Samantha Acton, founder and owner of Southbourne based Domestic Angels is celebrating signing up the company’s very first franchisee and welcoming fellow local business lady, Debbie Broomfield in to the Angels fold!

38 year-old Franchisee Debbie will be heading up the new Domestic Angels Christchurch office and covering the nearby areas such as Burton and Winkton, Grange, Highcliffe, Mudeford and Friars Cliff, Walkford, Portfield, Purewell and Stanpit, St Catherine’s and Hurn.

Commenting on her new business purchase Debbie enthused, “I had been searching for a new career challenge and when I saw the Domestic Angels franchise advert it seemed like the perfect opportunity for me. I was keen to find a role that would allow me the flexibility of still being there for my young family but also providing me with the chance to grow a successful business close to home. I’m very much looking forward to being a part of a successful business whose professional ethos matches my own and I imagine that I will gain a lot of job satisfaction.

“I was particularly impressed with the whole franchise process…right from my initial enquiry Samantha had a very open approach, allowing me to take my time to make any decisions and making it possible for me to look in on the business, analyse figures, the Company structure and set up. She also put me in touch with the relevant people who would be able to help make sure that the franchise set up was as smooth a transition as it could be for me. The whole process ensured that I was able to make an informed and considered decision in this big career step for me.”

Domestic Angels is a domestic cleaning business which offers a variety of services in the home, from regular housework through to intensive spring-cleans. The company, which has the proud boast to be ‘more than just a cleaning company,’ also offers an element of home-help for elderly clients who require that little extra bit of support in the home. The Company’s ‘Angels’ make regular daily visits, as appropriate, and can be on hand to provide support and care to make life both easier and also more sociable for the client.

Debbie added, “It’s the home-help for elderly clients’ side of the business that is a particular draw for me. The personal service that we can provide allows some clients to be able to stay independent and remain in their own homes. They look forward to a coffee and chat and the friendship that comes with our service. Not everyone requires this level of attention, of course, but it’s there for those that do. I would urge anyone interested to enquiring about our service in Christchurch and surrounding areas to get in touch E: deb@domestic-angels.com

Samantha concluded, “This is a momentous occasion for us all at Domestic Angels. We are excited and eager to ‘crack on’ with Debbie and ensure that the Christchurch team is as successful as it can be and achieves its potential!”

Anyone interested in learning more about becoming a franchisee and exploring the business and earnings potential, opportunities and support available is asked to contact Samantha Acton at Domestic Angels e: franchise@domestic-angels.com Tel: 01202 267350 www.domestic-angels.com www.franchise.domestic-angels.com

Franchisees may be based anywhere in the UK.

www.domestic-angels.com