Investor Needed for Healthcare Startup
Posted by: Matt Pierce on 6/15/2016 4:24:36 PM
Funding Needed:
Under $100k
Healthcare & Medical / Pharma
Location :
San Diego County, USA
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We are established healthcare professionals with over 15 years of healthcare experience and connections through Southern California looking for 1 investor for new Home Care startup. Small investment of $15,000 gets you 10% lifetime equity. First year revenue is expected to be over $840,000. Investor will also have the opportunity to continue to grow as company grows into other healthcare related services including Home Healthcare, Hospice and Skilled Nursing.

Healthcare in California is expected to create 5.6 Million new jobs by 2020 and is one of the fastest growing industries. Your investment is secured and references are available on request. We are established healthcare professionals with established connections and references. We currently have well established relationships with hospitals, doctors, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living communities and more.

Your investment of $15,000 will pay towards licensing and accreditation, marketing materials, marketing expenses and startup costs. If you research Home Care franchises, they average $50,000 to $250,000. This is not a franchise and is a family owned start up. Our goal is to grow San Diego County then expand into Inland Empire, Riverside, LA and Northern California within the next 3 years. Profits and growth opportunity for the investor is unlimited! We do the work for you! Investor can become involved or allow us to do it all. Angel investor ok.

An example of your investment of $15,000:

First Year Projected Scenario: We establish 100 Clients averaging 25 Homecare Hrs/Week = 2.8 Million in first Year TOTAL revenue. $840,000 Gross Profit. Your 10% Share Equals: $84,000 within the first year!

Dividends will be paid monthly. Please reply will ad if interested. Would be happy to meet in person if in the San Diego area or can travel.
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