Discovery Day – own a business working with dogs
26/07/2018 - Canine Creche UK
With a reputation for revolutionising services within the dog-care industry and bringing outdated services into the 21st Century, Candace Rose, founder of the Suffolk Canine Creche and her team have set about developing the ‘In-Home Care Service’.
Canine Creche recently ran a small campaign to recruit Nana’s as franchisees and have been so inundated, they have decided to host a free Discovery Day to assist those interested. The event will cover everything you need to know about starting your own franchise business, with guidance concerning brand, costs & outlay, pitfalls, positives and what you can earn.
The Discovery Day takes place on Saturday 4th August 2018 at Ufford Park, Suffolk from 09.30 – 12.30pm. Samantha Thorpe, who has access to funding options, will be presenting, as well as founder Candace Rose, who invented Nana Creche as a brand.
Candace commented “The “Nana’s” operate as their own business under a franchise model, we do all the complicated parts for them, training them extensively, not just in dog behaviour but also marketing, sales, accounts and legislation”.
With a reputation for delivering and exceeding expectations, clients are assured of an inspiring service.
Nana Creche offers key distinct services:
- Post-operative care to help cover those small operations such as castration or long-term injury or illness
- Specialist dog walking with GPS tracking and routing
- Companion visits for those golden oldies who may just need a comfort break and explore around the garden
- Poop scooping the back garden – so you don’t have too!
To reserve your free tickets for this event email email@example.com or call 01473 636151 and speak with our Nana Creche team.
The Canine Creche Group, winner of the Pet Industry Federations Service Business of The Year Suffolk Canine Creche have spent 18 months researching “In-Home” canine care services.
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