1Heart Caregiver Services welcomes its first franchisee

Friday, April 24th, 2015. Filed under: Health & Fitness Local News Services
Randy Clarito (1Heart Caregiver Services Director for Business Development and Training), Kamran Ghasri (1Heart Franchisee Owner) and Belina Tagarao (1Heart Caregiver Services Founder & CEO).

Randy Clarito (1Heart Caregiver Services Director for Business Development and Training), Kamran Ghasri (1Heart Franchisee Owner) and Belina Tagarao (1Heart Caregiver Services Founder & CEO).

Three months into officially marketing to the public its Franchise offering, 1Heart Caregiver Services awarded Kamran Ghasri as its first franchisee a protected territory in the Beverly Hills area. Mr. Ghasri has over 10 years of experience being a successful franchisee of a Printing company in the East Coast.

With his background in owning a franchise business, Mr. Ghasri saw the opportunity and business  sustainability of 1 Heart’s business offer.

“The Homecare industry is bound to explode in the next 20 years. The timing is right to start a business in this industry now. I know how it is to be a franchisee. Having a “big brother” that would teach and support me as I grow this business makes more sense than start something on my own and make some costly mistakes.”

So what makes 1Heart Caregiver Services a viable franchise business opportunity?

According to Belina Tagarao (CEO), there are 3 key differentiators that makes the 1Heart Franchise an excellent business model and a great choice for anyone starting their own home care business.

First, the company is comprised of a professional team with 50 years of collective healthcare experience. The company also has a strong relationship with national retirement facilities and hospitals making it the brand of choice for reliable and professional in-home care services.

Second, 1Heart Caregiver Services® growth and success is attributed to its unique concepts, efficient systems and training programs. 1Heart Caregiver Services® shows its unwavering commitment of maintaining quality and excellence thru its 1Heart Caregiver University, 1Heart Brain Fitness and 1Heart Business Academy.

And third, the company has 10 years of Master Franchising experience. “We’ve learned a lot from mistakes we made in the first few years of our existence. Now we know what works and what doesn’t. This knowledge plus the 1Heart Selling System that we have mastered are some of the valuable information that we can give to our franchisees. It’s easy enough to start your own mom and pop company. Most people think it’s cheaper to do it that way but what they don’t realize is that in the long run, it will cost them more to reach the level of success that they could achieve carrying an established brand and using a proven system in a shorter period of time.”

Tried and tested, 1Heart Caregiver Services® is on its way to being a widely recognized national brand in the US.

If you’re interested in owning a home care business franchise that is sustainable, recession-resistant, and offers a low investment cost, then choose 1Heart Caregiver Services®. Call 1-844-8-1HEART (1-844-8-143278) today for more details or visit their website at 1heartcares.com.   

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