You might be surprised to know that the majority of new franchisees didn’t set out to start a new foot care business.
So we’ve caught up with new franchisee Jude to talk about her decision to become a foot care practitioner and why she chose Healthy Feet:
Having decided to leave my current job, I was looking for a complete change of career direction, whilst being aware that I was probably getting too old for one!
I knew I wanted to work for myself so I started by searched online for businesses for sale in my local area. I am interested in the Healthcare industry so I also looked into foot care courses.
Healthy Feet appeared on a business websites and they looked really interesting, so I looked through their website and downloaded the prospectus.
It just seemed so accessible and achievable. I was looking for a change of career and wasn’t blown away by anything else I’d seen, until I read about Healthy Feet.
There seemed to be no age barriers with Healthy Feet and I like the idea of doing something different and having a new adventure before it’s too late.
The main reason for joining Healthy Feet though, was the support I would get setting up my business.
I instantly liked everyone at Healthy Feet and realised how much support I would get from them.
I knew that I would never have made such major changes on my own without their support.
Yes, I have never worked with feet before and I was worried whether I could actually do it.
I didn’t know if I was going to be any good at the job, or whether I would get enough clients to earn a decent living.
I realise most of my concerns are about my own abilities and whether or not I’d be able to do the job.
I also realise that Sophie and Debra will be there to coach me through. And so far they have been nothing but supportive, helpful and friendly and I am really looking forward to growing my new business and our professional relationship.
If you’ve ever wondered whether a franchise is worth the money, what’s the earning potential once you’re established or what a career in foot care is really like, then find out more from Natalie!
Sophie Limming runs her Healthy Feet Mobile Clinic in Monmouth, the Forest of Dean and Ross-On-Wye.
Hannah Davies decided to run her own Healthy Feet Foot Care Business after working within the care industry for over 15 years.
If you have a family, want a better work-life balance with a good salary, then this is the career for you. It’s so exciting to see your business grow, see happy customers return time and again and still be in time to pick the kids up from school!
I needed a job that was ﬂexible, financially on par with my previous role and that ideally did not involve any day-to-day stress, with Healthy Feet Mobile Clinic I’ve certainly found that! You get what you put in and a diary that is booked up a month in advance I think proves that.
I have been able to earn a full time wage on part time hours.
Manage your own hours
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