- Membership: Full
- Sector: Domiciliary Care
- Contact: Caremark Ltd
- Email: email@example.com
- Tel: 01903266392
- Location: Unit C1, Yeoman Gate, Yeoman Way, Worthing, West Sussex, BN13 3QZ
Caremark is a well-established home care franchise with a reputable track record of expertise and success in the sector, garnered from more than a decade in the industry.
The population is living longer and many more people wish to remain at home, supported to lead fulfilling, independent lives in their later years. Caremark provides bespoke, high quality care and support to people of all ages, abilities and ethnicities through its network of UK offices.
This is a management franchise with franchisees recruiting their care staff to deliver Caremark’s award winning care and support to clients living in their own homes.
Caremark offer an exciting business opportunity to run a successful operation whilst fulfilling a social need to a high standard.
With a network of over 100 offices, Caremark continues to look for talented individuals to complete its network. There are approximately 95 territories remaining and a small number of UK franchise re-sales available.
The Caremark brand continues to expand and there are now offices in Malta and Kerala, Southern India.
- Network Size: 51-100 units
- Franchise Type: Management
- Typical Start-up Cost: £80,000
- Minimum Personal Investment: £32,950
- Franchise Location: Office-based
- Market: B2C
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Before a franchisee starts their business, they receive expert training through a two week in-house course covering all aspects of the care sector, legislation, the Caremark model as well as the all-important business management training.
Support and on-going business development guidance are provided to franchisees, both before and after business set-up.
The Caremark culture is one of support and encouragement from day one and continues throughout every stage of your business development.
Daily Life of a Franchisee
Using their vision, drive and entrepreneurial skills, franchisees are responsible for directing and growing a viable business in their local community. Those all-important relationships must be built through networking, direct marketing, attending and supporting local events as well as attending provider forums, thus forming business connections with key contacts and local health professionals.
With the support of their registered care manager who oversees the care operation, franchisees must build a strong and cohesive team, combining leadership and management skills to inspire and encourage their staff.