Driving Miss Daisy franchisees Zororo Mubaya and Terence Kavuru are celebrating a successful first year in business
Husband and wife team Zororo Mubaya and Terence Kavuru are celebrating their first business birthday after securing their Driving Miss Daisy franchise in August 2019.
The couple, who once ran a recruitment service on Oxford Business Park North, have lived in Didcot since 2005 and wanted to provide a service giving peace of mind to those with older family members.
They are fully equipped to assist anyone of any age who needs a hand when their family isn’t available to help.
Range of services
Driving Miss Daisy companion drivers provide a range of services, from helping with shopping trips to support at family events or even just spending a couple of hours chatting or playing board games with someone who might spend a lot of time alone.
They can collect children from school and take them to afterschool activities if working parents are unable to make it in time for school pick-up and can also help clients with everyday appointments, waiting and returning them to the comfort of their own home.
Longer distance journeys enable people to access holiday destinations in the knowledge their journey will be safe, comfortable and tailored to their needs.
All Driving Miss Daisy companion drivers adhere to strict COVID-19 health and hygiene protocols to maintain everyone’s safety and welfare.
Every day is different
Zororo says: “Driving Miss Daisy is often described as ‘family when family can’t be there’.
“When times are busy and people sometimes live a long way from their elderly relatives, we want to be able to provide peace of mind.
“We really enjoy our business - every day is different and we have the pleasure of helping and chatting to people from all walks of life.”
Driving Miss Daisy has operational teams across the UK offering exceptional services during these difficult times and there are still franchise opportunities available and a menu of investment options.
If you’re a compassionate person, want to make a difference to people’s lives and enhance your local community and have an entrepreneurial spirit, the company would love to hear from you.
At a glance Driving Miss Daisy
early 2015 in the UK
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franchise licenses start at £5,000 (plus VAT), with total start-up costs starting in the region of £12,000 (licensing and vehicle deposit). Start-up costs vary depending on where you live
0333 014 6211. Info@drivingmissdaisy.co.uk drivingmissdaisy.co.uk
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