Hear from Paul Siggery as he talks about his background before becoming a franchisee and how he has found running his Snap-on business for the past 2.5 years.
Clive Stedman has run his Snap-on franchise for 27 years. Hear from Clive as he talks about his background and the skills you require to run a Snap-on Business.
Franchisee Pete Eccles started his franchise since 1998 and became a multi-unit franchisee in 2004. Hear rom Pete as he talks about why he became a Snap-on franchisee and the advantages of the business.
Watch a typical day in the life with Snap-on Franchisee Dave Unwin who operates his territory in Bromley.
Dave has run his Snap-on franchise for 11 years coming from a background in financial services. Hear from Dave as he talks about why he decided to become a franchisee.
I’ve never once regretted my decision to buy a Snap-on franchise and – one thing’s for sure – my family will never want for anything. How many young dads can say that?Laj Khattak, franchisee
I love that Snap-on offer you unlimited support. It’s so important if, like me, you haven’t owned a business before. Sometimes I don’t know what I would do without them!James Dainton, franchisee
Snap-on teach you everything you need to know and are there to support you every step of the way, so I’ve never once felt out of my depth.Craig Bishop, franchisee
Snap-on have trained and supported over 430 people, just like you, to build their own successful, profitable business.
With Snap-on, you’re never just a man in a van. Their team of over 150 head office staff support you in all aspects of your business; from sales and marketing to product, IT and finance.
On average, Snap-on franchisees earn over £6,500 per WEEK with many achieving average weekly sales of more than £10k.