You may just want to sign up to buying a Kare Plus franchise after attending one of its discovery days
A discovery day for a potential franchisee is a great opportunity to get a peek behind the curtains, so you know what you’re getting yourself into.
And Kare Plus promises to make it an insightful one. Discovery days are a regular feature on the healthcare franchise’s calendar, as it believes aspiring franchisees need to experience first-hand the brand’s multiple income stream business model.
Samia Ullah, who will be joining the Kare Plus network in the coming weeks, invested in the concept after attending one of the franchise’s discovery days.
“The discovery day experience was well-organised, detailed and absolutely fantastic. It was like walking into a room with all the relevant information I needed, just waiting there for me,” says Samia.
The world of franchising can be intimidating, initially. To ease aspiring franchise owners into this world, Kare Plus’ discovery days encourage an open atmosphere with lots of opportunity for questions. It was Samia’s attendance at one such discovery day that drove her decision to join the Kare Plus network.
She continues, “The discovery day played a vital role in my decision to purchase a Kare Plus franchise. Clear communication of the logistics and how the business works and the chance to meet the team behind the support absolutely sold the Kare Plus vision to me.
“The support Kare Plus provides is as exceptional as it is professional.”
Kare Plus’ next discovery day is on the 27th June between 1pm and 5pm at its head office in the West Midlands. Franchise business development manager at NatWest, Janet Wedderburn, will we in attendance for potential franchisees to pick her brain on seeking finance from national banks.
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