“Only 10 to 15 percent of child care owners and directors have had any formal training in marketing and enrollment-building strategies, and these folks need to be business-savvy in order to survive today’s tough economic realities”, says Kris Murray.
Hudson, OH (PRWEB) February 5, 2010
Across the Unites States, a growing number of child care programs are struggling to stay financially viable and keep their doors open, due to continued high unemployment among parents of young children, as well as large numbers of moms & dads who can’t afford the considerable cost of child care.
Kris Murray, President of Child Care Marketing Solutions, has been helping an increasing number of early childhood centers and schools remain financially stable by helping them grow their enrollment and retain their existing clientele. “Only 10 to 15 percent of child care owners and directors have had any formal training in marketing and enrollment-building strategies, and these folks need to be business-savvy in order to survive today’s tough economic realities," Kris said.
Child Care Marketing Solutions has been busy providing training products and services to increasing numbers of early childhood leaders around the country, and is excited to help provide greater stability in such an important industry.
Child Care Marketing Solutions features business coaching services and a comprehensive self-study toolkit for marketing and enrollment-building, called “The Child Care Business Success System”. The system features ten learning modules with ten accompanying audio CDs, designed specifically for early childhood business owners and administrators.
By using these innovative, cutting-edge, and cost-effective strategies, centers and schools can easily increase their enrollment, improve customer satisfaction, and improve their return-on-investment on marketing & advertising budgets.
Child Care Marketing Solutions also offers a free e-mail newsletter and free audio CD, “The 5 Secrets for Maximizing the Profitability of Your Child Care Center”, available at http://www.childcare-marketing.com .