Promedica24’s structure enables franchisees to focus solely on growing their businesses, while the franchisor deals with the day-today running of the care operations, including the employment, training and retention of care staff, client invoicing and managing regulatory and compliance requirements.
The franchisor also recognises that complex regulatory requirements and high investments levels can often be barriers to entry for individuals who want to set up their own businesses within a market where there’s a demand for bespoke, quality care.
That’s why it’s perfected a model that not only has a low franchisee fee of just £15,000 (plus VAT), but also presents a franchise opportunity like no other in the UK.
Staying safe and well at home is the preferred choice for many individuals and their families. However, when care is needed many families turn to residential care, thinking that’s their only choice.
This is not the case, as live-in care provides an alternative to residential care, providing safe and supportive home care that enables people to remain independent in their own home for as long as possible.
The Promedica24 franchise is for anyone looking to build a business with both moral and financial value.
As Rish Amod, Promedica24 franchisee for Windsor, explains: “Owning a business that can make you good money, while improving lives of your clients, is special.
“Not all profits have such a feel good factor to them, but I don’t ever have to choose between morals and money again.”
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