Two new franchisees have joined the ranks of homecare provider Right at Home
Right at Home has welcomed two new franchisees into its network of homecare providers.
Grantley Lynch (pictured) felt he had reached the top of his previous career. In his mid-40s, he wanted a reduced risk way to work for himself, while providing for his young family.
“Franchising takes care of the risk elements associated with starting your own business,” he says.
“I first met with Right at Home last January and really liked what they stood for. It resonated with me. They genuinely care about providing the best homecare.”
Tracey Shehan has worked in a variety of care franchises, rising from CareGiver to management. She’s now ready to run her own business.
“I could have started up independently with my experience,” Tracey says. “But franchising gives me security.
“Right at Home offer their brand, business structure and training on how to run a business. I didn’t want to worry about learning how to do this, I want to focus on what’s important - offering exceptional homecare.”
Right at Home look set to hit its target of offering homecare in 60 territories by the end of 2018, with three more prospective franchisees due to sign agreements and attend training in October.
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