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Best Franchises to Own in 2022 – Franchises for Sale

Over the last few years, the business landscape has shifted drastically—first out of necessity and keeping people safe, and additionally through a focus on convenience. Essential businesses were placed at the forefront, meaning any businesses needed on a daily basis to keep life going were of utmost priority. Now that time has passed and businesses are back to regular operations, though, our viewpoints as consumers have remained focused on that convenience to which we’ve grown accustomed.


Women-Owned The UPS Store Locations Making a Difference in the Community

Hear more from a few of the women-owned The UPS Store locations, what makes each unique, how they inspire and strive to make a difference in their personal and professional lives. 


Store Stories: Building Business Relationships

Surjit Malhi and Navjeet Kaur 

Surjit Malhi and Navjeet Kaur, husband and wife team with two California The UPS Store locations, take their customer service very seriously. Firmly believing that “helping” is their number one job, they always say yes to their customers even if it’s something they’ve never done before.


The UPS Store Celebrates Black Ownership

We celebrate the achievements of the following franchise owners, while also recognizing their Black-owned businesses that have made a meaningful impact in their communities. Read on to learn more about what makes each retail owner unique and inspiring.


Store Stories: Philanthropy & Business Work Together at The UPS Store

Great examples of giving back are consistently present at The UPS Store. The following stories show how our franchise owners take their unique background and personal interests to a new level through community service and  a strong focus on charity.  


Employee & Community Engagement at the Heart of Each of The UPS Store Centers

An ongoing combination of hard work, continuous learning, the power of a well-known brand and commitment to great customer service contributes to a franchisee growing their business. However, without a highly engaged workforce, even the best-loved brands can fall short.

Some great examples of employee engagement are present in our franchise owners’ The UPS Store locations. Each and every day, franchisees build a stronger workplace culture through their dedication to serving their team, as well as their community.


Jay Patel on Opening a Franchise in the Charlotte Convention Center

Only a year removed from opening a franchise location in the Charlotte Convention Center, The UPS Store franchise owner Jay Patel has built quite a presence in a short amount of time. He comfortably breezes around his store – a non-traditional location with an open storefront that’s on the lower level of the convention center – talking shop with his employees and chatting with just about everyone who works at the center (all of whom he seems to know well).


Franchise Spotlight: Brandon Phillips on the Benefits of Owning a The UPS Store Franchise

There are several common traits you’ll find at pretty much every The UPS Store across the country – the logos on the employees’ uniforms, the signage displayed in the stores and the similar services offered by our locations. But each of our locations also has a fair share of distinct characteristics. One of the reasons for this is our franchise business model that empowers owners to run their stores based on their strengths and the needs of their community.


Sheryl Ross on the Benefits of Starting a Franchise - The UPS Store

Sheryl Ross has been a part of The UPS Store franchise network for almost two decades. During her time with The UPS Store, Sheryl has steadily grown her business and now owns four centers in California.

Before starting out as a franchise owner, Sheryl was an insurance account manager for a school district. This experience gave her a unique perspective on the needs of her current customers. 

“I was my customer, I was the one that was on the road and my office was in my car,” Sheryl said about her previous career. “That's who I was and now I'm at the opposite end of it.”

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