Premier Homecare Services Continues Franchise Expansion


Oct 30, 2009


Exceptional In-home Care Franchise Opportunities
in the Greater Toronto Area

Toronto, ON (October 27, 2009) – Any entrepreneurial-minded person looking for a great business advantage should take a good hard look at the homecare market, particularly the provision of in-home senior care services. Everybody knows that the demographics are there; we are getting older and in greater numbers each day across the nation. In addition, older adults, disabled people and others are driving even greater demand by increasingly wishing to remain in their own home rather than moving into a retirement, nursing or assisted living home. Right now, Premier Homecare Services is offering exceptional franchise opportunities across the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) – Canada’s largest metropolitan market.

“We opened our first office in Toronto back in 2003, began franchising in 2008 and now already have 6 locations across Ontario,” reports David Watson, Founder & President. “Many people understand the aging population and the generally shifting preferences toward in-home care.

The difference between most people and our franchisees is that our franchisees appreciate that now is the time for them to secure their short and long-term success in this ever more popular marketplace. Our GTA franchise locations offer especially compelling opportunities since our brand has already garnered a respected reputation across much of the region during our 6 years in business.”

A champion of its original Toronto marketplace, Premier Homecare Services began to franchise its business model nearly two years ago. Since then, its expert design has proven successful in many other communities across Ontario; including Cambridge & Guelph, Kitchener/Waterloo, Kingston, Mississauga, Sault Ste. Marie/Algoma County, and a brand new office in Windsor/Essex County. It continues to seek expansion across the GTA, across Ontario and across Canada.

Premier Homecare Services is Canadian owned and operated.