Invest in a growing aged care franchise
Now more than ever it makes sense to encourage older Australians to stay living at home for as long as possible. And that’s the beauty of this trio of franchises – with an ageing population, there’s more and more demand for services that allow senior citizens to enjoy home life.
These brands are all on a growth trajectory as Inside Franchise Business reveals here. Could investing in a home care franchise be your next career move?
Jon Kontopos, managing director:
“We recruited 19 franchisees in the first 18 months of franchising, which is an industry leading figure. Our aim is to continue that growth and with the number of candidates in the pipeline, we look likely to have well over 30 by the end of 2020. We are proud to have made the Top 100 in the AFR Fast Starters this year and are aiming to improve on our 11th position next year.”
Matt Fitton, joint CEO, co-founder and Australian master franchisor:
“We have a goal to open at least 10 new territories in Australia by the end of 2020. We’ve just signed deposit agreements for four potential territories in and north of Brisbane and we expect to award more franchise partnerships in Victoria, New South Wales and Queensland before the year’s end. We’re seeing strong interest across South Eastern Queensland in particular but also in both regional and metropolitan areas throughout Australia.”
Andrew Lyme, development manager:
“We are in the process of signing up another three new franchises which will see additional territories opening in Victoria, Queensland and Tasmania in the immediate future.
“The Just Better Care franchise network now covers the entire states of New South Wales and Queensland and we only have a very limited number of franchise opportunities left in the state of Victoria.
“The company’s focus for the remainder of 2020, and beyond, is to expand the network into South Australia and Western Australia.”
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