We are currently operating the Cartridge World businesses in Western Europe, which includes the UK, Ireland, France, Spain and Portugal.
Traditionally a retail franchise business, Cartridge World has had to navigate it's way through a variety of market changes over the last 20 years.
Our involvement led to the acquisition of the master franchise rights for the zones which has led to a number of different strategies being deployed in each region.
The turn-around is still very much in progress with the UK leading the way particularly in the are of online business.
"We have identified, developed and launched several new ventures and through the adoption of the 5 principles and methodology.
Some initiatives which looked totally viable on paper and in excel workbooks were quickly ruled out so that we could focus on the important opportunities which did work out.
We were able to safe time and move more quickly, resulting in faster revenue".
"We focus on a variety of segments covering health, confectionery, pet, not for profits to name but a few.
Paul has been involved in many of our activities both here in the US and where there have been broader opportunities in the UK or Europe.
The principles and methodologies you will learn here can help drive great results in any market".
Pelikan is one of the very first brands to be registered anywhere in the world and dates back to 1838 in Germany.
PrintRite Holdings aquired the brand rights to develop and commercialise Pelikan HardCopy products, which include printer cartridges, laser toners and other associated products.
In this venture we are working globally with strategic focus on the development of coherant brand and marketing strategies and on-the-ground business development.
Brother is a leading manufacturer of printing and labelling products and operates globally.
This venture is to introduce a new game-changing way for business customers to pay for their printing.
This new solution has been made possible through us sharing and managing the commerical risk in order to bridge a gap between the vendor's go-to-market strategy and what the customer views as value.