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SureCare welcomes new franchisees in Blackburn & Darwen

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It may be a turbulent year for new businesses, but SureCare’s latest franchisees have battled on regardless. The new management team at SureCare Blackburn & Darwen are making their final preparations to begin providing vital care services under challenging circumstances.

Covering the Lancashire towns of Blackburn and Darwen – along with the surrounding areas – our new franchise operators will be putting the needs of their community at the front and centre of everything they do. All three of the new management team have experience of working within domiciliary care. This knowledge and expertise will ensure their services are provided in a safe and effective manner.

The new franchise team is made up of Zaynub Aya, Nafesa Mutha and Suhail Mitha. Each of them brings their individual experiences of providing home care and managing teams of people. Altogether, they have the combined skills and expertise to make their new business venture a success and to support people throughout Blackburn and Darwen as COVID restrictions increase in the area.

Training and support from SureCare Franchising

As we were unable to welcome the new franchisees to our Chester Head Offices in person, the trio carried out their two-week long induction course virtually. This allowed our franchising support team to meet with Zaynub, Nafesa and Suhail regularly over video calls and bring them up to speed on the processes and requirements for operating their own SureCare franchise.

The SureCare Blackburn & Darwen team are currently in the process of registering the business with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Once complete, this will allow them to provide regulated personal care services to people across their chosen territory. In the meantime, they’re still able to offer unregulated services like household cleaning and assistance with running errands.

Our new franchisees are presently being supported by SureCare’s Onboarding Manager, Naz Sen, for any queries or issues. Going forward, they will receive help from their dedicated Business Development Managers, Stuart Spinks and Rachel Gallagher. Stuart will be on hand to assist with sales, marketing and recruitment of care staff to help with business growth. Meanwhile, Rachel will ensure the business continues to meet compliance standards set out by the CQC.

Through our unparalleled support and guidance, SureCare is committed to helping our franchise operators to grow their business and make life easier for vulnerable people in their local community. We continue to help new and long-standing franchisees up and down the country, even in this exceptionally challenging period.

How to franchise with SureCare

If you’re interested in starting up your own new business in home care provisions, you can book a discovery call with SureCare. Here we will discuss the opportunities and benefits of franchising, as well as SureCare’s unique business model, to help you decide whether it’s right for you and your associates.

It’s not necessary to have prior experience in the home care sector. During your discovery call, you’ll get to speak with us about the care market and how we can help you to support people throughout your community. Simply get in touch with us to request a discovery slot at a time that suits you.
 

To get started, just drop us a line by calling 01244 321 199 or sending an email to enquiries@surecare.co.uk and a member of our franchising team will be ready to help you.

 

Testimonials

"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 don’t come from a care background, but became interested in running a business in this sector after caring for my grandfather. I saw how difficult it is for older people to continue to live on their own without day-to-day support. I like the ethos of SureCare, which is all about providing clients with the highest possible quality of care. It allows me to run my own successful business while also giving back to the community."

Amrit Dhaliwal, Oxfordshire
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