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25 year old established printing business with longtime B2B clients located in the heart of downtown Chicago's financial and legal centers. Great business opportunity, priced to sell! Serious inquiries only please. More infoChicago, Illinois Non-Classifiable Establishment
This business, opened in 2010, is an excellent northern Chicago suburban location of a successful children’s entertainment franchise. It takes full advantage of the growing trend for “out of the house” parties by providing parents a clean, safe, private, fun, and inexpensive outlet to host birthdays or special events. Parents block a time for their party and place a deposit. At the time of the party the balance is paid. Parties are well structured and have the children play for a specified amount of time in the play arenas. The party then moves to an available party room for food, etc. Revenues are driven by room rentals and party supplies (pizza, soda, etc.). The owner currently spends More info
The business sells and repairs print finishing and paper handling machines. They are a Factory Authorized Dealer for many of the strongest vendors in the printing and paper handling industry.With the growth of the business continuing year after year, the owner scaled back his responsibilities of repairing machines and focused on selling printing equipment. The owner has defined a program to identify potential equipment purchases with the company’s customer database and executes development of new sales for the business. The other owner, manages the administration and accounting of the business. The other owner is also responsible for the company’s online presence (web site, google ad words More info
This business was created approximately ten years ago. The business consists of approximately 110 vendors, who rent small spaces on a month-to-month basis from within a 6000+ SF facility, in an excellent location with a high level of pedestrian traffic. The revenue model is to receive rent plus sales commissions from each vendor. A premium rent in obtained on balance by subdividing the space into very small increments and by providing staffing and a centralized cashier so the vendors do not need to be present in order to sell their merchandise. This co-retailing concept is to retail what co-working is to office environments. Artisans love the concept because this format provides them with an More info