Snupit stands with its users, in good and tough times
As the COVID-19 pandemic has gripped the world, Snupit, South Africa’s leading online platform connecting locals with professionals and businesses, continues to support their SME users.
Avinash Samlall, Snupit’s Founder and CEO, commented on this, “No one could have predicted the situation we’re facing. We’re all caught by surprise. But one thing we’ve always been sure of at Snupit is that we always do our best to empower small businesses. The SMEs are the backbone of our economy, of any economy, and we’re always there to help them. And we’re fulfilling this commitment even during the pandemic.”
As such, Snupit is hopeful that the continued operations and efforts of Snupit will do its part in helping revive the economy. Snupit is supplying its Pros with business leads to fill their order books when the lockdown is resumed.
The company has been working remotely. Snupit’s staff have been given resources to work from home. To a great extent, this strategy enables Snupit to maintain business as usual.
Mr. Samlall added, “Of course we’re not in an ideal situation. But we have no doubt that we’re doing the ideal thing in such a situation. At its core, Snupit is about empowering SMEs and that’s something that small businesses need most during this pandemic.”
Quality leads and clients are the lifeblood of any business and Snupit is determined to provide these to its Pros in these tough times to the best of its ability.
Founded in 2012, Snupit makes it easier for millions of customers to use technology to find and hire trusted small businesses across the country. Snupit is one of the largest local services companies in South Africa offering over 600 categories ranging from handymen, to wedding caterers to maths tutors. The service was created by Snupit’s founder after he couldn’t find a particular service online after searching for several days. Today, Snupit has 2 million monthly users and has 350,000 local professionals and businesses listed. For more information, visit www.snupit.co.za.
Contact: Avinash Samlall
Phone: 010 541 0200