Am I suited to owning a community care business?

Drawing on many years of business and community care experience, we have established some minimum financial requirements. We truly want you to succeed, and we know what is required to grow a business and also the risk associated with entering a business venture if undercapitalised.

Investment requirements

The high-level investment requirements for new Allied Health Group Franchise Owners are:

Franchise Fee

This Fee secures franchise territory rights, use of brand intellectual property, access to proprietary systems and training.

Promotional Launch

This fee is applied to initial promotional activities to directly launch and promote your business in your territory.

Business Establishment

This summ includes office infrastructure, equipment, business and property related expenses.

Working Capital

This amount can vary based on revenue growth rate and operational expenses.

Financial Expectations

"How much money will I make?" – Profit is critical to every business"

This is a question that in the strictest of sense we can't answer, given that every Franchise Owner and franchise territory is different. Your earnings potential and your level of gross income will depend upon a wide range of factors including the effort and energy you put into your business.

Whilst we cannot provide projected earnings for you, we can provide our Franchise Disclosure Document which summarises a range of set-up and ongoing operating costs along with benchmarked trading and growth data from our existing franchise network. We will also put you in contact with some of our existing Franchise Owners so you can determine this information first hand.

We provide as much information as we can, however we always strongly recommend that you also seek advice from an independent financial adviser in this regard.

Interested in finding out more?

Contact us or request a call back at a time that suits you.