Homewatch CareGivers Honored with Military Times Best: Franchise 2018 List Recognition
Homewatch CareGivers Franchise Ranked #41 for Health Care and Health Services for Military Franchisees
March 05, 2018 // Franchising.com // GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo. - Homewatch CareGivers announced today that it has been named to Military Times Best: Franchise 2018 list, as part of the rollout of Rebootcamp, the Military Times’ new website for transitioning service members, veterans and their families.
Homewatch CareGivers has been rated number 41 overall as a franchise for its recruitment and support of veteran franchisees. Homewatch CareGivers is a proud partner of the VetFran program. Approved candidates receive 10% off of the initial franchise fee.
“It is an honor to receive this ranking from Military Times and to show our gratitude to those who have bravely served our country,” said Chip Baranowski, Director of Franchise Development. "We want to provide a path to franchise ownership for as many veterans as possible. We hope that our franchise opportunity can help them find rewarding careers after military retirement.”
A valuable resource for veterans - and a coveted honor for companies around the country - the annual Military Times rankings are the result of a meticulous, months-long process. Military Times invites franchise companies to fill out its rigorous survey of more than 100 questions, tests to ensure the accuracy of responses, carefully evaluates data and includes only the best companies in its published rankings.
In its seventh year, Military Times’ rankings evaluate company culture, investment quality, overall franchising costs, military discounts and other non-financial supports, including support for franchisees in the National Guard and Reserves.
“The franchise brands on this list make the extra effort for their veteran and military-connected franchisees,” said George Altman, the Military Times editor in charge of the rankings. “They earned their places on these rankings through their dedication to current and former service members, and their efforts should get the attention of veterans considering they’re launching a franchise.”
Homewatch CareGivers provides home care services for families arranging care for senior-aged loved ones and others living with chronic illnesses, convalescing after illness or surgery or who prefer to age in their own homes under the supervision and care of highly trained caregivers. Homewatch CareGivers is widely known for providing reliable, convenient services for the elderly and families of those in need.
Providing entrepreneurs interested in investing in the franchise a full suite of support services ranging from initial and ongoing training to sales and marketing programs, the Homewatch CareGivers initial investment ranges from $83,000 to $131,000. Ideal franchise candidates are passionate about helping people and hold the concept close to their hearts. They love to work and build trusting relationships with not only their staff and clients, but also their local communities.
To view Homewatch CareGivers in the full ranking, visit www.rebootcamp.com.
To learn more about Homewatch CareGivers services, visit: www.homewatchcaregivers.com.
For more information about available franchise opportunities, visit: www.homewatchcaregivers.com/franchise.
About Homewatch CareGivers
Homewatch CareGivers, LLC is based in Greenwood Village, Colorado. The company’s franchisees deliver a variety of person-directed, professional at-home services including elder care, care for individuals with developmental and physical conditions, after-surgery care and dementia care. With a heavy involvement in the Home Care Association of America (HCAOA), the Homewatch CareGivers mission is to provide the best-in-class care for each and every client, to serve as a vital part of the continuum of care and to provide the support franchisees and caregivers need to find success and make a difference in their communities.
About Military Times
The Military Times digital platforms and newsweeklies are the trusted source for independent news and information for service members and their families. The military community relies on Air Force Times, Army Times, Marine Corps Times, and Navy Times for reporting on everything important to their lives, including: pay, benefits, finance, education, health care, recreational resources, retirement, promotions, product reviews, and entertainment. Military Times is published by Sightline Media Group. To learn more, visit www.militarytimes.com.
About Sightline Media Group
Sightline Media is a global, multi-platform media company serving the U.S. military, federal government, the defense and federal IT sector, and the international defense community. Sightline’s media brands include the Military Times (Army Times, Navy Times, Air Force Times and Marine Corps Times), Defense News, Federal Times, C4ISRNET and FifthDomain.com. These brands are the go-to source for news and information about the U.S. military and the technology, business, politics and programs of federal and global defense markets. For more, go to sightlinemediagroup.com.
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