Entrepreneurs take up Promedica24 opportunity to “change people’s lives for the better”

Five new franchisees have joined the live-in care services brand as it continues UK expansion with growth in the North...

Promedica24 has announced that it’s set to reach its goal of becoming the UK’s largest live-in care provider by 2018, having celebrated the addition of five new franchisees to its national network.

Among the new recruits include Tony Lamb, a former sales director, Jeremy Spencer; a former teacher, Gary Derbyshire – ex-employee for the MET office – and his fiancé Gill Clements who are operating in The Ribble Valley, and John Pughe and Vic Oackden who have launched a franchise in North Cheshire and the Wirral.

Spencer said he chose to join the franchise in order to benefit from the combination of financial prospects and community value; “My business is not only going to provide me with a financially stable future, it’s going to change people’s lives for the better.”

In order to support its five new Northern business owners, Promedica24 has recruited an additional four support staff members and launched regional offices in Manchester and Glasgow.

Started in Europe in 2004 and launched in the UK in May 2015, Promedica24 now has 17 franchisees within its UK network – over 100 across Europe – that offer 24 hour live-in care services as a genuine alternative to residential care homes.

Its franchise package is available for £15,000 +VAT and the chain says the offering enables budding entrepreneurs to build a profitable business and make a genuine difference.

Franchise director, Dan Archer, commented:

“As live-in care becomes increasingly well known, the demand for the service across the UK is increasing exponentially. With our UK head office in Watford and the new regional centres, we’re able to comprehensively support the growth of our franchisees and their individual businesses.”

Find out more about becoming a franchisee for Promedica24 here.

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