The communications industry has transformed, and so has Kall Kwik. A familiar presence on the high street in the 80s and 90s, it has been relaunched for continued success in the digital age.
Franchise owners use the Kall Kwik business model and brand as a launchpad to develop their own successful businesses in this dynamic sector.
Kall Kwik has evolved from a production-led operation to a consultative print and design service provider. Outsourcing high-end production means entry level and ongoing costs can be kept to a minimum.
As a business-to-business franchise, Kall Kwik is not subject to the fluctuating demands of the retail market and average order values are high with good profit margins.
The business is very customer-centric and offers a collaborative, bespoke service. This earns loyalty, which maximises repeat and regular orders, helping to drive business growth.
Kall Kwik have invested heavily in large format print to meet growing demand from conference and exhibition organisers as well as the hotel market and car dealerships. And the ability to print full colour to the highest quality enables centres to retain and develop relationships with a diverse customer base, including blue-chip companies.
Kall Kwik benefits from multiple income streams. It’s about much more than putting ink on paper.
Centres offer a wide range of services including:
Kall Kwik is a ‘work from home’ opportunity, minimising operating costs, maximising profits and facilitating an effective work-life balance.
Being very customer focused, with a wide range of services, Kall Kwik centres can cross-sell to their existing client base as well as developing new business. This results in robust, profitable businesses with good resale value.
New centre managers benefit from four dedicated weeks of training. This includes sessions at the Kall Kwik Headquarters, one week onsite at an existing centre and a week in your own centre with senior Kall Kwik personnel working alongside you.
In addition to training, Kall Kwik provide an extensive start-up package including:
You will make the key decisions in your business. But Kall Kwik are always on hand with advice and any additional support you may need in relation to marketing, finances or training. They also hold regular one-to-one business reviews and network meetings where you can meet centre owners from other territories to share ideas.
How much does it cost? And what do you get?
The cost is £50,000 + shop fit + vat, and working capital is also required. This covers your licence to trade under the well-established Kall Kwik brand as well as extensive training, support and essential equipment. Territories are large with 9,000 to 10,000 businesses (with some variations in London).
Kall Kwik are looking for people who are good communicators and motivated by achievement. You must be ready to set and reach demanding business targets, and have the energy and enthusiasm to cope with changing industry and customer needs.