According to the editorial team at Franchise Direct, senior care franchisees also serve:
- People recovering from accidents
- People returning home after surgery
- People who require complex treatments and/or monitoring
- People dealing with chronic diseases and disabilities
- Mothers and newborns in the first days after discharge from the hospital
Information like that-information that’s tied directly to potential revenue streams not normally considered, is one of the reasons I always advise my clients to go several layers deep as they investigate franchise opportunities. Anyone can click to a franchise website and get basic information on a franchise business opportunity. Don’t be “anyone.” Make a commitment (right now) to focus in getting enough information about the franchise concept (s) you’re checking out before you decide to move on because “it’s just not for me.” Deal?
Here’s even more information.
Do you think there’s a need for the types of services today’s senior care franchise owners provide now-and for the foreseeable future?
The Lowdown On Senior Care Franchises For 2016
My statistics show that interest in senior care franchise opportunities are at an all-time high. A solid 50% of the people who have signed up for private franchise consultations with me in the last 9 months are interested in buying a senior care franchise. Actually, they’re very interested. And, their backgrounds are quite varied. I’ve consulted with operations people, health care workers, financial services workers, and more.
Tip: In most cases, you don’t need to know anything about healthcare to qualify to become a senior care franchise owner.
The tip above is a perfect lead-in to another critical bit of information regarding senior care franchise ownership.
You better know how to sell.
That’s because it’s not like you’re going to setup shop in a high-traffic strip center in your territory, and a jillion people are going to suddenly appear outside your senior care franchise business…checkbooks in hand-ready to hire your workers to assist their aging family members. You have to go out and find* your clients. And, you have to build a serious referral network that sends you leads on a consistent basis.
*Now would be a great time to read the article I wrote about what skills you’ll need to have in order to succeed as the owner of a senior care franchise business.
Still Interested In A Senior Care Franchise?
If you’re still interested in a senior care franchise after reading the article I linked to above, great. That means you have an understanding of what it’s going to take to build a significant business. And, you can. But, you have to choose the right franchise in the senior care sector-and there are approximately 50 different ones as of this writing. But, don’t worry. I’m going to turn you on to a detailed report on the senior care franchise sector that will go a long way in helping you choose a franchise in senior care that makes sense for you…and what you’re looking for in a business of your own.
Click the link above for the lowdown on senior care franchises for 2016. You’ll be glad you did.
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"I was pretty focused on a particular franchise opportunity when I reached out to Joel Libava. In the course of a 1-hour conversation, Joel was able to provide direct advice to help clarify the process for me and help guide me through the next steps in my vetting process. He even put me in contact with other professionals who were able to help educate me further in my particular industry. The time and money were well spent."
- Brian Grayson, Franchise Buyer, Cincinnati