Updated: 02/05/17 : 06:33:58
The Home Instead Senior Care franchise network in Ireland has been named a Finalist in the 2017 Irish Franchise Association Awards. It has been shortlisted in the Best Franchise System and Best Practice category and is testament to the quality management system and service offered by the 25 Home Instead Senior Care offices throughout Ireland.
Emma Schutte, Operations Manager of the Home Instead Senior Care national network, is responsible for ensuring a franchise and operations system that helps creates the environment for franchise offices in Ireland to be successful and provide an unrivalled home care service. "This award nomination is a tremendous accolade to the home care franchise model utilised by the 25 Home Instead Senior Care offices throughout the country. Historically, the organisation has been recognised for customer service; business growth and quality management systems - none of which would be possible without the very best franchise system and a commitment to best practice by every franchise owner. I would like to thank and acknowledge our franchise owners for their commitment to the franchise system and making this award nomination possible", said Emma Schutte.
The Best Franchise System and Best Practice award is bestowed upon a franchise that evidences a way of working that enables profitable Revenue growth, with a focus on operational excellence and quality standards.
Oliver McBride, Owner and Managing Director of Home Instead Senior Care in Sligo said: "On a local level, I hope this award resonates with our team of home care experts and professional caregivers. These committed individuals have taken the franchise system and applied it to ensure the very best home care service is provided in the local community. They also make Home Instead Senior Care a great place to work and we would not receive this recognition without our community-based team".
The award winner will be officially announced Friday, 19th May, at a black tie gala dinner in St Helen's, Radisson Blu in Dublin.