Leading infection control company and franchisor, Bio-Rite is to attend the British Franchise Exhibition in at EventCity, Manchester on 17 & 18 June 2016.
Alan Wright, managing director, Bio-Rite explains: “At Bio-Rite we help our clients such as the NHS, Local Authorities, care and nursing homes provide the best infection free environment to their customers and patients. As a group, we have over 40 years’ experience in decontamination and infection control management and, due to the growing demand for our services, this year Bio-Rite has launched as a franchise.
“Bio-Rite is one of the few companies in the UK that is able to offer a range of products and services that are needed to ensure an infection free healthcare environment,” confirms Wright. “Working in partnership with healthcare professionals, we have developed a clear operational strategy to enable Primary Care Trusts, Local Authorities and others to meet their prescribed performance indicators. Our service combines the best practices involved with both manual and mechanical disinfection techniques while taking advantage of advances in safe and effective decontamination technology. With full training and backed by the industry leading products and equipment, we are now looking for individuals to set-up and run Bio-Rite franchised businesses in strategic locations throughout the UK.
“We have supported several exhibitions this year and so far, the interest in the Bio-Rite franchise has been particularly positive so we are looking forward to attending the British Franchise Exhibition in Manchester for the first time and meeting more potential franchisees,” continues Wright. “People immediately recognize this is a real business with a ready client base and a growing demand for services to tackle threats like MRSA, C.Difficile or Norovirus. Successful franchisees will make a valuable contribute to society by making a significant impact on reducing infection within our UK institutions where patients are most vulnerable.”
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