Couple Opens PostNet Franchise in California’s Orange County

The B2B franchise’s new location in Fullerton, California, will serve the area’s small business community

The small business community of Fullerton, California, just got a boost with the opening of a new PostNet franchise. Entrepreneurs Roy and Ko Chou are conveniently located near two bustling shopping centers in a growing city that boasts several major employers, including California State University-Fullerton and St. Jude Medical Center.

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The PostNet franchise is a great fit for extroverts who like to go out and meet people and are dedicated to pitching their services.

OC Small Business, a business publication covering the Greater Orange County area, recently welcomed the Chous’ arrival in an article entitled, “New B2B Center in Fullerton.” The article says that the Chous’ new B2B franchise “provides customized, business-enhancing print, marketing and shipping solutions for small businesses and small-office/home-office (SOHO) professionals throughout Northern Orange County.”

PostNet’s wide range of services and solutions help small business owners thrive, offering professional graphic design, full-service digital printing, direct mail, signage, document binding and finishing, and ancillary business services like private mailbox rental and more. Unlike traditional postal and mailbox franchises, PostNet has strategic partnerships with all of the major logistics companies — UPS, FedEx, U.S. Postal Service and DHL. We offer a multi-carrier selection, coupled with in-center professional packaging services, to meet the individual shipping needs of our customers.

“Whether entrepreneurs are looking for printing, shipping or marketing solutions, PostNet is filling the void for convenient services that are essential to the success of small businesses,” says Roy Chou in the article. “We are looking forward to supporting the growing Fullerton business community.”

PostNet is a top-rated B2B franchise

Franchise Gator and Entrepreneur magazine named PostNet a best-bet investment opportunity for 2016. Entrepreneurs who want a proven business model with a long track record of innovation and success, and who want to become meaningful members of their communities, franchise with PostNet.

The demand for new PostNet locations is bigger than ever before; economic trends show that entrepreneurs and independent contractors are on the rise in the American economy. There are 27.9 million small businesses in the U.S., and their spending is part of what generates the $380 billion annually that goes to printing, shipping and online marketing. PostNet is dedicated to serving those millions of small business owners — providing them with the tools and expertise to compete for customers.

The 21st century business owner needs 21st century tools. OC Small Business points out that, “in addition, with the brand’s bricks-and-clicks business model, each PostNet franchise has both a physical storefront in the community as well as an Online Print Center, offering customers the benefits of online transactions and face-to-face service.” In short, the small business owner has a 24/7 ally with PostNet.

We’re rapidly expanding in the U.S. and around the world

PostNet recently announced plans to add 200 franchise locations to our network, a move that will expand the company’s footprint to nearly 900 locations across 10 countries. We currently have franchise opportunities available across the U.S. in markets such as Atlanta, Chicago, Charlotte and Miami, among others, as well as master franchise opportunities overseas.

PostNet is an authorized shipping partner of USPS, UPS, FedEx and DHL, and shipping customers provide one stream of revenue to PostNet franchisees. Often, they discover PostNet’s printing services while dropping off packages.

In today’s fast-changing business environment, PostNet maintains a competitive position by being deliberate, strategic and forward-thinking.

“Our franchise partners understand the challenges and opportunities that are unique to small businesses in their communities because they are small business owners themselves,” says Steve Greenbaum, co-founder and CEO of PostNet, in the article. “Of course there are other providers that design, print and ship, but the culture, guidance and direction we provide small business owners make the difference, creating ongoing partnerships between us and our customers.”

To learn more about the momentum behind the PostNet B2B franchise, click here to read about a recent PostNet franchise opening in the affluent Atlanta neighborhood of Buckhead.

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