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.
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!
Going into a franchise was not a decision that I took lightly, but after just 1 month in business I can honestly say it has been one of the best decisions I have ever made. Leaving a well-paid, secure job of 15 years was pretty daunting thought, but the job did not fit well around my young family, plus it was quite stressful.
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.
Increased demand for this service
Manage your own hours