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New ownership for Fastsigns Cawley

New ownership for Fastsigns Cawley

Three long-serving employees at the Crawley centre of Fastsigns, have joined forces to open an exciting new chapter for the business.

New co-owners, husband and wife Jose and Melanie Martinez and Alan White, all worked for the Crawley centre for over 20 years before taking the step into ownership.

Launching in 1995, Fastsigns Crawley was one of the first centres to be opened in the UK. Melanie, who joined the team as a customer service representative and designer in the same year as it launched, has seen first-hand how the business has grown and evolved over the past 24 years.

Commenting on the new ownership, she said: “We’ve all worked in a company that we love for over two decades, so ownership has always been part of the bigger picture. Our years at Fastsigns have enabled us to develop our knowledge in every aspect of the business and we feel confident that we’re poised and ready to realise the centre’s full potential for growth.

“I think I can speak for us all when I say that this is one of the best things we’ve ever done. We look forward to using the resources that the Fastsigns network can offer to help us explore new technologies in the sector and to stay at the forefront of this diverse and ever-changing industry.”

This follows new senior management changes across the franchise network. Fastsigns Enfield and Huddersfield have new ownership agreements with Oscar D’Souza and Keven Mitchell, respectively, while Fastsigns Peterborough has appointed a new co-ownership with industry professional Paul Robinson joining current franchisee, Richard Towers at the helm.

The changes come at an exciting time for the Fastsigns network as it continues to develop signage capabilities and extend its network reach across the UK.

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