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Sanondaf Launches Its Services in Mexico

Sanondaf is continuing on with a very busy August month, with the launch of our products in Mexico! Our team attended the Franchise Exhibition in Puebla last week to kick off this thrilling new phase of Sanondaf global domination.

Our Sanondaf team experienced a busy, but exciting, 2 days at the recent Franchise Exhibition as they spoke to over 100 people interested in our products and services, many of whom also requested further information about our unique and highly innovative disinfection system.

Rueben Ortega commented: “…we have had an incredibly busy 4 weeks leading up to the show and preparing for our launch across Mexico. Before the show any announcement about our launch, we have already been dealing with several enquiries for individual licenses and a State license but we were inundated at the show and ended up speaking with over 100 enquiries who want to find out more about our unique business opportunity and how they can acquire the system to operate in their own local area. We will now spend time dealing with these enquiries as we prepare to launch in the middle of August and make this unique service available to customers in Mexico.”

As we previously mentioned, Sanondaf has bene extremely busy as not only have we set up our products and services in Leeds and Edinburgh, we’re also now available throughout the United Kingdom as we finally now operate in Wales too. What’s more, this month you may already have seen our TV ad which will be running on STV throughout the month. This is huge for us as Sanondaf services will now be exposed to a wide audience watching some of STV’s biggest programmes including This Morning, Loose Women, Judge Rinder, and The ITV Early Evening News.

If you would like to know how Sanondaf can help you and your business, give us a call today on 01236 702028 or email [email protected].

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