Dessy Abimbola Opens Art Franchise in Parker, CO!

Dessy Abimbola Opens Art Franchise in Parker, CO!

Congratulations are in order for Dessy Abimbola, who opened a Kidcreate Studio art franchise in Parker, Colorado earlier this month! The grand opening ceremony was held on October 10, and was a great time for all who attended. Parker, which is about 25 miles south of Denver, is a thriving community with a large number of residents with small children. An art franchise like Kidcreate Studio, where children are encouraged to explore, play, imagine, and discover the world of art through guided instruction, will make a great fit!

Dessy Abimbola- Parker, COOriginally from Lagos, Nigeria, Dessy, holds degrees in accounting and statistics, as well as an MBA. Prior to becoming a Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owner, Dessy spent 12 years as a grant accountant- something she found immensely rewarding. “Meeting grant recipients and them sharing their wonderful stories gave me fulfillment at my job,” she says. 

With over a decade of accounting experience under her belt, Dessy threw her hat into the ring for a management position at the firm where she worked, only to be turned down for a heartbreaking reason. “I was denied the opportunity at the last minute because I was pregnant with my second baby at the time, and management feared I wasn’t going to be successful in the role,” she recalls. While others in her position may have become discouraged, Dessy saw this turn of events as an opportunity to reframe her vision of a successful career. “I was hurt and disappointed, and the hurt and disappointment I felt birthed the motivation of pursuing my dream to become successful.”

Along with her husband Ola, Dessy began to research franchise opportunities that would allow her to embark on a new path to success. It was at that time that the Abimbolas discovered the Kidcreate Studio art franchise opportunity. 

“I started to research different industries with my definition for success at the back of my mind,” Dessy explains. “I thought about opening my own accounting firm, the retail industry, a restaurant, because I love to cook, but I didn’t just want another job or paycheck. I wanted something unique that I can love and enjoy with my family.” Kidcreate Studio seemed like just the right fit, and Dessy and Ola began to take a closer look at the children’s art franchise.

art franchiseThe Abimbolas began their Kidcreate Studio Education Process back in autumn of 2018, and quickly discovered what set them apart from other children’s franchise opportunities. “The uniqueness and family-friendly business model got me excited about the business,” Dessy says. “It would give me the opportunity to put all my hard work and experience into building an empire for my family.” 

The strong economics and industry-leading business model were just a couple of the things that drew Dessy to the Kidcreate Studio opportunity. She also enjoyed the idea of owning an art franchise where she could make a difference in the lives of kids- and their parents. “I yearn for an absolute satisfaction in building a fun and family-friendly environment where parents wouldn’t hesitate to drop off their kids, and the kids themselves will look forward to having fun,” Dessy said in an interview prior to opening her studio. She added that she hoped her Kidcreate Studio art franchise would be “a place where memories are created, long-lasting friendships will be built, and joy and laughter will be shared, through quality art education.”

If the Parker, CO grand opening celebration is any indication, it appears that Dessy’s dreams are already coming true! Families in the community turned out for a first look at the brand-new art franchise location. After a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Dessy proudly showed off her studio, complete with resident parakeets Arty and Crafty, and led her youngest guests in a craft. All the kids in attendance, including her daughters Tiwa, 5, and Temi, 19 months, had a great time getting messy in a colorful, kid-friendly environment designed to inspire. 

Abimbola FamilyAs Dessy gears up to begin her first big week of operating a Kidcreate Studio franchise, she looks forward to building a successful business that brings value and meaning to her life, as well as the lives of those in her community. “I strongly believe that my past experiences in the corporate world, in addition to me being a mum, has thoroughly staged me to achieve my definition of success with owning and operating a Kidcreate Studio,” she says. “I am ready for the adventure!”

Like Dessy, many parents of young children are looking into children’s franchise opportunities that would allow them to own a successful business without having to sacrifice time with their own families. If you are considering leaving the corporate world behind and achieving success in a different arena, it may be time to look into the Kidcreate Studio art franchise opportunity. Click here to visit our franchise website and learn more about us.

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Andrea Jones Celebrates Education Franchise Milestone

Andrea Jones Celebrates Education Franchise Milestone

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Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owner Andrea Jones is celebrating an important anniversary! It has been one year since she opened the doors to her education franchise in Greer, South Carolina. Local news outlet The Greer Citizen featured Jones in an article this past week to commemorate her achievement.

Jones’ story began not unlike that of many concerned parents. A stay-at-home mom for the previous 15 years, she knew that her kids, like all kids, were constantly searching for the next fun thing to do. However, they were more often drawn to electronics than the arts, something that stemmed from them not having many other options. She searched for a way for her kids to have fun while expressing their creativity and learning, instead of being glued to a screen. Unfortunately, something like this simply didn’t exist within her community. Kidcreate Studio was the education franchise that Jones had been searching for, a way for her kids to have fun and be creative, all while developing their cognitive and social skills. In her own words, “I just thought, as a mom, what better way to add some value to the community than to work with Kidcreate”.

