Impact Your Community with a Home Care Business Franchise
If you’re looking for a career that’s as spiritually rewarding as it is profitable, consider starting a home care business franchise with Executive Care!
Today’s post touches on a few ways that our care service positively impacts communities across the country and offers some 100% free investment resources for prospective business owners.
Kickstart Local Economies By Starting A Home Care Business Franchise
Small businesses are the lifeblood of the US economy. In 2018, there were 30.2 million small businesses in America, accounting for 99.9% of all US companies and about 47.5% of all United States employees, according to new research by the U.S. Small Business Administration. Additionally, over half of all US sales come from small businesses.
Small businesses are also engines of job creation in the United States. Small business owners employed 58.9 million people in 2015, and that number has only grown since. Because they operate locally, home care business franchises can have a huge impact on the local economy. Starting a home care business franchise with Executive Care means providing meaningful work for honest, compassionate, and hard-working Americans like you, which is something that plenty of business owners can’t say. That’s something you can feel good about every single day.
Beyond providing jobs, local home care business franchises also help communities by supporting other small businesses. Whether you’re purchasing supplies, investing in local marketing channels, or connecting seniors with age-appropriate activities, you’re supporting local businesses and making sure that your dollar continues to benefit your community. One study by the American Independent Business Alliance (AMIBA) found that for every $100 a person spends at a local business, $68 will stay in their community, compared to only $43 out of every $100 spent at a big-box chain store.
Get Involved In Your Community Running A Home Care Business Franchise
Starting a home care business franchise is also a great way to get involved in your local community. Small businesses may do so by sponsoring local sports teams, participating in local events, donating to local nonprofits, and networking. Home care business franchises are particularly involved, since their operation frequently requires interactions with local senior care communities, health care facilities, and family networks.
Make A Real Difference For Local Families
By now, you’ve probably heard all the stats concerning the “aging of America.” But just in case, consider this: more than 10,000 Americans age past 65 every day, and by 2035, seniors will outnumber children for the first time in history. At the same time, senior divorce rates are up, meaning maybe older adults lack a spouse to assist with caretaking, and the number of available family caregivers is declining.
Given these trends, many US families are caught between a rock and a hard place, lacking the time to invest in informal senior care, but still wanting the best for their aging parents, many of whom badly want to “age in place” in the comfort of their homes.
This is where your home care business franchise comes in. Every single day, you get to be a superhero, coordinating care for your clients’ loved ones and making more time for family memory-making. Our franchisees know how much this means to their community because they hear it all the time, straight from the mouths of satisfied customers. Truly, home care creates a level of job satisfaction and gratification that other franchise opportunities just can’t match.
Starting A Home Care Business Franchise With The Executive Advantage
Visit the Executive Care Franchise website to learn more about our opportunity or call 1 (855) 393-2372 to book a free consultation with a member of our team.