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.
The best thing about being a Snap-on franchisee is being responsible for your own success. The feeling of pride I get from running my franchise tops anything I’ve felt before in my working life.Guy Baldwin-Brown, 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
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
Snap-on have trained and supported over 430 people, just like you, to build their own successful, profitable business.
Get more: more control over your own destiny, more time to spend with your family control and more money to support your dreams.
On average, Snap-on franchisees earn over £6,500 per WEEK with many achieving average weekly sales of more than £10k.