Extensive internet research led Jones to the Kidcreate Studio website, inspiring her to open up a Kidcreate Studio herself. After some consultation and planning, Jones was ready to open a franchise. She signed her franchise agreement in the summer of 2018 and the build-out followed soon after, officially opening Kidcreate Studio – Greer on October 6th, 2018. Jump forward one year and Jones and her franchise have just celebrated their one-year anniversary with an art-filled celebration open to the public. Since its opening, Jones’ franchise has seen widespread success around her community, drawing children from all over the state to come in and explore their creative sides. Owning a Kidcreate Studio franchise is not just a job for Jones, it is a way for her to enjoy herself and get in touch with her inner child. “We have a lot of fun and make a lot of messes. It’s a great time for the kids,” she says. 

Variety is the name of the game at Kidcreate Studio, something that sets it aside from its other education franchise competitors. Projects at Kidcreate Studio can vary from drawing to painting to working with clay, continuing to cater to the creative needs of every type of child that walks through its doors. As Jones puts it, one of the best parts of owning a franchise is, “giving the kids a chance to experiment with different art techniques. It’s a great way for kids to explore. Being creative helps you think outside the box, and that’s our goal here.” This is something that is embodied by Kidcreate Studio franchises across the country, yet remains increasingly absent in today’s education system, which is becoming less and less geared toward artistic exploration. Kidcreate Studio and Franchise Owners like Jones are working to fill this void. 

While Jones’ journey from stay-at-home mom to entrepreneur may seem quite impressive, it is not far off from that of Kidcreate Studio Founder, Lara Olson. Lara saw a similar struggle in her son to find a creative outlet away from a screen or within the traditional school system. When she searched for a way for her son to do this, there simply weren’t many options. Hence the idea for Kidcreate Studio was born. After opening up her first location in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, Olson quickly saw that there was a huge, untapped market for children’s art programs such as those at Kidcreate Studio. 

Today, Olson’s idea has spread to nine franchise locations and two corporate locations across seven states. 21 more are already planned for the coming years. As the education franchise spreads across the country, so do the tenets of artistic expression and creativity that Kidcreate Studio upholds. The growth of Kidcreate Studio stems not just from the passion of Lara Olson, Andrea Jones, and other Franchise Owners across the country, but from the fact that today’s educational system simply isn’t catering to the artistic needs of school-age children. Not left with many options, many parents are simply turning to electronics to stimulate their children’s needs. This only shortens their children’s attention spans and further prevents them from using their creative potential. 

Ultimately, like Lara Olson, Andrea Jones couldn’t help but see herself in the local children who are struggling to express their creativity in school, and her passion to drive change is part of what has made her Kidcreate Studio location so successful. Today, Jones and her fellow Franchise Owners see a bit of themselves in every child who walks into a Kidcreate Studio. The studio is more than just a business to own, it is a way to embrace creativity, a way to reveal your own inner child.


Andrea isn’t alone in seeing the lack of artistic opportunities for children in her area. If you are interested in bringing art to children in your area, we are currently awarding Kidcreate Studio Franchise opportunities to select investors. Learn more by clicking here.

 

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Franchise Owner Jerry LaMonica Spreads Creativity through Art Franchise

Franchise Owner Jerry LaMonica Spreads Creativity through Art Franchise

Since 2018, Jerry LaMonica found the unique ability to spread the joys of creativity and art education through our art franchise as a Franchise Owner in Rock Hill, South Carolina. With children and a family of his own, Jerry knew Kidcreate Studio was the perfect fit for fulfilling his desire to pursue a family-oriented business.

Jerry’s journey began in North Carolina, when he moved to Charlotte with his husband, Eric, to live in an area closer to Eric’s parents. Prior to the move, he actually explored other ventures with creativity as he attended college to study music. For the first 18 years in North Carolina, Jerry worked mainly in retail management roles ranging from being a multi-unit district manager for Pier One Imports, manager at Home Depot, and trainer for West Elm. But once Jerry’s children joined the family, he knew that he wanted to pursue a career that would fit his passion for creativity that also allowed for a healthy family lifestyle. That’s when our art franchise came into the picture.

Being the father of two—a 7 year old daughter and 5 year old son—meant that Jerry needed a career that allowed him to complement the lifestyle and dynamic of his family. Jerry and Eric decided they wanted to find something that was “unpoachable, family-oriented, and a service-based business.” Our art franchise specializes in children’s art classes, camps and art-themed birthday parties, combining high-quality art education with a comfortable, kid-friendly environment for children from the ages of 18 months to 12 years. Seeing the different kid and art-oriented features that come with being a Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owner, Jerry and Eric found that our art franchise was the exact business opportunity that they were searching for to transition into their new lifestyles. 

