members should have a background in marketing or sales, with established relationships and experience working with small to mid-size businesses. Ideal individuals are extroverts by nature, motivated by working for themselves and understand how to identify business-to-business opportunities.
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