August 18, 2016 // Franchising.com // CINCINNATI, Ohio – FirstLight Home Care a national provider of non-medical home care has recently received acknowledgement as one of the fastest-growing privately held companies for 2016. For the second year in a row, FirstLight Home Care Franchise has been recognized on Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 5000 list.
The recognition was announced on August 17 and FirstLight Home Care was listed at number 2036. This prestigious business accolade comes at a time where the company has grown to more than 134 locations in 31 states, and gross sales of more than $2.6 million in 2014 to over $3.9 million in 2015.
“Earning our second Inc. 5000 ranking back to back is something we are extremely proud of,” said Bill McPherson, executive director of franchise development at FirstLight Home Care. “In the last three years, our company has grown by over 183 percent, and when you consider that we have only been franchising since 2010, that expansion is even more impressive.”
As a leading provider of non-medical, home care, FirstLight Home Care differs from other industry brands by offering assistance to a wide demographic of adults in need. Clients typically range from seniors to new mothers, veterans, adults with disabilities, and those who are recovering from illness, injury or surgery. Founded in 2009, the company began franchising in 2010 and has expanded to include 134 locations throughout 31 states. In addition to earning a 2015 Inc. 5000 ranking, FirstLight Home Care was honored at number 21 for all private businesses based in the Cincinnati metro area.
For more information about FirstLight Home Care and national franchise opportunities available now, visit http://www.firstlightfranchise.com/.
FirstLight Home Care creates a new standard in non-medical home care by combining best practices with innovative approaches to make the franchise an emerging market leader in a fast-growing industry. Services can be provided at private residences, assisted-living facilities, retirement communities, nursing homes, adult-family homes or group homes. Clients might also include new mothers, individuals recovering from surgeries and others. To learn more, visit www.firstlighthomecare.com.
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