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    Snappy Group snaps up new Head of Marketing

    Brad Jones

    The Snappy Group has announced the appointment of Brad Jones as Head of Marketing. He joins the technology business, home of growing delivery app Snappy Shopper, after three and a half years with Company Shop Group and will report to Dan Calvert, Chief Growth Officer.

    Jones’s role will focus on boosting local businesses and their communities by growing brand awareness of the Snappy Group, through the promotion of Snappy Shopper, Hungrrr and digital high street propositions. He will prioritise supporting Snappy Shopper on their mission to grow the brand’s presence in new and existing areas in the UK and globally.

    The Snappy Group is continuing to demonstrate secure, stellar growth in the competitive marketplace that is home delivery. With new EPOS partners and further expansions in convenience stores across the UK, the business provides support to local stores to extend their offerings to consumers. Similarly, behind the scenes, Snappy Group powers a multitude of white label solutions for SMEs in Hospitality with its Hungrrr proposition and bespoke developments for larger groups too.

    Jones brings a breadth of marketing expertise and industry experience following his established marketing background at Company Shop Group, the leading redistributor of food and household products in the UK. Along with this, he holds strong leadership qualities and a combination of creative and growth mindset.

    “We are delighted to have Brad head up the marketing team here at Snappy,” said Calvert. He shares our enthusiasm for empowering local businesses and supporting growth. Coming from a company who were motivated by earning trust and loyalty of stakeholders, Brad brings a fresh outlook to the team allowing the Snappy Group to continue positive progress in the market.”

    Brad Jones said: “With the continued stable growth at Snappy Group, it’s an exciting time to join and I’m delighted to be here. Through our leading technology and determined team, we are levelling the playing field for merchants and providing further choice for more customers, whilst expanding into new places. I’m thrilled to be a part of such an ambitious team who are embracing the power of local.”

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