SureCare is a franchise which provides care services to older people, people with learning disabilities and to children and their families so that they can remain living in their own homes. They offer a wide range of services including, personal care, companionship and housekeeping.
A SureCare franchise is a management franchise so no previous care experience is required. Their franchisees have come from many different sectors such as teaching, nursing, IT, leisure and tourism and I.T.
SureCare look for good people skills and management experience. They will help you employ a registered care manager who is responsible for the day to day care operations whilst you will be responsible for growing and managing the business, finance and staff management.
One of the great things about joining SureCare is that you will learn how to run a business with the help and support from people who know the care business inside out.
A number of SureCare franchises in the UK turnover in excess of a £l million. As with any franchise, success is due to the hard work and dedication of the franchisee. The SureCare business model has been developed with modern ideas, systems and procedures to thrive in both current and future markets.
SureCare operate in a market worth £20 billion per year. Everyone knows someone who needs care so you can build the business as big as you want it to be! They would expect an established office to achieve a net profit (before franchisee's earnings and costs) of around 15% — 20%.
A SureCare franchise costs f36,000 (exc. VAT) however they estimate an investment requirement of between £70,000 - £90,000 which includes working capital and the franchise fee. Working Capital covers the operating cost prior to breakeven. The service charge is 5% of monthly revenues (exc. VAT).
SureCare enjoy close relationships with all the high street banks that will loan you up to 70% of the total investment required. They will work with you to prepare a viable business plan, their partners include HSBC, Lloyds, NatWest and RBS.
SureCare support franchisese by setting incremental month-by-month targets that aim to achieve a break-even point at around month 9. This can be done sooner and depends on individual franchise performance.
After signing your franchise agreement, the next stage is for a SureCare business development manager to support you through the national regulator's registration process. Depending on the regulator, this can take up to six months from signing your SureCare franchise agreement.
There are many territories available throughout the UK.
Franchising with SureCare – No previous experience in care? No problem!
While franchising offers various benefits to business owners, joining the SureCare network allows you to achieve so much more.
Josh Farrer, Recruitment Manager of SureCare talks about why it is the right time to start a homecare business.
There are many reasons why choosing to franchise with SureCare is a strong and sound investment.
Gary Farrer, Managing Director of care franchise business SureCare, has drawn up a list of invaluable advice aimed at helping new franchisees get off to the best possible start.
Ongoing support and a rewarding business in an expanding market
Unrivaled training and ongoing support to help achieve successful businesses
Each territory is extensively analysed to identify key client groups with a minimum of 75,000 households