Elmsford, NY (PRWEB) May 9, 2005
FranchiseHelp, Inc., nationally recognized for its leadership in franchise research, analysis and document retrieval, has released its third survey of Child Services franchises. This new research report focuses on the booming childcare industry, which has grown an estimated 20% in the past year, and how parents are spending more time, money, and resources on improving the quality of their childrenÂs lives outside of and beyond the traditional classroom setting.
The Child Services Survey 2005 includes four segments: Art, Drama, & Culinary Classes; Fitness & Gym Concepts; Learning & Childcare Centers; and Other Child Services. Some of the notable companies detailed in the report include Kumon, the Goddard School, SYLVAN Learning Center, Gymboree, and Once Upon A Child. All of the factors needed to asses a franchise concept are given. Items include franchise fee, royalty, available financing, franchise closures, contact information, and much more.
The average startup investment for a Childcare Service franchise varies greatly depending upon the exact business one is interested in. A Learning Center investment, for example, can range from $10,000 to $2,000,000. For Art, Fitness, and Other Child Services, investments range from $25,000 up to $400,000. Corporate headquarters can be found all over the country, from New Jersey to Colorado, Florida to California. No matter the time zone you hail from, you will be able to find a hot new Childcare Services facility nearby to help jumpstart your next business venture.
The Childcare Services sector is a great new opportunity for entrepreneurs of all ages and walks of life. Many of the concepts are home-based, enabling parents to take on another business or start a lifelong dream. The Child Services Survey details franchises that span from educational achievement to physical fitness and artistic activities. Anyone with a desire to help children improve and expand their horizons would excel at starting one of the many Child Services franchises analyzed in this new report.
Operating since 1996, FranchiseHelp is a provider of lead generation services, information, research, analysis and consulting for the worldwide franchise community. Mary E. Tomzack, the President and Founder of FranchiseHelp Inc., is a noted franchise expert and the author of Tips & Traps When Buying a Franchise, (Revised Edition, 1999, SourceBook Publications) a book which consistently ranks in the top three best selling franchise books on Amazon.com.
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