Sydney, New South Wales (PRWEB) October 09, 2012
Leading transport services franchise Mailplus is excited to announce the launch of two new websites today. The two new sites are:
1) A replacement website covering Mailplus’ core mail, banking, overnight courier satchel and parcel services.
This new site covers all aspects of the Mailplus business and its focus on, and excellent support for, small-to-medium sized businesses (SMBs) across Australia.
Chris Burgess, CEO of Mailplus said "..we've expanded the functionality of our website to cater for the expanding needs of our small-to-medium sized business customers. Being a one-stop-shop for pick-up and delivery services - Mailplus is like a courier but better. Visit mailplus.com.au and see how your business can save time and money every day".
Details of Mailplus Overnight Courier Satchels can be found on the new site including a link to Australia Post’s website covering all key information: http://auspost.com.au/business/mailplus-satchel.html
The new website brings a refreshed look to the Mailplus brand online and now also includes helpful small business tips and ideas including topics such as:
The new site even includes a unique discounted offer for websites for Mailplus customers – 50% off a range of website options.
This offer is indicative of Mailplus’ increasing ability to offer SMBs practical business solutions that save them time and money and reduce risk every day.
The new website can be found at: http://www.mailplus.com.au
2) Mailplus has also now launched a specific website for its franchising division – and with over 150 franchises throughout Australia and demand for many more, this was the only sensible option.
Having been included in BRW’s Fast Franchises list for three consecutive years (2010, 2011, 2012) potential franchisees can now explore the many features and benefits of being a Mailplus franchisee whilst also being able to explore available franchises for sale and register for information online.
The franchising site along with helpful videos is an easy to follow guide for people looking to own their own business in the rapidly growing parcels sector.