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Make a positive start this year with your own new business

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So 2021 has arrived, but it hasn’t necessarily got off to the start we all wanted. As the country faces a fresh national lockdown to combat the spread of coronavirus, it gives us time to pause and reflect on what plans we want to achieve for the future.

While remaining at home, many people will naturally want to take stock of their lives and ponder their career plans for the year ahead and beyond. In particular, workers placed on furlough and those recently made redundant are likely to wonder about what life has in store for them next.

It can be daunting to think about starting a brand new business at the best of time, so it probably seems like a strange step to take right now. However, with a COVID-19 vaccination program currently underway across the country, this can be the perfect time to start planning so you can take control of your future.

Another big concern for entrepreneurs considering a new business venture comes down to support. It can be especially difficult to keep on top of everything if you’re going it alone, so it’s often useful to have the help of a business partner or assistance from a wider network of people.

That’s exactly where franchising can benefit you, and SureCare is ready and raring to help you in your journey.

Franchising in the home care sector

Long before the current pandemic, we’ve seen a rising demand for personal care services in the home. With an ageing and growing population, more and more people are in need of assistance, particularly in later life. And what better place to receive care than in the comfort and familiarity of their own homes?

Healthcare and social care have been firmly under the spotlight in recent months. As a high priority service in constant demand, home care operators have the unique benefit of being resistant to the effects of economic recession or a pandemic.

As vaccines are rolled out across the country and we slowly recover from a tumultuous year, many people will continue to rely on additional care and assistance in their daily lives. Alongside this, running your own business allows you the freedom to expand your service offering and charitable efforts to support your community further.

Why choose SureCare?

Now in our 27th year, SureCare has grown to become one of the most recognised and well-respected names in home care provisions across the UK. Our expertise not only covers multiple forms of personal care, but also includes professional business development and management to assist franchise operators up and down the country.

Whether you have experience in the care sector or not, our franchising team can provide business support, training and materials every step of the way. All you really need is a keen focus and determination for operating your very own business.

If you’ve been thinking about making a fresh start in 2021 and want to decide if franchising with SureCare is right for you, you can book a discovery call with us for a detailed discussion. Here, you’ll get to chat to key members of our franchising team about your goals, the care market and how we can help you to get started.

Call us on 01244 321 199 or send an email to to request further information or enquire about setting up a franchising discovery session with SureCare.



"I have worked in Care Sector as a Senior Social Worker over 16 years and I am therefore fully aware that the compliance, quality assurance and legislative framework are very complex and time consuming. I chose a SureCare franchise to tackle time consuming issues so that I am able to concentrate on business development, relationship building, market growth and staff training. I now have more than 109 service users and, with the support of SureCare, our weekly hours have more than tripled in 18 months and we are looking to double them again by summer 2017."

Sami Haider, Southend

"We chose a franchise because it gives support on time-consuming issues such as policy, procedures and legislation, so it left us free to provide care. When we started out eight years ago, we were the sole carers, as well as looking after the marketing the business. Today we have 60 staff providing care for more than 100 children and older people."

Caron Oldreive & Cheryl Hawksworth, Doncaster