Signwave implementing growth scheme

Signwave is implementing a number of new initiatives to enhance the success of its 15 Australian centre owners and the brand itself.

Linda Sultmann, general manager, Signwave says, “No doubt last year was another fantastic result for our centre owners, but we predict this year will be even better and are aiming to increase sales even further in 2017. Our objective is to increase sales by another 9 per cent – which will take it to an almost 35 per cent sales increase since we became the master franchise owner in 2014.

“We have achieved success in previous years with a renewed attention to marketing and sales skill development, which we are enhancing further this year as well as upgrading to an online POS system to improve centre efficiency and to service clients even better.”

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Signwave ended 2016 on a positive note with average franchise centre volume reaching $1m across the group with an 8 per cent sales increase.

To launch its initiative, Signwave will be exhibiting at the Sydney Franchising and Business Opportunities expo on March 25-26. Signwave says, the event is the first in a year-long program aimed at connecting with entrepreneurs and people with the potential to achieve success by owning and running a Signwave centre.

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