Personalised print franchise launches with “no catch no cost” opportunities
ASK Print giving franchisees chance to operate their own online personalised print shop as it looks to become internet’s “leading” online photo book and print system
Printing brand ASK Print has extended its offering to franchising with its new online personalised print franchise; a “no catch no cost” opportunity.
Its new offer will enable prospective entrepreneurs and budding photographers to operate their own version of its personalised print shop, set their own prices and have access to all the necessary software, including Catfish Mega Edit and Infigo, to produce products ranging from canvas prints and mugs to funeral stationery.
Established over 25 years ago, ASK Print claims to be a specialist in personalised printing and intends for its new franchise division to build on its “expertise and success to date” with a goal to recruit those that are “professional, reliable, good communicators, and have a drive to succeed.””
Its franchise package claims to be “completely free of charge” if a minimum spend is achieved with premium packages available for £3,000 + VAT and platinum packages for £9,000 + VAT. Franchisees will receive training either via video or face to face at its head office.
Managing director of ASK Print in Bury St Edmunds, Gary Keens, commented on the new franchise venture:
“Our aim is […] to quickly become the internet’s leading online photo book and print system, all run from the cloud.
“A year ago, I challenged Infigo Software to come up with an online photo book system where a customer could build a photo book or photo product online in three minutes, while on a 3G connection, with all the features of a professional design package. A year later we have all that and more, and the Catfish Mega Edit platform is in my opinion currently the very best system of its kind in the world.”
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