West Palm Beach, FL – Sign and graphic services franchisor Signarama signed an agreement with entrepreneur Ghassan Barazi, owner of the company’s master license in Canada, to bring the company brand to 20 Middle Eastern countries.
The new agreement will cover the countries of Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Syria, Bahrain, Morocco, Yemen, Iran, South Sudan, Algeria, Egypt, Turkey, Israel, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Sudan, United Arab Emirates, and the Palestinian Territory.
Signarama offers branding and messaging solutions in addition to comprehensive sign and graphic services to consumers and commercial customers – from business signs, vehicle wraps, and digital signs, to advertising and marketing services.
Operating under the United Franchise Group as part of the $49-billion-plus worldwide sign market, Signarama has served the sign industry for more than two decades.
Approaching 900 locations worldwide, the company expects to have more than 1,200 locations worldwide by the end of 2016.
The Signarama brand was founded in 1986 by Ray Titus and his father, franchising pioneer, Roy Titus, and was recently ranked 28th on Franchise Direct’s ‘Top 100 Global Franchises’ list.