Veronica Mabau and Jag Chumber, two of Clarriots’ newest franchise owners, have just completed their initial training course
Veronica Mabau has a background in the health sector, a master’s degree in health and social care management and experience as a care coordinator. Of her Clarriots experience so far, she says: “Franchising gives me the increased skills and knowledge I need to get my business to where I want it to be.
“The process has been very easy and communication has been brilliant right from the start. Without the two weeks’ training, I don’t think I could succeed in this business. It’s been intense, but I’ve gained so much and the support from the Clarriots team is encouraging and positive.”
Jag Chumber wants to do more for his local community, as he explains: “I like businesses giving back to the community. Franchising makes sense because of the important finer details and support with specific industry knowledge.
“The two weeks’ training has been invaluable. Clarriots has been brilliant in helping bring me up to speed. I looked at other care providers beforehand, but Clarriots stood out above the rest because they listened to my situation and came up with solutions.
“I agree with the Clarriots ethos and brand identity and I want to build the brand in my area.”
John Pearce, business development manager at Clarriots, says: “We have built a great network of passionate franchise owners across the UK.
“Our commitment towards franchise owners has always been something I have been proud of and it’s incredible to see them all flourishing at the various stages of their business.”