“We’re looking forward to attending The Sign Exchange Show and connecting with entrepreneurs eager for an opportunity to excel with one of the industry’s leading franchisors.”
Both brands will also have information available for entrepreneurs who are not yet in the printing or graphics industries, but who are interested in joining the multi-billion dollar segment with Alliance Franchise Brands through new center ownership, a center resale or a conversion opportunity.
Graphic designer Joe Agius was flattered to receive kudos from Hollywood actor and businessman Mark Wahlberg.
Image360 says it offers prospective franchisees three avenues to ownership: new ownership, conversion of an independent existing signage business to an Image360 center, or the addition of an Image360 center to a print or any other industry-related business to expand service offerings.
And, the brand is equipped with a thorough franchise support structure, complete with training, operations, marketing and technology systems for its franchise members.
"We are honored to receive this recognition. Seeing the success of the local businesses we work with is what drives our team to ensure excellence in our strategic approaches,” said Costanzo.
Of the feedback collected from the Gurnee center’s customers, 100 percent reported that they are very likely to recommend Image360 based on the performance on their recent jobs.
“This only reaffirms our commitment to Silver Spring, our neighbors and the customers we serve,” Image360 DC-Silver Spring owner Andrews Akers said in a statement.
“At Image360, we take a consultative approach to assess our clients’ needs. With support from a national network of partners, we are able to provide a wide range of options and solutions. We are dedicated to our clients’ projects from imagination to installation,” Cockrell said.
“Exceptional customer service is a foundational principle of my business, so it is a daily priority for our team,” said Michael Renault, owner of Image360 Charleston.