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FASTSIGNS named champion in global awards

FASTSIGNS International, franchisor of FASTSIGNS, has been named the Supreme Champion in Global Franchise magazine’s Global Franchise Awards 2019.

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Mark Jameson, executive vice president of support and development at FASTSIGNS with FASTSIGN’s global chief executive officer, Catherine Monson

The franchisor was also recognised as the top signage and communications franchise globally for its successful international franchise programme that has seen the brand grow to over 700 centres in nine countries.

Catherine Monson, global chief executive officer of FASTSIGNS, accepted the awards during the International Franchise Association Convention in Las Vegas. Monson says: “We are honoured to be recognised by Global Franchise in our excellence in international franchising and the success we have achieved in the sign, graphics and visual communications segment.

“I am a fervent advocate of franchising and constantly work toward raising the bar for what FASTSIGNS can achieve and the impact the franchising industry can have worldwide. Thank you for this prestigious recognition.”

Various aspects of FASTSIGNS’ entry impressed the judges, including relationship building, global intention, marketing, and the advancement in the cause of international franchising

FASTSIGNS helps owners of print shops, photography studios, camera stores, embroidery shops, and more, add FASTSIGNS to their existing business or fully convert their store to a FASTSIGNS franchise.

To support its franchisees, in 2018 FASTSIGNS partnered with 1HUDDLE, a workforce training platform that converts unique training content into science-backed, quick-burst training games that are proven to accelerate workforce productivity.

Ross Gilfillan, editor of Global Franchise, refers to FASTSIGNS as “raising the bar in global franchising.” He says: “Various aspects of FASTSIGNS’ entry impressed the judges, including relationship building, global intention, marketing, and the advancement in the cause of international franchising.”

FASTSIGNS is now turning its focus to the north eastern area of the United States and southern California, as well as finding master franchisees for Quebec, New Zealand, Brazil, North Africa, Southeast Asia, India, Europe and Latin America.

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