Minuteman Press is supporting independent printing businesses as they sell to new investors.
The printing franchise has developed its own business conversion programme which helps entrepreneurs sell their independent printing companies to new franchisees. In the last three years alone, more than 150 independent businesses have used Minuteman Press’s support scheme. The franchise has over 45 years of expertise, so it’s perfectly positioned to support entrepreneurs as they sell and buy businesses.
One business owner to use the conversion programme is Domenic Tassielli from Kent in Washington, US. He wanted to sell his business Digital Print Services, so Minuteman Press lined up budding franchisees, Dawn and Jeff Brown. The grateful investors were excited to build up their very own design, marketing and printing franchise unit in the city.
Domenic explained how the hand-over progressed:
“I met with Regional Vice President Chris Jutt after answering a letter Minuteman Press had sent me. Approximately 12 months later, they helped me successfully sell my store at a fair market price. I would recommend Minuteman Press to anyone who might be considering selling their printing business to meet with them to see what they might be able to do for you.”
Dawn and Jeff were equally happy with the help Minuteman Press provided. Dawn said:
“We chose Minuteman Press International for a few reasons. The first was that their core values aligned with our own. Minuteman Press is still a family-owned franchise business and that appealed to us. It had that small-town feel, but with the resources of an international company. We also liked how as franchisees we had a full support system behind us as owners.”
If you’d like to buy your own printing franchise unit through Minuteman Press, visit its profile page here on Point Franchise and find out how to get involved.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©