New National Support Manager for Leading Home Care Franchisor

National home care franchisor, Caremark Limited announced that from 1st January 2015 Liz Bosley-Sharpe will be taking up the post of National Support Manger for Caremark Limited, heading up a team of 6 Regional Support Managers who provide a field-based business support service to the network’s franchisees.

Karen Pennington, the outgoing National Support Manager left Caremark at the end of 2014 to pursue a business opportunity based nearer to her home in Manchester.

Ms Pennington will be sadly missed by colleagues and franchisees alike, having made many contributions to the growth and development of the company in the last two years.

Liz Bosley-Sharpe joined Caremark in March 2014 and since taking up her post as Regional Support Manager for the Midlands area has made a very positive impact on the business during the last nine months.

This promotion to National Support Manager will enable Ms Bosley-Sharp to utilise her broad skill set and wealth of experience. She will be working closely with senior management to continue driving the company forwards, building on its already successful growth and expanding network of franchisees.


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