Cost of Becoming a Franchisee

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Startup Costs

The initial investment required to open a PostNet center starts at approximately $186,000. Why are PostNet’s startup costs low? Because unlike other printing franchises, PostNet doesn’t require substantial investments in printing technology or machinery. PostNet leverages partnerships that make it possible to offer our wide menu of services without requiring extensive equipment in-house.

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Initial Investment

  • Franchise Fee: covers all of the initial assistance for center opening, including training and education; ongoing marketing support; and rights to use the brand.
  • Center Development Fee: covers real estate assistance, construction, inventory supplies, fixtures, and other items.
  • Initial Marketing Program: covers marketing tactics that begin the moment your lease is signed and last for several months after your center opens, specifically designed for franchisees in your shoes to make maximum impact at the right time.
Initial Investment Breakdown
Initial Qualifications
Franchise Fee: $35,000 Good to Excellent Credit
Center Development Fee (Build-Out): $97,900Liquid Capital Required: $60,000
Initial Marketing Fee: $10,000 Net Worth Needed: $350,000
Total: $185,617 to $227,550
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