Who we look for

Starting a business; attitude, ethos and mindset

Starting a business is a big decision. Hence, starting a franchise business needs both the franchisor and franchisee to work in harmony. Moreover, sharing the same attitude, ethos and mindset is important. Also, understanding that successful franchisees follow the proven franchise model. Importantly, they embrace the values and culture of the organisation; they belong to the Driving Miss Daisy® ‘family’.
Qualities include a caring attitude towards others, excellent interpersonal skills, patience and enthusiasm. Having the passion and perseverance to succeed, with a willingness to work hard is necessary.
We look for people who want their own business and really care about improving their clients’ lives.


What motivates you?

We want to get to know you. Importantly, we want to understand what motivates you starting a business. And in particular, starting a Driving Miss Daisy® business. You will meet and talk with our Business Development team because we want to be sure that Driving Miss Daisy® is the right franchise for you. Also, we need to make sure that you are right for us. Importantly, our recruitment process ensures we both have the information to make an informed decision. We aim to choose the right people first time, every time. As a result, this ensures satisfaction and success for everyone.


Values of Driving Miss Daisy

Offering a trusted service with which our clients can feel safe is at the heart of what we do. So, embracing our values is very important.

  • Being open, honest and trustworthy, acting with the upmost integrity at all times.
  • Providing a caring, considerate and respectful environment, compassionate to all.
  • To be reliable, smart, accurate and appealing in every way.
  • The care and safety of everyone will be paramount around everything we do.
  • Brighten up the day, by always incorporating laughter, cheerfulness, enthusiasm and positivity.

“To run a Driving Miss Daisy® franchise, you need to be community spirited. If this business operates well, you’ll get a lot of satisfaction with it and a good return on investment. It’s great to be autonomous but still have a support system around you to help if you get stuck.”


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