Spray-Net Founder Paints a Network of Opportunities

Carmelo Marsala is painting a masterpiece. It started with a summer job at a Student Painters franchise in Montreal. But an entrepreneurial drive and a gap in the market led Marsala to go out on his own. He saw a need for a new paint formula – one that allowed for a higher quality paint job. So he sought the help of a chemist. 

According to the Financial Post, Marsala and the paint chemist created a “a paint formula to bridge the gap between conventional painting (taking a brush or roller to wood surfaces that are repainted every couple of years) and factory painting.”

Marsala created Spray-Net in 2010. Today, Marsala has been recognized as a business force in North America.

In just a few short years he has taken his start-up and turned it into a successful business – and he used a trusted model to do it.

In just a few short years he has taken his start-up and turned it into a successful business – a massive revenue generator founded upon a scientific approach to painting – formulating its own line of industrial coatings and applying them with a specialized set of equipment and painting techniques.

Now it’s a multimillion dollar, multinational brand. But more importantly, Spray-Net’s growth has provided countless economic opportunities for franchisees and employees across the U.S. and Canada.

 

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