Senior Helpers, one of the leading non-medical home care franchise companies reported a 50% growth in clients and franchises in 2008 despite the recession and its franchises are hiring more than 800 people across the country.
“We know our markets, our services, our goals, and we embrace and empower the franchises to get us there,” says Peter Ross, CEO and founder of Senior Helpers. “We are business people and we are in the business of in-home care meaning you have to perform everyday.”
As a further example of the success of Senior Helpers business plan, the company was awarded four prominent spots in Entrepreneur Magazine’s prestigious Franchise 500 rankings, including:
* #7 and the only home care company in the Top Ten New Franchises for 2009 Ranking
* #33 and the only home care company in the top 50 in the Fastest Growing for 2009
* #100 in the Global 200 Ranking
* #127 in the Franchise 500 Ranking.
“It’s a big accomplishment to be recognized in such a well respected magazine when we’ve only been around a few years. It sends a message that in-home care is a strong, growth industry and Senior Helpers is the place to be,” says Ross.