PostNet Franchise Blossoms in Texas with Two New Spring Openings
The leading design, printing and shipping franchise continues its rapid nationwide expansion efforts with the opening of two new locations in the Lonestar State
They say that everything is bigger in Texas, and now they can add PostNet to the list. The iconic design, printing and shipping franchise recently announced that it will open two new franchise locations in the Texan cities of Austin and Tomball in April.
The announcement of two new PostNet franchise locations in the Lonestar State comes hot on the heels of the opening of a new PostNet franchise in Pasadena, Texas earlier this year.
“Texas is one of the most business-friendly states in the nation, and that atmosphere has created a small business boom that is tremendously exciting,” says Steve Greenbaum, CEO and co-founder of PostNet. “Our centers in Texas are entirely focused on helping the millions of small businesses in Texas continue to grow and thrive, which is why our model is successful in small towns and big cities alike. Being a small business owner is a lot easier when you have a local partner in your community to help you grow effectively, to help you market and understands your goals. PostNet is going to be growing in Texas for years to come.”
Steve Greenbaum was recently featured on Measured Thoughts, a national radio program broadcasted out of the prestigious Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania, in order to explain why PostNet is so effective at meeting the needs of small business communities across the nation:
“Our customers are everything from startup or emerging businesses to companies with 50 employees or more,” Steve says on the program. “Our sweet spot as a brand is the four to 40 employee based company, which is really small business America, whether it be service-based or home-based. These companies don’t have the budgets to work with some of the larger marketing companies, so we serve as a marketing partner for our customers. But we also haven’t abandoned the individual customer. Obviously, small business owners are individual consumers, and there is still a great deal of demand from individuals for our services. This is why we locate our franchise centers central to the small business community, but conveniently and visibly located to be accessible to consumers. We’re B2B-focused but B2C-friendly.”
The demand for PostNet’s range of services extends far beyond Texas, which is why PostNet is proud to announce that new locations are scheduled to open our first-ever location in Mississippi, as well as expand our foothold in New Jersey, California and Virginia in the coming months.
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