As you take back control of your work day with a conscious effort to use your time more efficiently, it’s important to focus on your successes even if you didn’t accomplish everything you planned.
Since reading the entire Franchise Disclosure Document is a daunting task for even the most intelligent professionals ready to cash out of the daily grind to buy a printing franchise, part of your due diligence is to isolate the difference between your expectations and the ones of your potential franchisor. Frank discussions about the roles each party will play are …
3 Minuteman Press franchise owners share how their principles matter in the printing industry.
“I have owned my own business since June 18, 2018, but I have been in the printing industry for more than thirty-four years. I am drawn to the creative side of things and while part of the reason I quit my job for entrepreneurship was the long commute, I was also ready to run things in my own way.”
Ideally, you’ll find yourself a strong partner in marketing services BEFORE you have anything designed or printed … Why? Let’s take a look…
“Get involved, give back to your community, and always strive to improve the customer experience. If you keep trying to get better, you will. If you stop trying, you won’t. That’s a huge key to owning a business.”
“There were other franchises that I reviewed where the corporate philosophy didn’t jive with me at all and this is a really important factor. Jack and Minuteman Press International made me feel like family before I was an official family member.”
“Our conversion program enables independent printers who are looking to sell a printing business to find a reputable and trusted partner in Minuteman Press International.”
“We treat people the same way we want to be treated. We follow the doctrine of Minuteman Press International and it works. After all, people running a company with 40+ years of experience know what they are talking about.”
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