Tony Fenno had a background in pharmaceutical manufacturing and owned a business in northern New Jersey. His wife, Terri, started the franchise when she was recovering from cancer, to give her something to occupy her life while impacting others. When Tony sold his business in New Jersey, Terri asked him to help her out in the Right at Home business.
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Peter Gahagan really didn’t have any franchise experience. When he started looking into selecting a franchise, Peter realized that the Right at Home franchise model had benefits he never thought about before. He was excited about the help from the corporate level.
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Sandra Chiles wanted her own company, her own business. A good friend recommended she take a look at Right at Home. So Sandra dug in and did some research, watched videos, and talked to several franchisees.
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Jobin Mathai did a lot of research on Right at Home before he picked them. He received access to many valuable videos, case studies, and links and was able to talk with other potential franchisees.
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Jen Chaney, VP of Franchise Development, talks with Margaret Haynes, CEO, @Right At Home , explaining how the specialists on staff help franchisees navigate through the process of what policies and procedures are needed for licensure requirements and compliance.
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Right at Home supports franchisee success after opening their doors for business and beyond. Listen as Emily Undajon, VP of Strategic Operations, and Jen Chaney, VP of Franchise Development, discuss various levels and types of support franchisees receive from Business Performance Coaches when it comes to hiring, training, and operations. Also discussed are staffing the office, Online Marketing Specialists, performance groups, and how to join.
Learn how we set our franchisees up to thrive within the Right at Home system.
Right at Home® is proud to announce it recently ranked 87th on the “Top Global Franchises” list by Entrepreneur magazine. The companies are ranked based on the scores they received in Entrepreneur’s 44th Annual Franchise 500 ranking. To compile this ranking, Entrepreneur adjusted their Franchise 500 formula to give extra weight to international size and growth. Other areas evaluated by the formula include costs and fees, franchisee support, brand strength, and financial strength and stability.
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This executive update covers highlights of the annual Home Improvement conference held for global franchise owners and international master licensees. Margaret Haynes, CEO of Right at Home, and Jen Chaney, VP of Franchise Development, recap some of the top takeaways from the event. This year’s Home Improvement, held in Orlando, was the largest annual meeting Right at Home has had in its history.
Discover how Right at Home plans to continue making an impact for years to come.
In 2011 Walter Ochoa started with one Right at Home territory. He now has four territories he acquired over the past 12 years located in Brooklyn and Staten Island in New York City. Listen to Walter as he talks with Jessica Cornelius, Franchise Development Director, about his interesting journey on how he started his business and what advice he has to provide to potential franchisees.
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The opportunity to sell his business presented itself very quickly, and it was a very good deal. So, Doug Ashe retired from his 30+ career in purchasing distressed assets. He was grateful. Then, after a couple of years at home, he realized he was not prepared for retirement. He was bored and needed to find something else to do. Doug talks about why he purchased his own Right at Home franchises.
Learn more about Doug Ashe as he shares his thoughts on the overall experience of becoming a part of the Right at Home family!