Margins up to 80% (based on average commercial project)
Multiple target markets for maximum sales results: 50% in-store/online retail and 50% outside commercial
Low startup cost
Low monthly licensing fee
No sales percentage
Unlike most franchise models, The PR licensed business model doesn’t take a percentage of your sales.
Minimum commitment is only two years.
Low initial investment
Estimated initial investment is only $50,000-$150,000.
What is the difference in pricing, commitment and requirements between a licensed model and a franchise?
A comparison of The Print Refinery™ license vs. a typical franchise:
$7,500 vs. $45,000 (or $15,000 up front + $30,000 over first 3 years)
$600 vs. $3,000 (based on 8% of estimated average sales)
2 years vs. 20 year
Estimated total initial investment
$50,000 – $150,000 vs. $150,000 – $300,000
What is the difference between a licensed model and a franchise?
With a licensed model, IPI has a very limited role in your business.
Other than your obligation to properly use The Print Refinery™ trademarks and maintain a minimum level of quality in providing business services associated with the trademarks, IPI does not restrict or dictate the manner in which you conduct your operations. A licensed model is not subject to sales reporting regulations. A Hallmark store would be an example of a licensed model. A McDonald’s would be an example of a franchise.