BUILD YOURSELF A TOENAIL CUTTING FRANCHISE THAT CARES
“The Pedi People was a fairly easy decision for us. It is a well-established business with a stable client base and a strong structure that has been tested for many years. We could see it would make a generous return for our whole family plus we were able to give back to the elderly”.Carol Nemetvarga
In joining our franchise team, you will be able to build a successful toenail cutting franchise business with our support. You will gain new skills, experience, and confidence. It’s exciting to think that you’ll be able to socialize each day with the most amazing clients who look forward to your visits.
You can run your business on your own but not by yourself. Our toenail cutting franchise system is well thought out and easy to follow and you’ll be trained and up and running within 6-8 weeks.
Our franchise fee is $34,599…but wait…we have made our business a package with nothing more to pay in your first 6 months of operation. You don’t need tens of thousands of $ in capital to pay for advertising, business names, training or equipment. All you pay for is your phone, internet & fuel.
What you get from us for $34,599:
Territory – a large territory of your choosing with a minimum target clientele of 20,000
Admin – business name, police check, first aid certificate and your first-year of insurance, operations manual, software, and a proven franchise system.
Equipment – a complete kit to get you started which includes professional quality tools, an autoclave and water distiller.
Training – Accredited course to cut toenails and fingernails, hands-on training in either Sydney or your home territory (as much as you need), Small Business Success Course provided by the Business School for mums, sterilisation training in accordance with AS/NZS 4815:2006 and ongoing training and personal development.
Support – as much support as you need to make your new Pedi People business a success. You can
Advertising – comprehensive 6-month advertising campaign to get the clients calling and rebooking with you.
Branding – We help our franchisees build their personal and local brand with profiles for the website, social media and advertising. We set up your Facebook page with all TPP branding and personal branding and provide 3 months of social media posts. We also help training and support to give you the confidence to promote your business successfully.
Finance – talk to us about how you can finance your new Pedi People venture.
In 40 years, Australian people aged over 65 will double to over 7 million.
The numbers speak for themselves. We are experiencing great demand from clients throughout Australia. We are Australia’s No 1 toenail cutting franchise and there’s a good reason for that. Our philosophy is all about caring. Caring for our beautiful clients. Caring for our amazing franchisees.
We currently have toenail cutting franchises established in New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria with plans for future expansion across Australia to keep up with client demand.
Meet nurse Sharron Rinaldi – The Pedi People’s newest toenail cutting franchisee – Bendigo/Ballarat/Maryborough, VIC
Loyal repeat clients waiting for you to visit them & cut their toenails
We know how to deliver you constant client referrals. We know our target market inside and out. Our toenail cutting franchise system has been perfected over the last 17 years. Our name is synonymous with a caring, social and professional service. Talk to us about how many new clients are calling our franchises each week.
Do some good. Help older, disabled and anyone else who needs our wonderful service. Our clients enjoy and look forward to our regular visits. We love getting social with our clients, but still giving them the professional service they need.
Booming Aged Care Sector
Our experience showed us that older people have difficulty washing and bathing, dressing and putting on shoes and cutting their toenails. Of these three tasks, the most difficult of these is cutting their own toenails.
With our ageing adult population, comes the need for more services, more challenges to health and well-being, but there is another dimension – the need for more innovation. The next generation of old – the baby boomers – have great expectations to live longer, better. This includes services made for them, delivery strategies that fit their desired lifestyles in old age and care options that meet their wants as well as their needs. (Department of Health and Ageing)
This is a fantastic opportunity to start a business in a market with high demand across Australia, and in the biggest growth sector in the Australian small business market – ageing and older people. Of course, it’s not entirely goose laying golden eggs. Being your own boss takes hard work and dedication but it’s a bonus if you start a niche business, in an undersaturated market and you’re not working it out on your own.
However, with any amazing niche business opportunity comes competition. We are Australias’ premiere toenail cutting franchise, we stand out, we care, we are professional. All these qualities are critical to success, growth, and profitability. We are The Pedi People.
At the time I had five teenage children and it was exactly what I needed. I had flexibility to pick them up from school and be there for their events. It was easy enough to learn and I liked that it was something different. I was getting out and about and meeting people, not stuck in an office from nine to five.Veronica Vos
The hours are fantastic, there’s no night work which you do a lot of as a chef, and I love the friendliness. The clients always have a smile on their face, always happy to see me. I love that I am giving back. It makes me happy. It’s giving back to the community. I am helping people feel relaxed and feel special and good in themselves.Lachlan Nemetvarga
The support of Franchisors, Karen and Melissa, has been fantastic. The whole experience has been completely positive. They have developed a solid business model and set up a great training program. The training program is well thought out, thorough and ongoing.Brett Warner