Right at Home has announced that its chief operating officer, Lucy Campbell, has won a national franchising award.
Campbell was named the Woman Franchisor of the Year at the NatWest EWiF (Encouraging Women into Franchising) Awards, which was held online last week.
The COO was recognised by a panel of judges for her “unwavering commitment” to strive for continuous improvement, and “her hands-on, can-do approach” to supporting franchise owners to achieve their goals.
It is this commitment that has led to a quarter of Right at Home’s inspected franchise offices in England being rated ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC.
Speaking on the award win, Campbell said: “I am absolutely delighted to win this award. I have been involved with EWiF for a number of years now and have always been inspired by its members and the work it does to encourage more women into franchising.
“This recognition is a great personal achievement but it is also reflective of the network’s hard work and dedication to achieving our mutual goal of becoming the UK’s most trusted homecare and franchising brand, and it is this collective effort that enables us to win such awards.”
Congratulating her, Ken Deary, Right at Home UK CEO, said: “This is a tremendous accolade and Lucy is a very worthy winner. She is an inspiration to anyone looking to join the sector and we are very proud of her achievements.”
Campbell’s award win comes fresh off the back of two Right at Home entries in What Franchise’s ‘100 Most Influential Women in Franchising’ list earlier this month, which includes some of the biggest names in the international franchising space.
The COO was named in the ‘Services and Care’ list and Amy Patel Popat, Co-Franchise Owner of multi-award-winning Right at Home Solent, was included in the ‘Rockstar Franchisee’ category.