Right at Home on a roll with four more award nominations

Encouraging Women into Franchising

Home care provider Right at Home has received four nominations in the 2019 Natwest Encouraging Women into Franchising (EWIF) Awards.

The company’s director of operations, Lucy Campbell, is shortlisted in the Woman Franchisor of the Year category; franchise owners Karen Myres (Right at Home Preston) and Amy Popat (Right at Home Solent) are both shortlisted for Woman Franchisee of the Year; and Helen Garland (Right at Home Bournemouth and Poole) is a finalist in the Woman Franchise Employee of the Year category.

Winners will be announced at an awards ceremony in central London on May 1, 2019.

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Speaking on the nominations, Right at Home CEO Ken Deary said: “To be represented at these awards at franchisor, franchisee and employee level, reflects the fantastic support provided by National Office and the quality of franchise owners and employees that we have across our network. I wish our four finalists the very best of luck.”

This is the latest in a string of award nominations for Right at Home in recent months.

The company is also shortlisted for the Leadership and Culture accolade and Customer Engagement Award at the 2019 bfa HSBC Franchise Awards, and for Domiciliary Care Provider of the Year at the annual HealthInvestor Awards, both taking place in June.

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