Monthly Archives: February 2013

Things Franchisees Need to Remember

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So, you signed the franchise agreement, what do you do next? It’s easy to find sources for franchise information when you are actively looking for a franchise, but once you’ve signed an agreement there is much less information out there.  So what do you do now? Here are some things you should remember after signing a franchise agreement:...

Franchise Fees and Royalties: What are you paying for?

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If you are looking into buying a franchise, you know that there are many costs involved, but do you know what those costs are and what they actually pay for? Franchise Fee Every franchise has a fee, this is the cost of buying the business. The price really varies among industries and companies, but every franchise has one. Royalties ...

Opening a Franchise: Do You Need Prior Industry Experience?

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If you are interested in starting a franchise, one of the first things that you are bound to ask yourself is what kind of franchise you want. You may think that you need prior industry experience to start a certain franchise, but that is not the case. In reality, a franchise is the perfect way to break through into another industry. One main...

Hear From Our Franchisees

Jeff W

“It’s a business that you can help people but also establish a stable revenue base. It’s an on-going service you are providing and we thought we could deliver quality services to improve the quality of life for our clients.”

Jeff W
Couple cutting franchise opening ribbon

“I’ve been a public school teacher and I’ve also owned a child care center. I chose Executive Care because they really won me over. Great people and you can really see that. They really enjoy what they do and they care about helping people. I’m looking forward to a long relationship with Executive Care.”

Iris O
Andy C

“I was ready for a change. I was ready to start something new. Owning an Executive Care has been very rewarding just by the response you get from the community because so many people have a need to help their loved ones out and we offer that in-home service to make their lives a little bit better. Staying at home, making the family members’ lives better, not having to worry about their loved ones. I think it’s great to be able to help out the community in that way.”

Andy C
Michael S and team

“Executive Care is very structured, very organized, they know what they are doing with 24/7 support. If we need it, they are there so I can’t say enough about Executive Care.”

Michael S