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Home Instead becomes founding partner of Care Innovation Hub

We are delighted to announce that we have been made a ‘Founding Partner’ of Care Innovation Hub (CIH) – a newly-formed platform created to become the ‘go-to’ site for social care professionals in the UK wanting to discuss the latest issues and possible solutions. Home Instead became a Founding Partner alongside Hallmark Care Homes. Navin … Continued

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Home Instead welcomes 200th franchise owner

Yesterday we celebrated a major milestone for the Home Instead brand, the opening of our 200th franchise office in Dorchester. At the event, held at Chester Cathedral, our National Office team welcomed our 200th franchise office owner, Romesh Dharmasingham, franchisees from across the network, the COO from Home Instead’s Home Office in the US, Dave … Continued

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What Makes a Great Franchise?

Franchising offers a great opportunity to become your own boss and operate a profitable business with a tried and tested model. But there is a huge choice out there – so how do you find the best franchise offering and the business that is right for you? Thankfully, help is out there. Workbuzz, an independent … Continued

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Martin Jones on Sky News discussing ‘Ageism’

  On Sunday, 21st April, Home Instead Senior Care’s managing director, Martin Jones, was on Sky News talking about the 50th anniversary of the term ‘ageism’. This was a great opportunity for Martin to talk about the value of older people in society and the many ways in which they give back, not least the … Continued

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Awards Glory!

  We are delighted to have been named finalists for so many awards in the last couple of months. These awards include business, franchise and care awards and acknowledge the importance we place on our people, the quality of care provided by our franchise teams and the success of our franchise model. Our National Office … Continued

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Congratulations to our Down & Lisburn franchisee

We are delighted to announce that Lynn Elliott, our Down & Lisburn franchise owner, has been shortlisted for Woman Franchisee of the Year in the EWIF (Encouraging Women into Franchising) Awards 2019. In this category, the judges are looking for female franchise owners who are making a success of their business by following a franchise … Continued

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Martin Jones appointed to The Silver Line Board of Trustees

Home Instead Senior Care has just announced that The Silver Line, a charity founded by Dame Esther Rantzen DBE in 2012, has appointed their Managing Director, Martin Jones, as a member of their Board of Trustees. The Silver Line is the UK’s only confidential, free helpline for older people. Available 24-hours a day, 365 days … Continued

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Two franchisees named finalists in 2019 bfa HSBC Franchise Awards

We are so proud that two of our franchisees, Victoria Rigby and Simon White, have been named as finalists in the 2019 bfa HSBC Franchise Awards. Victoria, owner of our Epping Forest franchise office has been shortlisted in the Young Female Franchisee category and Simon from Wetherby & North Leeds in the Business Transformation category. … Continued

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Home Instead’s Ruth Brown appointed as new bfa Northern Forum Chair

We are delighted to share the announcement that Ruth Brown, Home Instead’s Head of Franchise Development, has been appointed as the new Chair for the British Franchise Association’s (bfa) Northern Forum. Entering the world of franchising in 2002, and latterly at Thorntons, Ruth lives and breathes franchising and is a huge advocate of promoting franchising … Continued

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Home Instead Shortlisted for Health Investor Award 

In the week that we have ranked in the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to Work For, been named as a 3-Star Best Companies accredited employer and been shortlisted in the bfa HSBC Franchise Awards in the Leadership & Culture category, we have also received news that we have been shortlisted for Domiciliary Care … Continued

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