Sign Business Opportunities – The Big Picture
98% of all signs are indoors. They are paper posters, cardboard, banners and thin plastic like materials. Most signs are thrown away every month. In December, they say “Happy Holidays”. In January, they say “Clearance”. In February, they say “Valentine’s Day”, and on and on
Drive down any street, walk into any business, notice vehicles of all sizes wrapped in pictures and graphics or visit a tradeshow and the opportunity for building a business in the sign industry will become very clear.
Top Features & Facts Of Our Services
No Rules – offers complete autonomy
No Royalties- more profitable businesses
Business to Business – Regular work hours dealing with more corporate customers
Small staff of career employees – Limited turnover which creates a better work environment
Owners Like You
Lance Walker currently owns Visibility Signs & Graphics in West Valley, Utah. Prior to entering the sign manufacturing business, Lance was a partner in both a sales and marketing consulting firm, and a real estate development company. He realized he wanted to change paths and start a new company, but didn’t know exactly what. He was however very interested in the sign and graphics industry.
Lance ultimately chose Signworld to help him open up his own business because it was lower risk than many of his other options, and he would have the ability to create long-term customer relationships that could turn into a recurring revenue stream. He also admired the “no rules” and “no royalties” characteristics of Signworld to run his business exactly the way he wanted to. Lance enjoys Signworld’s community, where he can always ask questions and gain more knowledge about the business. The network of production and installers from Signworld also allows Lance to work with customers who have locations or equipment around the country, knowing that they will receive the same high-level of quality work he can provide.
Lance Walker was the Signworld 2016 Rookie of the Year, generating the highest revenue of his first-year owner class.
Visit Visibility Signs & Graphics at visibilitysign.com.