Home Helpers Growth At Double-Digits For 2017

Home Helpers Growth At Double-Digits For 2017

Cincinnati-based Home Helpers, has announced that system-wide revenues increased 10.07 percent through the first eight months of 2017. One of the nation’s largest networks of in-home care providers, the announcement comes on the heels of its February announcement that annual revenue eclipsed $1 billion in 2016. Company leadership attributed the accelerated growth to the strength of its brand combined with the added expertise and resources available to the company following its February 2016 acquisition by Cleveland-based Linsalata Capital Partners (LinCap).

“Our growth has continued to outpace the market as we’ve been able to capitalize much more effectively on the strength of the Home Helpers model and the Home Helpers brand,” said Emma Dickison, president and CEO of Home Helpers. “That’s the first step in attracting both client families and the most qualified and committed owners.”

As a franchise brand, each Home Helpers office is locally owned and operated, drawing on the talent in the local community for its caregivers. Dickison also credited the strength of the brand and the support of LinCap for helping local owners attract the most experienced and dedicated caregivers.

The majority of Home Helpers corporate revenue is in the form of royalties from locally owned offices. The revenue growth largely reflects continued growth at the local level, as well as the addition of new offices and the expansion of existing markets.