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10/24/2009

Copy Center

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  Copy Center business.

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  The popularity of operating a business or working from home has catapulted a copy center into one of the hottest business start-ups available for the new millennium simply due to the fact that most people working from home lack the resources to purchase this type of office equipment, or can justify the expense for the limited use. Copy centers typically provide customers with a wide range of services, including black and white photocopying, digital color copying, a facsimile transmission service, laminating, booklet and report binding, mail box rentals, courier and shipping options, and small-run print jobs of business cards, fliers, and business presentations. The key requirement for success in this business is unquestionably location. The copy center must be located in a highly visible area with excellent parking facilities and/or lots of walk-by foot traffic. As a method to reduce start-up costs, as this type of equipment is extremely expensive you may want to consider purchasing secondhand equipment or lease new equipment. The industry is competitive and start-up costs are high, but the profit potential is outstanding, and it is not uncommon for owners of copy centers to earn a six-figure income.
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