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Ken Kindt of Signworld Introduces New Signworld Location in Phoenix, AZ

11-22-2011 04:53 AM CET | Advertising, Media Consulting, Marketing Research

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Laguna Hills, CA – November 16, 2011 - Ken Kindt, President and Founder of Signworld, and Jack Warner, Vice President of Signworld, would like to announce the addition of Tim Wyse, Owner of Design Phoenix Signs and Graphics, a new Signworld location in Phoenix, AZ to the Signworld family

Ken Kindt of Signworld said, “After spending 30 years as a technical training manager for Honeywell, Tim ran into a situation that many have faced over the past 36 months. One day, Tim walked into work and found out that he had a new immediate boss with a completely different, in-your-face approach than what had previously been the norm.” Tim’s boss didn’t see eye-to-eye with Tim’s training procedures that had proved to be successful since he took the position within the company 12 years earlier. Soon after the entrance of Tim’s new boss, Tim found the exit after 30 years of loyal service.

Tim decided at that point that he no longer had the desire to work for someone else and allow them to determine his future. “Corporate life in a global conglomerate had become a nearly 24-hour-extreme-stress-with-not-much-upside meat grinder. I had an opportunity to escape that and become my own boss and I jumped at it. The kicker for me was being able to access my 401K without tax penalty to fund my startup -- I no longer have to worry about Greece's financial problems directly affecting my financial future...” Tim said.

Tim grabbed his laptop and began searching the internet for business opportunities and franchise organizations that would be able to help him achieve his goals. He soon came across the website for Frannet, a franchise broker group that represents numerous franchise companies, and was introduced to Harriet Moser. Harriet helped Tim determine his goals and what he wanted his future to look like and found that Signworld would be a great fit, “Tim had the skill set to lead a company, the passion to own his own business and the desire to succeed. After meeting with Tim a few times and truly understanding what he wanted his future to look like, I knew that Signworld was the right opportunity for him.

“I believe strongly that Tim will succeed with Signworld because of their turn-key business solution that allows individuals like Tim to utilize their skills from previous employment and generate an atmosphere that is unique to the individual rather than having to look and feel like everyone else in the organization, while receiving on-going support and training that will keep Tim on the forefront of the industry and steps ahead of his competition.” says Ken Kindt.

Ken Kindt says of Tim, “We’re excited to have Tim as a new owner in our organization. Tim has the heart of a leader and will be a great asset to the Signworld family and the owner assisted support network. We look forward to working hard with him to achieve his goals and secure his future through a successful business.”

Signworld is a national organization with more than 250 independently owned sign companies, which provide commercial custom signage and graphics. Jack Warner and Ken Kindt lead the Top management at Signworld. It is personable, creative, rewarding and ideal for people-oriented individuals who have the desire to learn how to manage a sales and production business. Signworld affiliates are a cut above traditional sign companies. Ongoing support and training is provided along with state-of-the-art equipment. Signworld business model runs on a no royalty concept. You can learn more about Signworld at

Address: 88 Piikoi St. #4409
City- Honolulu
State- HI
Postal Code / Zip- 96814
Country :- USA

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