Children's Services Educational Franchise - Investment

Owning a franchise to generate returns for you requires a level of commitment on personal, financial and emotional fronts.

Royalty: 7% of gross sales (subject to minimum)
Franchise Term: 10 year with option to renew
Initial Investment: Estimated $50,000 and up to get started

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Current Incentives in US:

US Armed Forces Veterans, recent college graduates and qualifying teachers may apply to be considered for a lite option.

*** The incentives cannot be combined. We may discontinue or alter the incentives in future ***

Financial Assistance:

STEM for kids is committed to providing our franchisees with the best possible resources to ensure success. We understand a large part of this is a strong financial plan. STEM For Kids franchise is eligible for SBA (Small Business Administration) financial assistance. Let your prospect lenders know.

Multi-Unit Strategies:

Add multiple territories.
Area Development opportunities are available.

International Markets:

Canada / Mexico – Single / Multiple/ Area Development / Master options.
Other Markets – Multiple / Area Development or Master Franchise (availability of Single territory varies by country; may be subject to minimum number of territories).

Contact Us

1-866-991 7053 X 2
franchisor@stemforkids.net

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