A demand for signage has increased steadily in the U.S. over the past five years. Strong growth in advertisement spending as well as steady investment in nonresidential construction have boosted this demand. By Nancy E. Williams
A demand for signage has increased steadily in the U.S. over the past five years. Strong growth in advertisement spending as well as steady investment in nonresidential construction have boosted this demand. Signs are the number one form of advertising, but in a highly competitive sector, how do you decide whether to start your own business or go with a franchise?
Signworld Business Partners gives you the best of both worlds. By being an alliance and not a traditional franchise, Signworld has no rules and no royalties. With 32 years of business experience and over 340 locations providing commercial custom signage and graphics, Signworld is a clear leader in the industry. While Signworld doesn’t require royalty payments, it still provides ongoing support and training, along with state-of-the-art equipment.
But is the sign business right for you? Do you like a business where you can use your creativity to design custom products, which makes every day different and unique? Would you like to have a business close to your home that does not require you to work nights and weekends, has low lease rates, and has a small staff of career employees? Would you enjoy working with a high rate of repeat business clients that have local, regional, and sometimes national-brand presence? If your answer to all or most of these questions is “yes,” then Signworld should be at the top of your list. The total investment is $210,000, which includes $30,000 in working capital. A net worth minimum of $350,000 is required.
To learn more about Signworld, visit their website at signworld.org.
– Nancy E. Williams