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Signarama expands into Quebec

May 6, 2019  By PrintAction Staff

Global sign franchise Signarama has expanded into Quebec, unifying Canada under Master License Partners Anas Saltaji and Salekh Al Around.

With master license agreements already in place throughout Canada and in the United Kingdom, Saltaji and Al Around are not new to the Signarama brand. Saltaji is also the partner for Venture X in Mississauga, Ont. The expansion into Quebec enhances their partnership in the predominantly French-speaking province of more than 8 million inhabitants.

According to Signarama, the move now incorporates Canada under one support system.


“We are very pleased to have proven development partners expand into the Quebec market,” said International Director Tipton Shonkwiler. “Anas and Salekh’s teams have done a great job leveraging the assets and resources Signarama offers to strategically scale the brand and provide Canada with exceptional service options.”

With more than three decades experience and more than 800 locations around the world, Signarama strives to meet the needs of the rapidly growing sign industry. Its Canadian headquarters are in Mississauga, Ont., and it maintains stores in Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan.

“Unifying our efforts in Canada to now include the country’s largest province is a large part of our growth strategy and adds to our Master License Partnership covering the U.K., as well as other Master License roles for Signarama’s sister brand, Venture X. We look forward to providing support and opportunities throughout the country,” says Saltaji.

“Bringing Canada and the U.K. under one leader is a significant strategic move for our brand,” says A.J. Titus, President of Signarama. “In the future, we plan to capitalize on similar growth models, for example, working with our Master License Partner in the Philippines to scale the brand throughout that country, while we also continue our global expansion in Latin America (Brazil), Central Europe (Germany and Switzerland), and Asia (Japan), which are key markets based on their robust economies and the overall emergence of new startups.”

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