Papa John's hires new acquisition manager
Papa Johns has appointed chartered surveyor Henry Snagge as new acquisition manager in a move which will support the pizza chain's ongoing UK expansion plans.
In his new role, Snagge will be responsible for acquiring and negotiating terms for premises on behalf of Papa John’s franchisees nationwide.
Snagge said: “I will be working closely with the other members of Papa John’s UK business development team to help franchisees take on new stores. My role will be to identify the best trade zones and therefore suitable locations for each new Papa John’s and ensure each site has the necessary ‘ingredients’ like good visibility and parking to make it a successful store.”
Prior to joining Papa John’s, Snagge spent six years with chartered surveyors Fleurets.
Founded in the US in 1984, Papa John’s now has more than 228 stores across the UK and 4,300 outlets in 34 countries. The company is aiming to have 250 stores in the UK by the end of the year and 600 UK stores within the next ten years.
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