Joint Venture Partner - Domiciliary Optometrist - LINCOLNSHIRE
Specsavers Heathcall is changing the world of domiciliary eyecare in the UK. With the introduction of our Partnership Model in 2014, which has successfully helped build one of the strongest brands on High Street, we are bringing this to life providing eyecare services at home to those who cannot visit a high street optician. Our JVP model has been rolled out across the UK and we are now looking for experienced optical professionals to drive our business further, whilst providing excellent service to our housebound customers.
What’s on offer?
This is an opportunity to buy shares in this established, successful and profitable domiciliary business.
As a partner, you receive a guaranteed salary as well as your share in 100% of the profits from the business.
The price to purchase the shares is confidential at this stage but once you have successfully completed the recruitment process, we will be able to provide you with all the information and support you need to take your step towards partnership. As an initial investment, we ask for a minimum of [£6,000/£4,000].
By joining Specsavers as a Domiciliary Joint Venture Partner you will be able to combine your optical and entrepreneurial ambitions with the commercial strength of the market leader.
As a Domiciliary Joint Venture Partner (DJVP), you will lead the business with the aim of providing the very best in patient eyecare. Each partnership consists of an Optical DJVP and Customer Service DJVP who, together, will own the business taking 100% of the profits. Geographically you will work over a set ‘territory’, and through your commitment to the highest service and professional standards, will be able to build lasting relationships with existing and new customers to continually add value and grow your business.
What to do next
Do you want to be part of the Specsavers Healthcall success story? Do you have what it takes to join the partnership?
For more information on this opportunity, please register your interest here:
Other: Simon Williams