Want to win a GoPro?
Vehicle graphics are a highly-visible, cost-effective way to promote your business on the go, 24-7. When you work with us on your vehicle signage in April and May, you'll automatically go into the draw to win one of three GoPros.
COOLEY ACCELERATES INTO CHAMPIONSHIP LEAD
Wellington driver Brock Cooley has accelerated into the lead of his class in the BNT NZ Touring Car Series after Round 4 of the series at Mike Pero Motorsport Park, Ruapuna, Christchurch, at the weekend.
Grow your business with foot traffic
Between warmer temperatures and the freedom of holiday breaks from work and school most brick and mortar businesses notice an increase in foot traffic during these summer months. However getting potential customers to “cross the line” from the foot path into your store is about more than favourable holiday trading hours.
Temporary Signs Promotion
Go in the draw to win 1 of 3 $500 Prezzy Cards with any temporary sign purchase! Flags, banners, foot path signs, posters, post and panel, road side signs, festive signage and more!
Health and Safety Signage Promotion Winners
Speedy Signs are committed to high standards of health and safety across all areas of the business and manufacturing and delivery process, and some lucky clients won a H&S Kit to help with their obligations.
TE ARO, Wellington (June 3, 2015) – SPEEDY SIGNS, New Zealand’s largest sign franchise, announces James and Sarah Abaniel are now the new owners of the Wellington Central store on 271 – 277 Willis Street. Read more.
Safety Signage ~ Safety Glow Signs
Safety Glow Signs store ambient light and glow in the dark. Safe, dependable and practical. No energy source is required. From emergency marker, egress, hospitals, schools or for your home.
Should You Put Vehicle Graphics On The Roof?
Vehicle graphics on the roof of a truck, car, or other vehicle is a great way to draw attention to your graphic; not many people think of doing this, as graphic placement on the sides is most common.
Race Day with Brock Cooley Motorsport
‘It was the best day of my life’ says one of the winners from the Race Day that happened earlier this month. Three clients were able to commute to the Manfield Raceway in Palmerston North and be a part of the Brock Cooley Motorsport Team in the pit, and speed around the track in the Speedy Car.
Speedy Signs Supports NZV8 Motorsport Team
Brock Cooley, who is a driver in the NZV8 Motorsport Touring Cars TL category, has had proven results in past competitions which is shown through his various achievements. “Motorsport is something I enjoy because of the challenge it brings when racing other talented drivers. Being able to drive fast is also a bonus” says Cooley.
Speedy Signs’ 7th National Conference
The Speedy Signs 7th National Conference, recently held in Wellington, fostered international speakers, and industry specific presentations and training. Over 50 franchisees attended making it our largest conference so far.
Craig Simmons is the proud new owner of the Speedy Signs Penrose store and knows the importance of signage for businesses and getting a solution that accurately reflects the company’s brand and values. Read more.
We’ve recently had two new owners to two of our Speedy Signs stores. Brent Smith is the proud new owner of the store in Newton, and Brett Neilson is the proud new owner of the Newmarket store. Read more on our blog.
$500 Travel Voucher Prize Draw Winner: Barry Martin from Ocean Pearl Fish Retail & Harbour Lunch Bar - Speedy Signs New Plymouth store
$500 Travel Voucher Prize Draw Winner: Andrew Lill from DNA Structures (based in Hornby) - Speedy Signs Riccarton store
Celebrating Success at Australasian ExpoThe 12th Australasian Expo was held in Adelaide in October. With over 200 delegates and speakers from the United States, Canada, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia and New Zealand, the 4 day event involved a formal conference programme, private trade show, along with social events.
CEO Grant Archibald reported to the NZ delegates that same store group sales had increased over the same month in each of the previous 12 months.
CEO, Grant Archibald, reports a big increase in demand from companies requiring national rebranding. "Speedy Signs has a comparative advantage being the only sign company with a 20+ network of locations from Whangarei to Invercargill", Archibald said.
Speedy Signs has seen a few ownership changes in the past 12 months with Riccarton being purchased by Dean Davis and Jacqui Perry, Charlie Rattray taking on Christchurch Central and Rees Young acquiring and then relocating Speedy Signs Newmarket. The East Tamaki branch also sees some new faces with a change of ownership in February with Matt and Shelley Mcgregor having acquired the business from Brent and Donna Neighbour who owned the business for 10 years.
Speedy Newton OpensThe latest location in the Speedy Signs network has opened at 98 Newton Road in Central Auckland.
The new store is managed by Ross Muirhead who was previously GM of multi branch print company. The Newton location features the latest model eco-friendly HP Latex ink digital printer.
Speedy Signs RebrandsIt's sound marketing advice for businesses to update their image every 5-7 years and this year it's our turn to make the upgrade.
Over 20 locations across the country have simultaneously undergone the transformation to our new logo and brand imagery.
Please tell us what you think of our new look - we welcome your feedback.
CEO, Grant Archibald was especially pleased to report that over 80% of stores within the NZ network recorded an increase in sales compared to the previous year.
May Sees All Time Sales RecordMay 2011 saw the group achieve its best sales month ever in 13 years of trading. Three locations (Newmarket, Hamilton and Hutt Valley) achieved indvidual store records and there has now been 18 consecutive months of increases in sales volumes.
Speedy Tauranga OpensThe latest location in the Speedy Signs network has opened on the corner of Marsh & Chapel Streets in Central Tauranga. The new store, managed by Joanne Newcombe, features the cutting edge, eco-friendly HP Latex ink digital printer.
Speedy Celebrates Success at Queenstown ConferenceSpeedy Signs recently celebrated its 6th National Conference at Rydges Queenstown. With close to 50 delegates and speakers from the United States, Australia and New Zealand, the 2.5 day event involved a formal conference programme along with a number of social events.
CEO, Grant Archibald reported to the delegates that there had now been 15 consecutive months of sales increases.
Both stores recognised these important milestones with in store functions with invited guests, customers and suppliers. Mayor, Len Brown was in attendance at the Manukau celebration.
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At Speedy Signs we have begun sustainable practices. These include not only products offered to our customers, but consumables used in production. The latest technology introduced to the group is the HP Latex Ink Digital Printer.
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Grant Archibald, CEO of Speedy Signs, attributes Speedy Signs' success to a combination of great owners from all walks of life, a proven concept with access to the latest technology and training.
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With a network of over 20 franchise sign production centres across New Zealand, Speedy Signs design, manufacture and install business signage tailored to promote your business. Speedy Signs' locations span the length of the country including Whangarei, Auckland, Hamilton, Rotorua, Napier, New Plymouth, Palmerston North, Wellington, Nelson, Christchurch, Dunedin and Invercargill.