As a society, we have become increasingly more reliant on mobile devices to manage work, stay connected and entertain ourselves. In fact, according to a recent study by research firm eMarketer, nearly of the world’s population is a smartphone user and this number is expected to reach approximately by 2017. These statistics prove just how much people have evolved with technology. Gone are the days where cell phones simply provide a tool for making calls, sending text messages and playing a classic game of “Snake” (for the Nokia alumni out there). Due to usage demands, cell phones have now become “smartphones” that are not only more intelligent, but offer the following features and capabilities: The list of possibilities is endless and only suggests the growing need for more battery power within mobile devices. That said, we can only hope startups and innovators like the one Forbes mentions can optimize the one ingredient powering everything we do—the battery.
Save money and your favorite device
We repair broken Apple® devices, including iPads®, iPhones® and iPods®, most Samsung® devices and many more. Plus, we have screen protectors for cell phones and tablets.
In-store services include (among others):
• Cracked Screen Replacement
• Button Replacement
• Camera Repair
• Charge-port Repair
• Headphone-jack Repair
• Speaker Repair
• Battery Installation
• Screen Protector Installation
Batteries Plus Bulbs is owned by Roark Capital Group, an Atlanta-based private equity firm. Roark’s current franchise portfolio includes companies such as: Carvel Ice Cream, Cinnabon, Schlotzsky’s, Moe’s Southwest Grill and more. All of our stores are equipped to design, assemble, rebuild, and test custom battery packs.
We continue to reign as the undisputed leader in the expanding $30.7 billion U.S. battery replacement market and in the rapidly growing U.S. light bulb replacement market estimated to be at $17 billion*. To learn more about our exciting franchise opportunities please visit www.batteriesplus.com/franchising. *Freedonia Research Study