Postal Connections Welcomes New Franchise Development Expert

The experienced and award-winning Robert G. Shaw is expected to launch a strategic growth phase for Postal Connections/iSOLD It as it pursues national expansion

As the Postal Connections/iSOLD It franchise is looking to expand strategically from its base of 49 stores, it has hired a franchise development expert, Robert G. Shaw, CFE, to spearhead that growth. Shaw has extensive experience in growing successful franchise concepts in domestic and international markets and has received two prestigious President’s “E” awards for his contributions to the growth of American franchises abroad.

Shaw has worked with Fred Morache, Co-Director and Franchisor of Postal Connections/iSOLD It at Mail Boxes Etc. and is convinced that the unique opportunity that this franchise concept offers is one that can be scaled up to enable growth all across the United States.

Postal Connections stores have established themselves in communities across America as the one-stop shop for small businesses and personal services, offering convenient access to postal products, shipping services that are personalized for businesses and a variety of other services such as notary, passport photos and printing. Shaw joins the franchise at a strategic growth point where franchisees can incorporate the iSOLD It model in the Postal Connections stores and thereby offer customers a service for selling items on eBay, Amazon and other sites. Franchisees get a percentage of the selling price once sold.

Franchisees who launch the Postal Connections and iSOLD It models in one location access two thriving streams of revenue and make a big impact in their local communities as the one-stop shop for business and personal needs. With Shaw leading strategic growth, franchisees can look forward to a unique business opportunity that nurtures entrepreneurial skills and takes their careers to a whole new level.

Learn more about how you can become a part of the growing Postal Connections family.


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