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Posted:24-November-2016

A crisis with the Chancellor? Clarriots Care takes a closer look

As of November 23rd, 2016, newly instated Chancellor of the Exchequer Phillip Hammond is preparing to reveal his Autumn Statement – his plan on how to manage and improve the UK economy for the next year.

The Autumn Statement will outline a range of policies designed to improve the infrastructure of our nation and enhance the skills of workers, as well as explain how the latest technology will be used to keep our economy competitive on the world stage. Most importantly, this is Hammond’s chance to explain how the UK will remain a world leader in trade in the aftermath of Brexit.

However, it has been observed that many small businesses have a distinct lack of trust and faith in Phillip Hammond, feeling that he might not be able to get the job done. According to a survey of 505 small business decision makers in the UK, it was found that only 27% of those surveyed trusted Hammond to handle the economy.

20% even said that they trusted formed Chancellor George Osborne more! The lack of confidence in Phillip Hammond may largely be due to his more obscure reputation and lack of experience as Chancellor, but even so if you’re a small business owner currently, or looking to start a new business, it’s important to be aware of what’s going on in the economy.

So let’s say you’re an ambitious and determined individual who is looking to kickstart their success in the world of business – you might not be too confident in the new Chancellor and as a result, might be concerned that it could be more difficult than you think to start your new business.

That doesn’t mean you should give up on your dream! What if there was a way to start your own business, make real money and engage with your local community, without the risks associated with going it alone? Believe us when we tell you there’s absolutely a way of doing this, and so much more.

It’s called Franchising with Clarriots Care

Opening a franchise with Clarriots Care means you get all of the benefits of owning your own business, but you’ll also benefit further from the backing of an established support network.

Straight off the bat you’ll take advantage of our well established brand identity and high level of trust amongst customers to invite enquiries and drive sales – this process can take a lot of time and investment when done from scratch. Clarriots Care have been operating since 2008, and franchising since 2013, meaning we have years of experience, knowledge and resources that are at your disposal. Start your business using a tried and tested business model that has been proven to be profitable.

As a franchisee, you’ll be responsible for the day to day running of your business – in this sense, it’s not much different from starting your own small business. While do you have to remain aware of guidelines set by the franchisor on how to operate, the trade-off is that you’re far more likely to be profitable, as we can give you tips and advice on how best to operate. Think of it as an easy competitive advantage over your less experienced competition.

One of the best things about franchising with Clarriots Care is you don’t need industry experience – we provide a full and comprehensive training program to ensure you are up to date with everything you need to know to run a successful care franchise. What’s most important from you is that you bring bags of enthusiasm and a real passion for changing people’s lives. Ultimately that’s what we do here at Clarriots – we enable people to truly live their lives to the fullest.

The UK economy might be in a period of uncertainty right now, but there’s no need to be uncertain about this opportunity. Join a rapidly expanding market where over 11.6 million people in the UK are aged over 65, equating to 17.83% of the population – this figure is only set to rise by 58% by 2030. With demand for care services on the increase and more and more people considering homecare because of poor service from care homes (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-38019806), you’ve got what it takes to be the boss and we want to hear from you.

Why not request our FREE and non-obligatory franchise prospectus here to get more details

Interested and want to know more about Clarriots Care?

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