Right at Home UK has received four nominations for this year’s NatWest Encouraging Women into Franchising (EWiF) Awards.
The home care provider has announced that its chief operating office Lucy Campbell has been shortlisted for Woman Franchisor of the Year, having also won the coveted accolade in 2020.
Meanwhile, Sam Wright, managing director and franchise owner of Right at Home High Wycombe and District, is shortlisted in the Woman Franchisee of the Year category.
Wright opened Right at Home High Wycombe and District in July 2017 and less than two years later, it was rated ‘Outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission in its first full inspection.
In addition, National People and Brand Development manager, Heather Keep, who is responsible for Right at Home’s marketing, training and recruitment offering, is shortlisted in the Woman Franchise Employee of the Year category alongside Susie Long, registered manager of Right at Home High Wycombe and District.
The news follows the announcement that Right at Home won its fourth Best Franchise Award last week.
Right at Home UK CEO, Ken Deary, said: “On behalf of the Right at Home network, I’d like to congratulate our finalists Lucy, Sam, Heather and Susie.
“I’m delighted our finalists have achieved the recognition they deserve. The past year has seen our clients rely on our services like never before and our network has worked around the clock to ensure we continue providing the highest quality care and support.
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“Sam and Susie are doing an outstanding job supporting their vulnerable clients to stay safe at home during the pandemic, and at national office, Lucy and Heather ensure our network of franchise owners have all the tools, guidance and resources they need at their finger-tips, so they can concentrate their efforts on their clients and staff.
“I wish all four of our finalists the very best of luck.”
The national will take place virtually on the evening of March 11.
By SARAH CLARKE
Source: Home Care Insight