Full Circle Funerals Partners franchiseFull Circle Funerals Partners is a fast growing disrupter business that is bringing the funeral industry up to date with modern, non religious premises, genuine flexibility and staff who don’t wear black!
A completely person-centred funeral service that enables people to create funerals that truly reflect the person that has died, and help their family and friends
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About Full Circle Funerals Partners
How The Full Circle Funerals Partners Franchise Works
Full Circle Funerals are disrupting the funeral profession. Every location is a modern, welcoming space that supports people as they decide the best way to start to commemorate an important life.
As you would expect from a funeral director each franchisee uses their own private ambulance to bring the person who has died into their care and look after them in a modern air conditioned mortuary. Your premises will be in highly visibility locations, and experience has taught us a lot about the right type of building to be in. The Full Circle Funerals Head Office team takes great care to research new places based on clear criteria.
As a franchise owner you’ll follow the same premises, fixtures, fittings and furniture blueprint and will be helped to create a warm and attractive environment which enables the delivery of person-centred support.
Multi Award Winning
Full Circle Funerals won “Green Funeral Director of the Year” and founder Sarah Jones won “Funeral Director of the Year” at the national Good Funeral Awards this year. The company were also finalists at the Modern Work Awards for their work in transparency, wellbeing and new ways of working. More recently the company is also one of the tiny percentage of funeral related businesses that have become B Corp certified. An accolade that measures a company’s efforts to “do good” in areas including community events, team wellbeing, and environmental impact alongside many other elements.
Training and support provided
We believe that with the right support, you can create a funeral which reflects the person who has died and is helpful to you and the friends and family of those who attend the service. Full Circle Funerals Partners aim to provide the perfect balance of hand holding and independence for it’s franchisees, providing everything that has proven to work well and to support each franchise partner as they replicate the business in their own region.
The ideal Full Circle Funerals Partners franchisee
Applications from those who share our ethos and caring approach above any specific desired profitability are always prioritised. The business format is well proven and successful and like all great franchises the financial rewards reflect that. However, to Full Circle this business is a lot more than just a business, we are changing a market place and looking for people who reflect our values and mission.
Full Circle Funerals Partners' history
Sarah Jones founded Full Circle Funerals in September 2016. She started her career as a surgeon in the NHS and more recently owned and managed residential care homes for adults with learning difficulties.
She has always felt that funerals are important and that with the right support, the arranging process and funeral could be a therapeutic process. So, Sarah decided to launch a disrupter business that would deliver modern funeral care, with a person-centred approach.
The company is growing quickly with 4 locations already trading and a fifth about to open in Altrincham. The company is now offering their proven franchise format to those who share their vision of changing a traditional industry and making a tangible difference to peoples lives.
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