July 26, 2021

Top Franchise for Women and Veterans? Home Instead

Veterans and women looking to bring their leadership qualities, vision and managerial skills into a new business should consider the benefits of owning a Home Instead® franchise – because we recently were ranked as a “top franchise opportunity” for women and veterans by not one but two respected industry publications.

 

Franchise Business Review, which surveys thousands of franchise owners to determine satisfaction and performance, placed Home Instead into top franchise categories on six different lists:

 

 

And Entrepreneur magazine – whose Franchise 500 list scores businesses on 150 data points that include cost and fees, brand strength and financial strength/stability – recognized Home Instead on these lists:

 

 

“These franchise industry accolades reflect our commitment to the home care industry and creation of outstanding opportunities for entrepreneurs.,” said Jeff Huber, Home Instead, Inc. CEO. “We are fortunate to have an incredible network of franchise owners who strive to make a positive difference by serving seniors in their communities.”

 

Home Instead makes an excellent choice because this franchise concept offers affordable entry and strong corporate support that allows women and veteran franchise owners to do what they do best: make a difference in the lives of people in their community.

 

And speaking of affordability, from June through October 2021, Home Instead is waiving the $59,000 franchise start-up fee for two lucky veterans or spouses of veterans who apply and are awarded franchise ownership. It’s just one more reason why Home Instead rates as a “top franchise” for veterans.

 

Helping older adults stay independent at home offers an appealing mission for women and veterans who desire to make a difference in other people’s lives. And opportunities abound in the growing home care sector. As the country’s aging population continues to grow, most people express a preference for aging in place in their own, comfortable home.

 

Women appear to find franchising a more appealing way to become business owners than starting from scratch, with women opening nearly one-third of all franchise businesses over the past 24 months, according to Franchise Business Review. Veterans also express great satisfaction in operating franchise businesses, according to the publication.

 

Beyond the company mission, perhaps these two groups also appreciate the affordable entry point a Home Instead franchise offers, as evidenced by our ranking on Entrepreneur’s Top Low-Cost Franchise 2020 list. For a relatively small investment, Home Instead franchise owners can make an outsized impact in their communities.

 

We’d love to tell you more about why Home Instead makes an excellent franchise for women and veterans. Give us a call today at 888.702.5987 or email us at franinfo@homeinsteadinc.com for more information.

 

 

Each Home Instead franchise office is independently owned and operated.

 

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