The expert signage franchise recently explained the value of interior signage, and the range of interior signage options available to customers.
In a recent news article posted to the Signs Express website, the sign franchise explained that, since hospitality businesses across the UK are re-opening and ramping up their services again, investing in clear interior signage is a good idea. With the help of the franchise, customers can feel safe and guided as they navigate business premises.
Signs Express explained that signs and graphics in a hospitality setting can attract new customers, welcome back old customers, and promote food, drinks and services. Signs can also be used to inform customers that you’ve reopened, along with sharing up-to-date opening times and detailing any new guidelines that will be in place post-reopening. Quality signage can do everything from creating an atmosphere and developing a brand personality to protecting staff and customers by sharing health and safety measures.
The sign business highlighted ten key types of interior signage for hospitality businesses:
- Floor graphics
- Notice panels and posters
- Pop-up banners
- Digital screens
- Menu boards
- Table talkers
- Protective counter screen signage
- Sanitiser station signage
- Wall graphics
- Architectural finishes
In the world of signage and graphics, the options are endless, and with Signs Express, businesses have the freedom to develop bespoke solutions that work for them and their individual needs. Signs Express can also produce and install exterior signage, helping to revamp your outdoor space as summer begins.
If you’re interested in becoming a franchisee with this growing, creative signage franchise, you’ll need to make a minimum investment of £65,000. If you don’t have the money upfront, but you’re really interested in getting involved, be aware that most UK banks are willing to lend between 50-70% of start-up costs to new franchisees with good credit histories.
To find out more about franchising with Signs Express, visit the company’s profile page, which you’ll find a link to at the top of this news story.
Cara Squires, Point Franchise ©