Fibrenew Now Launched in Saudi Arabia
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Fibrenew Now Launched in Saudi Arabia

Demand for Niche Leather, Plastic, and Vinyl Repair Service Inks International and Domestic Franchise Growth

BLACK DIAMOND, AB, June 28, 2021 // PRNewswire // - Fibrenew- the mobile leather, vinyl, plastic, fabric and upholstery repair service franchise now officially operating in Saudi Arabia. This month, entrepreneurs Ibrahim Alyahya and Fahad Aljuraibah introduced Fibrenew's superior service to meet the vast residential and commercial furniture needs of the Middle East.

This international expansion comes on the heels of a successful first half of the year adding 20 new franchise partners so far in 2021 across numerous U.S. states. Between the rising home service sector and the $841.5 billion global repair and maintenance market, the brand is well-positioned to help consumers and businesses save time and money wherever possible. It's a naturally eco-friendly franchise model, as the service offering provides an alternative to replacement, restores and conserves goods.

"Our global franchise owners are experiencing incredible demand as the economy reopens. Because what we repair can be found within homes, restaurants, offices, furniture stores, auto dealerships, RV centers, marinas and aviation, the demand is coming from everywhere," said Jesse Johnstone, president of Fibrenew. "With so many revenue streams across many markets along with a high demand for our services, we are poised for very strong growth in the foreseeable future."

"We continue to attract business owners from all walks of life because of the flexibility franchise owners have to create their own schedule and see the instant satisfaction from cliental on the end results. Our attention to detail, products and processes are incomparable." said Johnstone. "In addition, we at the head office are available to help with any technician related questions, customer service and manage each of the owner's individualized webpages to better market themselves."

SOURCE Fibrenew



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