Paul and Lisa Tarsey prove that high quality care in the community can bring success
Bluebird Care was started as a family run company in 2004 by Paul and Lisa Tarsey, before they franchised the business model in 2006. Since then, it’s grown from just one small office to a network of over 200 across the UK, delivering over 20,000 high quality home care visits every day.
With a proven business model, Bluebird Care franchise owners manage and develop their own businesses, always ensuring the highest standards of home care are delivered.
The company’s support centre team of industry and franchising experts deliver structured guidance, while a dedicated onboarding manager supports franchise owners throughout their first year of trading - from helping to locate premises and employ the best teams to understanding regulatory body registrations.
Bluebird Care offers a bespoke service to each of its customers, which is personalised to their needs. It supports people to live the life they choose with dignity and enjoyment, while remaining in the comfort of their own home. As a brand, Bluebird Care is constantly developing and implementing technology across all areas, innovating the way it can deliver the highest quality care.
Franchise owners come from a variety of backgrounds. Many have little or no experience in the home care sector, but they all have one common goal - to develop a successful home care business and provide high quality care in their community. Jyoti Kohli of Bluebird Care Haringey says: “I felt Bluebird Care’s business model was achievable and reflected their ethos better than other care brands.
“It was an opportunity for me to tie in all of my background in healthcare, franchising and business management, as well as taking on new challenges. It offered a great learning curve and allowed me to make a difference to the community in which I was raised.”
Why should you invest in a bluebird care franchise?
On top of its comprehensive franchise package, the company has over 30 franchise owners operating multiple territories, highlighting its growth potential; continues to invest in technology to support customers and care teams; and the brand name opens doors, being highly regarded in the sector.
Bluebird Care has excellent relationships with HSBC, NatWest, RBS and Lloyds Banking Group, which may be willing to lend up to 70 per cent of the total investment required, depending on your own financial circumstances. The total overall investment required is £100,000-£115,000.
At a glance bluebird care
Number of franchised outlets: 200
Location of units: nationwide
Investment range: £35,000
Minimum capital required: £35,000
Contact: Victoria Brown Tel: 07912 771149 www.bluebirdcarefranchise.co.uk