Mitch Evans Consulting offers program to "jump-start" move into signs
Wednesday, December 08, 2010
Press release from the issuing company
Daufuskie Island, SC — Mitch Evans Consulting announced a new consulting program offered exclusively to printers who are seeking to increase their sales by diversifying into signage. The program is designed to “jump-start” printers who have considered adding signage and other wide format products to their print shops.
“Most printers today are struggling with sales growth,” commented Mitch Evans. “I will show a print owner how they can add $250,000 to $500,000 to their sales volume in the next 12 months from their current customers”.
Mitch was one of the first printers to add sign services to his printing business, Print Tech in 1988. He sold out in 2001, moved south and began his consulting career. About five years later, Mitch purchased a sign business in the Hilton Head Island area of South Carolina.
Mitch is offering a unique two day consultancy where you visit his sign shop Sign D’ Sign in South Carolina. You will see first-hand the type of sign shop that you can add to your printing operation. You will get intensive "hands on" training that will enable a print shop to seamlessly expand into sign products and services.
Mitch and his experienced staff will give you specific knowledge in every aspect of creating a sign business within your print shop including space requirements, equipment needed, the most popular sign products and services, supply/inventory needs, production and installation methods, pricing, marketing, sales and employee training.
Attendees will leave with a personalized Sign Business Owner’s Manual that documents all the information that a print shop owner will need to know to successfully add signage to their offerings.
A printer from the Boston area was the first one to take part in the new program. He recently visited and said “I really enjoyed the time Mitch spent with me. He has a great team at Sign D’ Sign.”
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