ComputerXplorers joins British Association for Print and Communication

ComputerXplorers, the dynamic new national franchise chain, has joined the British Association for Print and Communication (BAPC) en masse.

'We recognise the help and support the BAPC offers its members and we want our franchisees to benefit in every way,' stated Nigel Toplis, managing director.

The franchise has over 20 years' experience in the US market and is a recognised expert in children's computer education, its goal is to help children discover their own technology and computer skills through exploration.

ComputerXplorers currently has franchisees operating in the Midlands, North and South England and has ambitious plans to have a franchisee in every major city in the UK within the next two years.

Commenting on their membership, Tony Honnor, BAPC's Association Director, said: 'We are delighted that ComputerXplorers has come into the BAPC fold - while it is not directly involved in the printing process it is very active in the world of education and communication. I am sure that in common with any other business the franchisees will benefit from the facilities the association has on offer and hope this will be the beginning of a long and fruitful association.'