The Future of Franchising is Female

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Caregiving across the US has been statistically over 75% female and spend more than 50% of their time more than male- counterparts. This makes up the 43.5 million caregivers that are providing paid care services.

As the home care industry is growing 16% year over year, Homewatch Caregivers has been named The Best Franchise for Women by Franchise Business Review

Today, women are opening 1 out of every 3 new franchise businesses and female franchise ownership has increased significantly.

Homewatch caregivers our franchisees are a group of diverse individuals with a variety of experiences and backgrounds. There is no single ideal candidate. Instead, we look for individuals who:

  • Can follow our proven time tested business model
  • Are seeking a people-driven service opportunity
  • Want to play an active role as the owner of your business
  • Share a passion for our mission, vision, and values
  • Want to create jobs in your community
  • Are skilled at communication and networking
  • Willing to collaborate on best practices with our support team and franchisee network

We also proudly participate in the IFA’s Diversity Fran program that allows the location opened by a minority or women to get a $5,000 discount!

Meet Homewatch Caregivers women franchise owner Stacey Thornberry

As a franchise owner, she had previous experience as a homecare personnel. She then went on and used her passion to open a HomeWatch Caregivers.

To learn more about what Homewatch caregivers do for females in franchising, click here!

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