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New SureCare operations in Oldham & Tameside

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The latest franchisee to join the SureCare network has teamed up with one of our existing operators, ready to provide new home care services to more people in Greater Manchester.

SureCare Oldham & Tameside is currently in the initial stages of becoming a fully-fledged branch. In the coming weeks and months, the branch will be able to hit the ground running to provide vital assistance to people across Oldham, Tameside and the surrounding areas.

Leading the way at the branch is new franchisee Hariom Bhatt. In setting up and running operations at SureCare Oldham & Tameside, Hariom will also be assisted by an existing SureCare franchisee. Krunal Makwana has been trading with SureCare Leicester since 2018 and will now bring his experience and expertise to Oldham & Tameside as a second franchise.

Hariom will take the lead at SureCare Oldham & Tameside, receiving support from our head office operations team, alongside help from his fellow franchisee. Krunal’s success with SureCare Leicester is notable, as the branch has seen impressive growth in a relatively short time and even continues to grow under the difficult circumstances of this year.

With business registration and a new local office base under his belt, Hariom is currently in the process of completing his 2-week induction course with SureCare. The next step will be for him to conduct interviews for a new registered care manager and to apply for CQC registration in the coming weeks.

Huge potential in the home care sector

Both Hariom and Krunal realise that operating their own business in home care presents them with a unique opportunity to grow in a lucrative market. The UK population is expected to increase year-on-year over the coming decades, with many of us living longer and requiring assistance later on in life.

What’s more, nine out of ten people would prefer receiving care in their own home rather than moving into a residential care setting. This has created a boom in the home care sector with services now consistently in high demand. That level of demand is sure to grow, alongside the growth of our ageing population, increasing the need for quality home care providers across the country.

Funding from national and local government has also been on the rise to meet the growing demands. Local councils have spent almost £18 billion per year on adult social care in recent years and this is also expected to grow in future. Home care is one of the biggest areas that’s expected to see significant investment in the years to come, allowing providers to operate in a recession-resilient sector.

Want to find out more about becoming a SureCare franchisee and running your own business in the home care sector? Get in touch with our franchising team for a chat about our unique business model.

You can call our Head Office on 01244 321 199 or send an email to and we can arrange to set up a discovery session with you over the phone or via video call.



"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

"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