Bio-Rite Aims to Attract Welsh Franchisees at National Franchise Exhibition

Leading infection control company and franchisor, Bio-Rite is to attend the National Franchise Exhibition held at the NEC in Birmingham on 30 September – 30 October 2016.

“We are recruiting franchisees across the UK, however, we are particularly keen to attract enquiries from Wales as our established territory covering Cardiff, Monmouth and Swansea is currently on the market,” confirms Alan Wright, managing director, Bio-Rite.  “This unique business opportunity, built up over the past six years, has long-term client contracts in place with the NHS and local authorities and we classify it as ‘gold’ area.  With a current turnover of more than £80Kpa we would like to talk to prospective franchisees interested in this one-off opportunity to buy a successfully operating business and developing it further. 

“Bio-Rite offers an interesting proposition in the growing sector of healthcare decontamination,” explains Wright.  “We are one of the few companies in the UK able to provide a leading-edge range of decontamination solutions to ensure an infection-free healthcare environment for the benefit of vulnerable patients, providing services to the NHS, local authority and care and nursing homes nationwide.

Wright continues:

“As a group, we have over 40 years’ experience in decontamination and infection control management… Due to the continued, growing demand for our services, we are now recruiting franchisees to offer our services on a nation-wide basis. 

“Franchisees are fully trained in the best practices involved with both manual and mechanical disinfection techniques while taking advantage of advances in safe and effective decontamination technology,” confirms Wright.  “Franchisees will be expected to meet and work with local hospital and care staff and manage a client base to fulfil their requirements for decontamination of care equipment on an ongoing basis.”

Wright concludes: “Threats such as MRSA, C.Difficile or Norovirus are simply not going away.  It’s our job to make an impact on reducing infection within our UK institutions and we look forward to meeting prospective franchisees who would like to learn more about this expanding market and in-turn want to make a significant impact on reducing the threat of infection in our UK institutions.”

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