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How a Snap-on franchisee built a mobile empire

16/05/2019

When Mechanic Dan Pullen realised he wanted to down tools and employ his skills in customer relations he knew the solution would be a Snap-on franchise. “I had the industry knowledge and

3 secrets to running a franchise with family

26/04/2019

Have you ever wanted to start a business with a relative? Many entrepreneurs will tell you, money and family don’t mix, but with the proper structures and support systems in

Snap-on Tools father and son franchisees are nailing it

04/04/2019

How would you get on working with your dad, or your son? Graham and Josh Glendinning have mastered it. The father and son franchisees operate a business with Snap-on Tools. Graham

Snap-On’s loyal franchisee

23/03/2018

After 27 years in the mobile tool retail franchise Snap-on, Chris Edwards hasn’t looked back. “I was buying the product as an employee. I was in the trade and was excited by it. I’d always been interested in sales and was really attracted to selling a quality product. It was something I believed. It was just logical – I’d be working for myself and working in sales.”

From a Snap-on business to the Invictus Games – how one franchisee isn’t letting life hold him back

25/08/2017

Wheelchair-bound Snap-on franchisee Steve Fell believes quite simply that if you put your mind to achieve something, you can accomplish it. And he’s living this belief.

Snap-on Tools franchisees follow parents’ footsteps

14/06/2017

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Snap-on Tools targets NSW and VIC in growth plans

29/06/2016

Mobile tool supplier franchise Snap-on Tools has plans for seven franchises to open across the country, targeting metropolitan and major regional centres in Melbourne and Sydney.

Opportunities in WA: Snap-On Tools at the Perth expo

09/05/2016

Recent changes in the mining sector have paved the way for growth in franchising, and opportunities in buying a business.

5 things I wish I knew before I bought a franchise: Snap-on Tools franchisee

14/12/2015

Gerry Roelofsz has been the Snap-on Tools franchisee for South Auckland for two years. Before that, he ran a Snap-on company store, so he’s seen both sides of a franchised business.

Funding franchisees is paying off for Snap-on Tools

29/10/2015

Tight lending at the major banks is not a concern for ten new franchisees who have taken advantage of private funding through the Snap-on Tools Australia Credit Program. Nick Hudson,