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Kall Kwik wunderkind brings brand back to the City

Kall Kwik’s youngest-ever centre owner has restored the Kall Kwik City brand to its Central London branch and set out to create a wide-ranging print provider in the capital's financial centre.

New Signarama UK owner talks up major growth plans

The new owner of Signarama UK has spoken of his ambitious growth plans for the brand, which he hopes to put back on the map “by getting back to basics”.

Signs Express opens new Macclesfield centre

A signage specialist with more than 35 years’ industry experience has opened a new Signs Express centre in Macclesfield.

Kall Kwik celebrates 40th anniversary

Print franchise Kall Kwik has celebrated its 40th anniversary at a London lunch attended by senior management, long-serving centre owners and suppliers.

Kall Kwik Farnham acquired by sales veteran

Former Apogee sales account manager Bill Clayton has bought Kall Kwik Farnham after working with the firm for more than a decade in his previous role.

Minuteman King's Lynn acquires apparel company following relocation

Minuteman Press King's Lynn has acquired printed garment company YourWear as part of a franchise-wide initiative to expand into clothing and promotional products.

How to start a franchise and grow with it

Risky business? Actually, becoming a franchisee is a lot less scary that it may seem.

EFI secures global MIS deal with Snap

EFI has secured a multimillion-dollar deal, centred on its cloud-based MIS PrintSmith Vision, with global quick print franchise Snap Franchising.

Grafenia to roll out cross-media platform to help combat falling sales

Printing.com parent Grafenia is poised to launch a new cross-media platform for franchisees later this year, which it hopes will help combat falling revenues in its traditional print franchise business after the company posted a drop in sales and profits in its latest accounts.

Interview: ‘Post recession, it’s all about expansion’

With more than 30 years in the printing industry under her belt, Fastsigns chief executive Catherine Monson is steeped in both print and the franchise model. She took over at Fastsigns five years ago, when founder co-founder Gary Salomon retired, which meant that she arrived in the midst of the global financial crisis. But with the worst behind us her focus now is on growing the $325m (£200m), 545-centre Fastsigns network.

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