Fibrenew’s Franchise Culture is Rooted in Teamwork and Camaraderie

Shared Values, Mission, and Unique Characteristics Create a Franchise System with a Familial Bond

Just like families have each other’s back through thick and thin, the Fibrenew team is always there for each other. “Need help with a project? Got a question? Facing a challenge? You’ve got a whole bunch of co-workers who are more than willing to lend a hand and share their wisdom,” says franchise developer Denver Dominas. “We might not be blood relatives, but this company and our team are definitely a work family. And we’ve got the teamwork, camaraderie and occasional quirks to prove it!”

Dominas describes Fibrenew’s corporate culture as supportive, collaborative and fun, and that spirit carries through to its nearly 305 locations. The brand encourages open lines of communication between franchise owners. Franchisees often participate in regular meetings where they can exchange ideas, discuss best practices and learn from each other’s experiences.

A Diverse Group

The mobile vinyl and leather repair franchise has attracted former school teachers, engineers, sales consultants, construction workers, mechanics, software developers, logistics drivers, business managers, chemists and more. Even though they come from all walks of life, Fibrenew franchisees share a unique bond. They like to be hands-on, are passionate about their work, and their values align with the company’s mission and eco-friendly practices. Fibrenew is committed to protecting the environment by reducing waste. Instead of replacing damaged leather, plastic and vinyl items, customers can call on Fibrenew to repair and restore them. In fact, the company prevents the equivalent of 91,000 dumpster bins worth of couches, car seats, steering wheels, chairs, scrap vinyl and damaged plastics from ending up in landfills each year.

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Fibrenew replaces damaged leather, plastic and vinyl items, saving customers money and preventing waste from going to landfills.

United By Values

Fibrenew’s values, mission and uniqueness is exactly what brings the franchise system together like a family, says Dominas. “Families often share nearly identical values and a fundamental sense of belonging. We are a tight-knit crew who shares a common brand, mission and vision.”

Many Possibilities

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Fibrenew’s family-like culture is driven by shared values and a collaborative spirit.

Fibrenew’s vast customer base is only limited by the imagination. The mobile restoration service caters to a diverse range of customers across various industries and sectors. The primary customers of Fibrenew include:

  • Residential Customers: Homeowners call on Fibrenew for restoration and repair services for items in their homes, such as furniture, sofas, chairs and more.
  • Automotive Customers: Car enthusiasts, dealerships, RV owners and automotive repair shops often turn to Fibrenew for repairing or refinishing car seats, dashboards and door panels.
  • Marine Industry: Fibrenew restores seating on boats, yachts, and other watercraft.
  • Aviation Sector: Private plane owners andaviation companies are commonFibrenew customers.
  • Restaurants and Bars: Fibrenew repairs and refurbishes seating, booths, and bar stools.
  • Hotels and Resorts: Fibrenew restores the furniture and fixtures in rooms, lobbies and common areas of hotels and resorts.
  • Others: Fibrenew’s services can be used at almost any business or municipality, including schools, theaters, hospitals, fitness clubs and senior centers.

For more information about the Fibrenew franchise, visit www.fibrenew.com/franchising/.

The Restoration Market

Fibrenew is part of the booming restoration industry. According to Zipdo, the global restoration services market is predicted to reach approximately $50.60 billion by 2026, growing at a rate of 4.5% annually. Over 500,000 are employed in the industry in the U.S.

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Jill Abrahamsen’s career spans more than 25 years in editorial, design, and marketing roles. As the editorial director of IFPG, she serves as editor-in-chief of Franchise Consultant Magazine and FranchiseWire. Through both platforms, Jill helps franchisors spread the word about their brands and reports on the latest franchise news and trends. A skilled storyteller, Jill communicates franchisor’s messages through feature articles and franchisee interviews.

Jill is an accomplished writer, editor and graphic designer. Her extensive experience includes key roles with major consumer publications, including Boating, Popular Photography, and Design NJ magazines. As founding editor-in-chief of Franchise Dictionary magazine, Jill developed her passion and fascination for franchising which continues to grow in her role at IFPG.
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