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4 Books That Will Help You Grow Your Channel Letter Business

Posted on Apr 1, 2020 by admin
Books are a great resource for every entrepreneur. By reading how other people have become successful (and soaking up the lessons they’ve learned from their mistakes), you pave the way for you to follow in their footsteps, without needing to make those same mistakes.

Direct Sign Wholesale Opens New Location In North Carolina

Posted on Mar 11, 2020 by admin
Denver, Colorado, March 11, 2020 Direct Sign Wholesale, the largest dedicated channel letter producer in North America, recently announced it’s opening a second location in North Carolina. The plant, which opened March 2, will increase production by 30% and offer even faster shipping times for customers in the continental US. By operating plants in both North Carolina and Colorado, Direct Sign Wholesale can continue...

Preparing For 2020 Sign Expos?

Posted on Feb 11, 2020 by Fruition Admin
If you’re looking to grow your sign business, consider attending a sign expo. Expos and conventions are great opportunities to see the latest design ideas, attend seminars to learn more about growing your business, and network with other signage professionals. However, expos can also be overwhelming, so it’s important to properly prepare in order to get the most out of your experience. Read on to learn our top tips...

Why Bigger is Better

Posted on Jan 14, 2020 by admin
Although our world is becoming more digital, it doesn’t mean your customers should discount the benefits of physical signage. According to a 2012 study conducted by FedEx, 76% of customers are likely to enter a store they’ve never visited before based on its sign alone. Of those customers, nearly 70% actually completed a purchase once inside. Without an eye-catching sign, your clients could be losing out on a huge...

Why Adding a Logo to Your Sign Can Drive Business

Posted on Dec 12, 2019 by Fruition Admin
Think of some legendary brands like McDonalds, Apple, or Starbucks. If you’re like most people, it’s probably easier to picture these brands’ visual logos instead of their stylized scripts. And that’s no coincidence.