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Snap-on I


n 2016 Snap-on welcomed its 437th franchisee into the network, cementing the business’s place as one of the UK’s largest and most


Ambitious business owners continue to join the


ranks of the Snap-on franchise family. From ex-police officers to mechanics, and even former franchisees of other brands, all have found their perfect fit with the tool giant. You don’t need to be a motor enthusiast or even


have any motor trade experience to own and run a profitable single- or multi-van franchise with Snap-on. Thanks to an award-winning training and support programme, people from all walks of life are maximising their potential through good old- fashioned hard work and the determination to succeed. Franchisee Luke Hodgson said: “I’m a software engineer by trade. Before I started my franchise I went to university and took a bachelor’s degree in software engineering. I knew nothing about cars and wasn’t a mechanic, but when I became a franchisee I followed the system and gave it my all. Look at me now – one of the most successful franchisees in the network.” The franchise prides itself on the success of its


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franchisees. As a testament to its ‘all for one and one for all’ ethos, Snap-on franchisees boast a national delivered sales average – that’s off-the-van products sold to customers in their territory – of £6,200 per week network wide. With almost 100 years’ experience to draw on, Snap-on is a progressive and supportive franchisor. Franchisees are encouraged in every way to build their businesses as much as they can. Over 50 franchisees now own two or more territories and, perhaps surprisingly, it’s the under 30s who are the real driving force of this multi-owner model! Jonny Nassau, aged 27, has been running his Snap-


on franchise in south Leicester since April 2015. In just over 18 months, he’s become the top-performing franchisee in the UK, taken on an assistant and has expanded into a second territory. Despite already being the most successful


franchisee in the country, Jonny has grand plans for the future: “My long-term goal is to get to five or six vans before I’m 35 and spend my time working between them, making sure things are running smoothly, and eventually get to a point where I can just oversee everything and focus on developing my business.” Jonny is part of Snap-on’s prestigious ‘£10,000


club’ – he’s one of 13 franchisees in the UK whose average weekly sales exceed £10,000. Since 2015, the club has more than quadrupled in size, going from three to 13. Thanks to head office-funded initiatives, such as the company’s fleet of Rock N Roll trucks and the new TechKnow Express, franchisees continue to enjoy boosts to sales that have a significant impact on their business growth. Thanks to its in-house bank, Snap-on Finance, Snap-on runs a ‘help to buy’ scheme and offers business loans to help you fund the purchase of your franchise.


“With almost 100 years’ experience to draw on, Snap-on is a progressive, supportive franchisor”


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