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New franchisees join SureCare bringing services to Solihull

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SureCare’s reach continues to expand across the country thanks to the onboarding of new franchisees. Our latest franchise owners have now been given the go-ahead to launch in Solihull, and we’re delighted to share more about them with you today.

With more and more people looking for safe and effective solutions to receiving care at home, SureCare is proud to be at the forefront of home care provisions throughout the UK. Thanks to the drive and determination of our latest franchisees, we’re excited to see our care services now reaching people in and around Solihull.

Leading the way at the newly established SureCare Solihull are husband-and-wife duo Mohammed and Fatima Tahseen. Together they have gone through our franchise onboarding process and undertaken an intensive week-long induction course. Ahead of their next steps, we’re taking a moment to find out a bit more about them here.

About our new franchisees

Mohammed and Fatima already have a lot of experience in managing their own daily operations with an existing business. Mohammed owns and runs an extremely successful security company based out of Birmingham, with Fatima providing regular support for various business activities.

Recently, Fatima made the decision to start a new business in the care sector, leading the pair to approach SureCare Franchising for further information and assistance. Together they have embraced their new care franchise and have demonstrated the compassion and determination to support people right across their local community.

In a reversal of roles up until now, Fatima will spearhead operations at SureCare Solihull whilst Mohammed provides back-office support, as well as focusing on his existing security company. Over the coming weeks, Fatima will employ a Registered Care Manager and a team of care workers to carry out regular care visits throughout the town and surrounding areas.

SureCare’s franchise support

Fresh from completing their induction at our head offices in Chester, Mohammed and Fatima are now under the guidance of Rachel Gallagher for the next steps of gaining registration with the Care Quality Commission. Once this is in place, the duo will be assisted further by a dedicated franchising support team.

This team will include Business Development Manager, Imran Sabir, who will focus on providing support for growing the business. He’ll also be on hand to help with various aspects of running a SureCare franchise like negotiating care contracts, as well as staff recruitment and retention. Additionally, Oyinder Olusanya will support the new franchisees with maintaining overall compliance with CQC regulations.

Josh Farrer, Franchise Recruitment Manager for SureCare, said: “I’m delighted to welcome our latest franchise partners to the SureCare franchise network. With Mohammed and Fatima on board and due to begin operating in Solihull, everyone at SureCare is excited to help them on their way to delivering quality care services in their local area.”

To find out how you can operate a new business in home care with franchising support, speak to SureCare today for more information and to enquire about a potential franchising opportunity.

Simply call our Head Office team on 01244 321 199 or email to arrange an initial discovery session with our franchising team.



"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

"I started off as a carer and then worked as a manager in the office of a care franchise, so I chose a franchise when I decided to start my own business. Care is heavily regulated and when I started the regulations were in flux, so I wanted the support of a franchisor. I’ve now got about 100 service users and have built up a team of 40 staff. I need much less franchisor support now, but it’s always there if needed and I talk regularly with other franchisees. We swap tips, advice and ideas so the franchise comes with a useful network."

Anne Anyon, Preston & South Ribble