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CouriersPlease appoints first head of sales


CouriersPlease has appointed its first head of sales. Chris Read takes on the brand new role, with nearly three decades’ experience behind him. Read most recently held the operations manager position at 13cabs and

International Women’s Day spotlight on CouriersPlease’ 50 per cent female leadership


Ahead of International Women’s Day 2022, Inside Franchise Business Executive is putting the spotlight on Couriers Please, a business where women account for 50 per cent of the leadership roles

Snap Print CEO to exit and take up CouriersPlease top role


Snap Franchising CEO Richard Thame is leaving the heritage print business in February 2022 and will take up the CEO position at CouriersPlease. Thame’s return to the logistics field comes after

CouriersPlease CEO Mark McGinley exits


CouriersPlease CEO Mark McGinley has left his role to take up a CEO position with Freightlancer, the freight division of Freelancer, the world’s largest freelancing and crowdsourcing marketplace. McGinley said “This is

CouriersPlease launches video game to celebrate franchisees


CouriersPlease has unveiled a video game that puts players in the driving seat of their local courier. The game has been launched to coincide with the network’s Franchisee Appreciation Day

4 ways to achieve successful hybrid working: CouriersPlease CEO Mark McGinley


While businesses had adopted flexible working arrangements for some time, 32 per cent of Australians worked from home during the height of the Covid-19 crisis.[1] Parcel delivery service CouriersPlease is

CouriersPlease deliveries spike 80 per cent, new franchisees up by 40 per cent


CouriersPlease deliveries spiked across the network by 80 per cent, between March and October, compared with the same period last year. Unsurprisingly given the double-lockdown Victoria was the stand-out state,

CouriersPlease COO returns after three-year absence


A familiar face takes up residence on the CouriersPlease executive team as Phil Reid slips back into the chief operating officer role after a three-year absence. In the last three years,

Couriers Please sets carbon neutral goal for 2025


Parcel delivery service and franchise CouriersPlease has set an ambitious environmental target, for the business to be carbon neutral by 2025. CouriersPlease (CP) comprises more than 750 franchisees whose network covers 95

CouriersPlease boosts driver efficiencies with app launch


CouriersPlease has launched a year-long trial of its new driver app which helps franchisees choose efficient delivery routes. The new application removes the guesswork for CP franchisees. It is also