Printing Operators Turn To Signage & Visual Graphics To Revive Business

September 24, 2012 by Cris | 0 Comments


As the traditional printing industry continues to gradually decline, an increasing number of print shop businesses are turning to other categories, such as signage and visual graphics, to build new revenue streams.

Recognizing this trend, FASTSIGNS International Inc., the worldwide franchisor of FASTSIGNS® visual communications, signage and graphics centers with 530 locations in eight countries, will for the first time exhibit at GRAPH EXPO 2012 (Booth No. 3957), to be held Oct. 7-10 in Chicago. The company’s goal is to participate in discussions around printing business challenges and educate attendees about opportunities to evolve with new solutions.

In addition to exhibiting, FASTSIGNS will host an exclusive breakfast and lunch program with CEO Catherine Monson at 8:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. on October 8, respectively. Guests who pre-register for the programs will have an opportunity to speak with Monson regarding the company’s franchise conversion program, which allows business owners to add a FASTSIGNS center within their existing business for as little as a $6,000 initial investment.

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