Kare Plus is hosting its first ever online based discovery day amid Covid-19 where attendees can learn more about their unique franchising model.
Since the pandemic began many business sectors have fallen victim to the turmoil of Covid-19. However, one industry that is seeing an increase in demand during these challenging times is that of the healthcare sector.
As a leading healthcare provider within the UK, Kare Plus has found strength in this unprecedented time of economic weakness and continues to support local communities across its national network of franchised offices.
But even with over 70 offices across the UK there are still many local communities who do not have a Kare Plus to call upon and this is why we would like to talk with all potential investors and people who are ready to step up and make a difference to their community.
On the 30th April at 10am we will be using the power of technology to showcase our franchise opportunity to you at our next discovery day which will be hosted online!
Kare Plus will also be joined by Rob Orme BA (Hons) QFP who is the Franchise Relationship Manager for Hitachi Capital Franchise Finance. This fantastic opportunity will be exploring;
- Business Planning and Funding
- The Healthcare Market
- What sets franchising apart
- The Kare Plus opportunity
Franchise Sales Manager for Kare Plus Franchising, Isabelle Baker, stressed the importance of adaptation to current business operations;
“With most people now having more time on their hands it is a perfect opportunity to explore what we want for our futures. Change actively promotes us to pursue new opportunities, opportunities that we may never have had the confidence to explore further in the past.
By living in a digital age we can explore our future investments better than we ever could before and our online discovery day is a perfect example of that. Now is the perfect time for reflection and action I am looking forward to speaking to anyone who are looking to make that change and to operate in one of the strongest sectors in the world.”