Tuesday September 22, 2020

Snap display their resilience during Covid crisis

Snap’s chief executive Sean Murray says new franchisees will be given support and expertise to build a profitable business from the start

12th September, 2020
Sean Murray, chief executive, Snap

The Snap business has been resilient in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic says Snap chief executive Sean Murray.

“We have been creative and quick to adapt to new trends within the industry. At the forefront of our business strategy has been the welfare of all our teams and customers by ensuring that we adhere to government guidelines and provide a service to clients that fulfils their changing business needs at this time.”

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