Snap-on Tools (Australia) Pty Ltd
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
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
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
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.”
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.
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.
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.
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,