PostNet, an international network of neighborhood business centers, announced today the launch of its national business conversion program designed to allow independent retail operators to diversify into PostNet’s digital copy, printing and shipping franchise model.
At PostNet, there has always been an understanding and respect associated with the benefits of independent business ownership. In fact, the company began as an individual operator in 1983 and helped guide over 400 entrepreneurs into independent pack and ship stores before launching the PostNet franchise system in 1993.
PostNet is now proud to leverage its heritage and nearly 20-year history in franchising to allow independent operators access to the exceptional support, technology, merchandising and training associated with its award winning brand. Candidates can find more information at www.postnetfranchise.com/conversion. In fact, PostNet recently celebrated the grand opening of its first conversion store in Sunnyvale, California.
“Our proven business system, industry-leading support and world-recognized brand will provide new conversion store owners with the unique opportunity to capitalize on their territory’s potential, serve as the face of the PostNet in the community and set the direction of the market’s growth,” said Steve Greenbaum, CEO and co-founder of PostNet. “In addition, converted stores have the added benefit of being able to cross sell their existing services to both a new and established customer base.”
By converting, new franchisees will not have to pay an initial $29,000 franchisee fee and PostNet will make an upfront investment in training and support. Additionally, new franchisees and their businesses will benefit from… read on.