PostNet vs. Allegra® Printing Franchise
The PostNet Printing Franchise offers lower costs and greater potential returns when compared to Allegra® Printing Franchise
There are more than 27 million small businesses with fewer than 100 employees in the United States, according to the latest data from the Census Bureau — lawyers, accountants, consultants, plumbers and doctors to name just a few. They’re skilled professionals who have mastered their trade — but they often struggle to market their skills to new customers.
PostNet is a printing franchise that offers integrated marketing solutions to help America’s small businesses grow.
The market potential is huge. The three industries in which PostNet operates — digital printing, online marketing and shipping — have a combined value of more than $700 billion, and PostNet’s niche is growing quickly. More than 12 percent of U.S. adults reported starting or running a new business in 2011 — and each of those owners and managers can benefit from the services PostNet offers.
Which printing franchise works best for you? There are several options to investigate, and Denver-based PostNet has been rated among the top franchise opportunities by Entrepreneur magazine for the past 20 years, and Franchise Business Review has consistently lauded the company for its franchisee satisfaction. Additionally, PostNet works hard to make the franchise opportunity accessible. We’ve put together a comparison chart showing how PostNet stacks up against Allegra®:
|Liquid capital required||$60,000||$200,000|
|Net worth required||$300,000||$400,000|
|Total U.S. units**||725||284|
*Source: Entrepreneur.com, PostNetfranchise.com
** Estimated units as of July 1, 2013
4 Reasons Anyone Thinking about Printing Franchise Ownership Should Look at PostNet
Low Startup Costs and Overhead. PostNet has developed partnerships with companies nationwide that provide services under the PostNet brand. These partners help franchisees fulfill a wide variety of orders and enjoy large profit margins without having to invest in specialized equipment. As PostNet franchises grow, they have the option of adding equipment in order to capture a greater share of profits, but PostNet’s relationships allow franchisees to enjoy low startup and overhead costs, especially important when building a new business.
Shipping services. PostNet not only solves printing and marketing needs for small businesses — we can also handle fulfillment. PostNet Neighborhood Business Centers are authorized outlets for FedEx, UPS, the U.S. Postal Service and DHL. PostNet has been a shipping expert for 20 years and has systems in place that make it easy for a franchisee to serve customers’ shipping needs, whether they need to send a fragile item to Dubai or Dubuque.
Proven leadership. PostNet is led by its co-founders, CEO Steve Greenbaum and President and CFO Brian Spindel. The pair have provided operational support to business owners for nearly 30 years, and have established industry-leading training and support programs for franchisees, which include an open line of communication with top management. PostNet’s open and collaborative culture has allowed innovation to flourish.
Neighborhood locations. PostNet Neighborhood Business Centers feature walk-in storefront that allows customers to come directly to the business. PostNet is part of the community, and is a place where customers are welcome to visit.
Learn More About PostNet
PostNet offers a unique opportunity for entrepreneurs to start a business that benefits the community by giving other entrepreneurs the tools they need to grow. Learn more by downloading a free franchise report at postnetfranchise.com or call 866-379-5649 to start a conversation.