Franchise Gator Names PostNet Franchise to Top 100 Franchise List
Franchise research site names PostNet franchise best bet
Franchise Gator, a website devoted to franchise industry research and news, has named PostNet services top franchise to its 2015 Top 100 list.
PostNet Neighborhood Business Centers make life easier for local businesses by providing graphic design, marketing, printing and logistics solutions that help them reach and win more customers. The range of services we offer makes us unique, as does the personal business relationship that our franchisees offer fellow entrepreneurs.
“It’s a great marketing franchise for extroverts who like to go out and meet people and are willing to pitch their services,” says CEO Steve Greenbaum. “It’s also a good printing franchise, and a family business with normal business hours.”
Franchise Gator ranked top franchise PostNet 19th overall. The list is based on a formula that considers several variables, including financial stability, transparency, engagement, continuity and sustainability. The online directory evaluated franchise opportunities that fit the mold for its visitors’ searches by taking investment range and industry into account.
We’ve been franchising since 1993 and have more than 700 locations with nearly 300 in the United States and the rest in South Africa, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Panama and Venezuela.
We offer new franchisees 10 days of classroom training followed by five days of on-site training. Sixty days after your PostNet opens, we return for two more days of on-site training. Each shipping franchise owner has a dedicated business support consultant. New franchise owners are paired with mentors, and PostNet owners get to know one another through regular conventions, franchise advisory councils and conference calls. PostNet also provides an online message board for franchisees, as well as other online tools.
“On a regular basis, you get together and share in-depth details about your business — your challenges, your financials — and then you consult with one another,” says John Yovetich, a franchisee in Missoula, Montana.