FASTSIGNS International Inc.’s plans for expansion throughout New Zealand have been bolstered by an announcement that the company’s CEO, Catherin Monson will feature as keynote speaker at the Franchise Association of New Zealand’s 2018 National Franchise Conference.
It’s on track for a 10 percent sales increase this year with average centre revenue heading for $1m; now this franchise chain is looking to bring independent print and sign retailers into its fold.
Franchisors remain optimistic about growth, and franchisee satisfaction is on the increase. That’s according to research house 10 Thousand Feet
Technology has an enormous effect on the printing and signage industry, and with an assortment of businesses available, the future looks exciting for franchisees. The most significant improvement has
The Melbourne Franchising and Business Opportunities Expo had a steady attendance at the weekend with regulars and franchise newbies reporting plenty of interest from visitors.
The sign business is a multi-billion dollar industry that primarily caters to the business customer and Signwave‘s aim is to have a sustainable network coverage in all capital and regional
A new era for Fastsigns/Signwave is starting with a restructure of support mechanisms, objectives, goals and brand repositioning. And to set this in motion Catherine Monson, CEO and director of
Part of the Fastsigns sign and graphics franchise system, which has more than 525 stores in six countries, Signwave provides a range of signage solutions for its customers, including full