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By Haddenham Webteam - 22nd November 2020 6:30pm
Local businessman Sam McMahon started Snapper Media in January of 2020 and, after a tough year, which has required the re-alignment of his business model, he's managed to grow the business enough to move into premises in Haddenham.
Sam is keen give back to the local community who have been so kind in supporting his business over such a difficult first year and is offering free LinkedIn headshot sessions to anyone who has lost their job due to the Coronavirus.
Online data show that LinkedIn members with a profile photo receive 21 times more profile views and nine times more connection requests so it's definitely worth doing if you are one of the many currently hunting for a new job!
You can get in touch with Sam, via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
If anyone would like to take a look at some of Sam's work, you can do so here.
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