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Signarama and Fully Promoted Report Double Digit Growth and Record Sales in 2021

Signarama and Fully Promoted Report Double Digit Growth and Record Sales in 2021

Franchise brands Signarama and Fully Promoted have reported record-level revenue in 2021 across their franchisee networks in Australia.

Signarama reported over $78.3M in revenue from its 100+ strong network of franchisees (17.1% like-for-like increase against 2020), with Fully Promoted reporting over $30.5M in revenue from its 50+ strong network across Australia (24% like-for-like increase against 2020).

In addition to providing their core products of business signage and printing, and branded uniforms and promotional products respectively, the brands were able to add additional product  offerings during the pandemic such as cough screens, COVID-19 safety signage, as well as face masks, branded sanitiser and PPE.

“We are incredibly proud of the success our franchisees have enjoyed over the last 12 months. It would be an understatement to say it’s been very tough trading conditions since the pandemic, so to see our two franchise brands thrive through this period is extremely satisfying. It’s a true joy to see all the effort pay off from first and foremost our franchisees, but also our support staff, operational, sales and marketing team. 2022 has started no different and as an organisation we’re very positive about the future as we look to expand with several new hires and investments into the support office for our franchisee network.” Said Timothy Smith, Managing Director of United Franchise Group - Australia.

In 2022, the both franchise brands have set ambitious goals for network growth in Australia, with new Greenfield locations in the final few available metropolitan territories as well as regional expansion.

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