Point Franchise has welcomed Full Circle Funerals into its portfolio of investment opportunities.
The funeral franchise takes a modern approach to memorial services, offering non-religious ceremonies and staff who don’t wear black. Full Circle Funerals is all about flexibility and creating a funeral that reflects the individual. That way, family members and friends can take part in a tailor-made ceremony and remember their loved one in their own way, as opposed to attending a standard service.
Full Circle Funerals was founded in September 2016 by Sarah Jones, who worked as an NHS surgeon before owning and running residential care homes for adults with learning difficulties. As a healthcare professional with a wealth of industry insight, Jones was able to build a truly special funeral business.
At the moment, the franchise has three units up and running – in Leeds, Pudsey and Harrogate – and a fourth is set to open in Halifax. If you want to manage your own Full Circle Funerals business, you can add a fifth location to its network.
As a franchisee, you’ll take your own ambulance to pick up the person who has passed away and bring them into your care. They’ll then be kept in your on-site mortuary until the day of the funeral. In terms of locations, you’ll need to find a site in a high-visibility location to help boost public awareness of the Full Circle Funerals brand.
The total investment totals around £65,000, including franchise fees of £16,000, which will give you access to the business’ training programmes and ongoing support. This franchise offers great value for money, with impressive revenues after the initial set-up period. Full Circle Funerals says franchisees can expect to make a turnover of around £450,000 after two years.
Alice Tuffery, Point Franchise ©