Signs Express Funds New Start-Ups
The burgeoning sign network is going an extra mile to ensure their business’ steady growth. By the end of 2017, the franchise will be opening six new stores across the country and has announced they will aid any new Signs Express start-up by funding them with £30,000. This funding is designed to help the company off the ground and to build contacts and relationships with neighbouring firms.
Signs Express MD, Craig Brown says: “We recognize that starting your own business is a big commitment and are demonstrating our support by investing in you. Having seen tremendous growth over the last twelve months, there continues to be a huge demand for graphics and signage throughout the diverse B2B sector and our franchisees are experiencing record turnover.”
Brown says he is calling for motivated individuals to be part of the thriving graphics and signage industry by becoming Signs Express franchisees. Not only is Signs Express offering financial backing to individuals interested in becoming franchisees, they are including their business model, marketing, business development, sales and full operation support. The Franchise Support Centre in Norwich is designated to help the network of franchisees across the UK and Ireland.
Four out of the six new centres have already opened in Newcastle, Swindon and Scarborough, however, Signs Express has many other available locations across the UK for brand new start-ups. The franchise has already received new start-up requests for early next year.
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