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Extra Help: About Our New Franchisees

An amazing few days of learning ...




We had an exciting week recently at Extra Help. We trained three new franchisees, one for Exeter and two ladies for The Wirral. It really was an amazing few days of learning ...

We've just finished training our new franchisees for Exeter and the Wirral!

We've just finished training our new franchisees for Exeter and the Wirral!

Julia, our new franchisee for Exeter, has just moved to the area from West Yorkshire and has great plans for the Extra Help franchise there.

Cath and Carol are our two new franchisees for The Wirral. They've decided to go into business together with the Extra Help franchise and Cath has taken a huge leap of faith giving up her teaching job of 17 years.

"We'll hear more from all three of them in the near future!"

Extra Help has grown fast this year, we've taken on franchisees for Isle of Man, Bromley, Lewisham, Southwark, Rickmansworth, East Surrey and of course our sale of the existing Plymouth franchise.

All of our franchisees are amazing, here are a few reasons why people consider buying an Extra Help franchise:

  • Extra Help is a rewarding business model for the right person, we like our franchisees to share our passion for helping people especially the older population.

  • Its flexible working hours, our model works well around school hours. It gives our franchisees a great work life balance, choosing to work the hours they wish to.

  • It's also low overheads, our franchisees all work from home keeping the costs down.

Extra help franchisees are people with a caring nature. Although Extra Help is a business and our franchisees can, and do, earn a good income from the business, the care side is paramount.

"Our franchisees all share our vision and passion for the business, especially on the elderly side!"

Extra Help is a great franchise opportunity, and we're always looking for other like-minded people to work with us. If you think you'd like to become an Extra Help franchisee, or know anyone else who may, call us on 0845 618 2904 or click here to send us an email enquiry and we'll be in touch.

Until next time ...

CLAIRE ROBINSON


PS:

If you want to read more about our franchise right now, then click here!


PPS:

Why not visit www.extra-help.co.uk and find out more?



More about Claire Robinson ...

Claire is a serial entrepreneur having successfully established a networking group, a magazine advertising company and a building contracting company over the past few years.

Now living in Cornwall and handling Extra Help operations countrywide, Claire has a passion for business and is determined to grow Extra Help into a nationwide brand.

Telephone:

0845 6182904

Website:

http://www.extra-help.co.uk


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