Vancouver-based care concept Nurse Next Door, has announced its move into global franchising with the sale of a master franchise license to Amber Biesse and Matt Fitton of Melbourne.
Nurse Next Door currently has over 150 franchises in the Canada and the US. Cathy Thorpe, President and CEO of Nurse Next Door. The company launched in 2001 and began franchising in 2007.
Cathy Thorpe, President and CEO of Nurse Next Door, said “Countries around the globe are experiencing the same rapidly growing population of seniors as we are in North America. We’re excited to leverage the tremendous success we’ve had domestically and start impacting the lives of seniors in Australia and across the globe.”
Matt Fitton commented, “Having been entrepreneurs for the better part of our careers, Amber and I are excited to bring Nurse Next Door’s award-winning senior care to our home market. From its bold and vibrant brand to its focus on Happier Aging, we fell in love with what Nurse Next Door was doing in North America. We know this is a concept that can thrive in Australia and one we are proud to be part of.”
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