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Join us for a Discovery Day on 14th June 2022!

Want to learn more about our franchise opportunity from people who have grown their own successful business with Home Instead? Join us for a Discovery Day at 30 Euston Square, London on Tuesday 14th June 2022 from 1-4pm.

You will have the opportunity to hear from Ruth Brown, our Business Development Director and other members of our national team as they give a presentation about our award-winning franchise opportunity. We will also be joined by a representative from HSBC who can talk to you about funding your franchise.

When considering a franchise opportunity, it’s important that you are able to speak to and hear from existing franchisees about their journey. We will be joined by Suhail Rehman, a multi-unit Home Instead franchisee with 5 offices across Scotland. You can talk to him about why he became a franchisee and how he has since gone on to great success managing his multi-unit enterprise, overseeing a centralised management team running profitable homecare businesses.

Refreshments will be available and you can ask any questions you may have to members of our national office support team.

We have an established network of 245+ franchise offices across the UK, with more franchisees choosing to start their home care business with us than any other franchise. Our network is consistently awarded for the quality of its care, with a third of our offices in England rated ‘outstanding’ by the CQC and ranked as one of the top 20 home care groups on homecare.co.uk.

We are also setting the bar in ethical franchising, listed as the number 1 franchise in the Elite Franchise Top 100 for four years. Later in the week, we are speaking at the British Franchise Association’s SUPERBRAND event – sharing our expertise with other franchisors, as well as franchisees and multi-unit operators.

Book your space on our Discovery Day by calling 01925 730273, or email [email protected] – we look forward to seeing you there! Spaces are limited

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