For Sale: Commercial Print Brokering Service - SF Bay Area
12 Year Old Business, Great History And Retention Of Customers, Registered Trademarked Name And Logo, Fully Functioning Website, Registered Small Business With The State Of California, Preferred Noosh Vendor. Channel Sales Partnerships Established With Multiple Printing Facilities. Attributes: Home Based, Home Based, Training & Support, Relocatable
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Status: Active Posting #: 249743 Refreshed: 6/12/2022
Wanted: large format graphics/sign shop, or commercial printer. Ideally sales from $250K to just over $1M/year, with diverse recurring customer base. Profitable, competent staff, good reputation, & sustainable location. Buyer owns Bay Area graphics businesses. Flexible/creative 'win-win' terms.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, SBA Loan Pre-Qualified, Training And Support
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Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Training And Support
This locally-owned business is your one-stop-shop for all packing, shipping, and mailing needs! Established in October 1990, this locally owned and well-established shipping and packing company has consistently provided excellent customer service to the Santa Rosa community for over 30 years.
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Profitable 39 year old screen printing & sign shop. Same location 1 block from the beach for 39 years! 1000 square foot location with low lease that renews annually. Many many many return customers as well as large municipal customers. Included files and artwork go back to inception.
Attributes: Broker-Broker Coop, Training And Support
This is a unique opportunity to acquire a well-established and very profitable printing & signage services business. The business has been the printing & signage "go-to" for many years and has developed a large roster of repeat clients. Specializing in high-end mobile graphics, signage, & more.
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Profitable copy center with only 5 days work for sale in Buena Park, Orange County, CA. Off Saturday and Sunday. Business used to be much more before the pandemic. Owner work full time. Well establish clientele. Business in same location for 19 years. High profit margin. Easy to operate.
This print shop was established over 10 years ago not only as a brick and mortar store, but with a strong Social Media Presents, in a very artistic/industrial location. Their clients ranges from Commercial to private individuals from around the country, it also has a retail side front store with uni Rent is $2,700 for a 1,500 +/-sqft space including NNN charge, Net income is averages approximately $76,000 for the owner. There are 2 x F.T. and 2 x P.T. employees. Gross Income for 2021; $497,166. Gross income for 2020; $427,619. Gross income for 2019; $371,331.
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