A Lasertech franchise owner has reported a growth in sales by helping schools and businesses to save money.
John Alder, franchise owner of Lasertech Cumbria, has reported a growth in the first seven months of 2010 and his sales are up by 6.2 per cent on last year, with July sales increasing 29.9 per cent on July 2009, and John is well on target for his growth goals for 2010. John's territory covers Whitehaven, and is involved in the supply of office furniture after the recent floods in his area.
Lasertech franchise owners have invested time in educating customers who previously thought that they could only use printer manufacturer cartridges. These well trained franchise owners are able to advise customers that manufacturers' warranties are still valid when a business or school chooses and uses Lastech branded compatible toners and inks.
Printer cartridges are just one range of products within the Lasertech brand, but these are proving immensely popular as customers face price hikes from printer manufacturers and projector bulb suppliers alike.
Lasertech has helped existing customers save money by switching to quality Lasertech branded cartridges and projector lamps, while also winning new clients as both schools and businesses are confronted with price increases on these product's most popular brands.
Published: 11 August 2010
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