Healthy Feet welcomes new franchisee

Healthy Feet Mobile Clinic franchise
Healthy Feet Mobile Clinic Take a step closer to achieving both a qualification and a successful business, no experience necessary.

This rewarding franchise enables you to run your own thriving foot care business by providing an essential service to your community. There is no experience necessary, you will receive full training and gain a recognised qualification.

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Healthy Feet has welcomed Rose Sterling to its network, who will soon be operating on the northern outskirts of Birmingham.

Healthy Feet, one of our gym, sport & beauty franchise opportunities, has welcomed an ambitious new franchisee to its ever-expanding network. Rose Sterling SAC Dip RFHP qualified as a foot health practitioner in February and will be operating in the Sutton Coldfield and Perry Bar area, just north of Birmingham.

Rose is a history buff and she volunteers at her local museum to help keep the past alive for the local community. Her love of history is something her clients say they really enjoy, as she’s able to share fascinating stories about days gone by during their appointments. Rose is also a very caring person and does all she can to make sure clients are comfortable and happy, no matter what service she’s carrying out.

Though she’s not been able to spend much time with her clients yet due to the current situation, Rose has been staying in touch with everyone on social media. Rose is looking forward to getting back to work offering her foot care services – hopefully, she’ll be getting the feet of the Midlands in top shape for the summer soon.

Healthy Feet is welcoming new franchisees to its network and plenty of territories are up for grabs across the country. You won’t need any previous qualifications to become a Healthy Feet franchisee, as you’ll undergo an in-depth training course (run mostly online) and become a qualified Foot Health Practitioner before welcoming your first client.

Franchisees offer everything from toenail trimming to treating ingrown toenails, and many of your clients are likely to be elderly or disabled, so you’ll be offering a vital service to people that can no longer keep their feet in good condition.

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