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Signarama NZ joins Speedy Signs Group

Signarama NZ joins Speedy Signs Group

Speedy Signs franchisor, Business Franchise Group (BFG), has announced today the addition of Signarama New Zealand to its network of independently owned and operated sign companies.

“The latest edition to the group has great significance as ‘Signarama’ is Speedy Signs’ global brand name. Up to now this name has not been available for our use in the New Zealand market as it had been controlled by an independent sign company” says Business Franchise Group’s CEO Grant Archibald.

Recently however, Signarama New Zealand was purchased by Jared Percival who saw the benefits of joining BFG’s franchise network especially because of its strength in group purchasing, marketing, and ongoing operational and general business support.

“I’ve worked with some of the Speedy Signs stores on national projects and they stood out to me as a very professional operation, so joining the group made perfect sense” says Percival.

“Signarama will continue to operate under its brand and Speedy Signs will continue under its name” says Archibald.

Speedy Signs operates in 23 locations from Whangarei to Invercargill and there are close to 1,000 Signarama locations operating in over 40 countries. Speedy Signs has been operating since 1998 and provides a full range of signage products as well as an installation service.

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