Since launching his own Kidcreate Studio in November of 2018, Jerry has found that one of his favorite parts of working as a Franchise Owner is running our Art-On-The-Go program. This program allows Franchise Owners to send teachers and counselors off-site to bring our unique art curriculum directly to families, instead of having students come to a single Kidcreate Studio location. “Anything we can do at the studio, from messy painting classes to air-dry clay workshops, we can do at an offsite location,” Jerry claims. “If a customer wants a birthday party but doesn’t want to come to the studio, we can bring all of our high-quality resources to their home.” We don’t want to limit the services of our art franchises to our specific locations, so the ability to take our fun art curriculum directly to children and parents allows for convenience for all. 

Jerry also loves the Art-On-The-Go program not only in the fact that it is exponentially more convenient for parents, but in that it allows his family to meet new faces and get involved directly with his immediate community. While the program brings our art franchise to the direct homes of children, Jerry highlights how he scheduled art classes at “local YMCAs, park and recreation centers, preschools and more” over the summer. The various programs of Kidcreate allows Franchise Owners to get involved in various avenues of their community; for example, Jerry is currently working closely with South Carolina’s Rock Hill District Schools and is in the process of finalizing a partnership. Through this partnership, his Kidcreate Studio will offer after-school art enrichment across South Carolina’s York County. Our various Franchise Owners oftentimes find themselves developing close relationships with multiple sectors of their communities—whether it be elementary and secondary schools, after school programs, or local businesses. The opportunities that exist for growing the presence of Kidcreate Studio in your community has truly great potential.

In our most recent years, Kidcreate has seen immense growth, with five locations in current development. Jerry and Eric will continue to be a part of Kidcreate’s growth as they plan to open three more locations in the Charlotte area, a region that is currently a Kidcreate favorite. For their second location, Jerry stated his hopes to open his second location near the Charlotte area, specifically in the towns of Huntersville, Davidson, or Pineville. As he continues his vision for growth, Jerry gave a shoutout to the support of our Founder, Lara Olson. 

“Lara Olson and the rest of the corporate team have been incredibly supportive as we learn what works best for us here,” Jerry states. “As summer is in full swing, we are really hitting our stride.”


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Kidcreate Studio Officially Open in Broomfield with Rod and Jen Arreola!

Kidcreate Studio Officially Open in Broomfield with Rod and Jen Arreola!

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With backgrounds in both entrepreneurship and children’s educations, Rod and Jen Arreola have excitedly joined with Kidcreate Studio on a three-unit deal over the course of the next five years. Here at Kidcreate Studio, WE are excited to announce that Rod and Jen, as of September 14th, have OFFICIALLY opened their first location with our kids art studio franchise in Broomfield, Colorado!

Rod Arreola spent a decade working in the IT field before realizing his passion and career was truly found in entrepreneurship, leading him to move his family to Las Vegas, Nevada. His entrepreneurial start began with the founding of Teriyaki Madness, the well-known teriyaki restaurant brand. Over the course of the next few years, Teriyaki Madness began grow increasingly with new locations found around the Las Vegas area. The Arreolas increasing success even led to Kidcreate Founder Lara Olson to reach out to Rod for advice about franchising in 2014. 

The Arreolas were ultimately bought out in 2016 as Teriyaki Madness began increasing their own franchising efforts, thus Rod began searching for another business venture to explore– this time, outside of the the restaurant industry.

That’s when Kidcreate Studio provided the perfect opportunity. Being parents of three, Rod and Jen both knew that the direction of children and education was the right one for them, allowing them the flexibility to pursue a business concept that fit their interests and values while simultaneously raising their family. Jen Arreola found that the mission of Kidcreate aligned perfectly with her own passion of childhood education. In 2010, Arreola began working as a gifted education adviser in the Boulder Valley School District and saw that there were not many art opportunities for her students. Kidcreate, therefore, provided the perfect mix of meeting the needs of her students while also allowing her to continue pursuing her passion in childhood education. 

With three children of their own, the Arreolas were also actively seeking an opportunity that allowed for a positive and healthy work-life balance to provide flexibility in their schedule. Because of our ability to encourage studio owners to create their own work schedules and actively involve their families in the business, the Arreolas immediately saw how opening their own Kidcreate location would allow for their own quality family time.

“When you own your own business in the restaurant industry, you’re subject to crazy hours and demand,” Rod states. “With Kidcreate Studio, we can determine our own hours and operate with more flexibility, which is great because we wanted more family time and to not to be tied to a concept 24/7 like a restaurant would require.”

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Rod Arreola also saw the great economic potential in investing in the kids art studio franchise when considering the investment through the perspective of a businessman. When weighing the potential profit margins, cost of entry, and demand of service, Arreola saw Kidcreate as “a great business”. Unlike the restaurant industry, which possesses much greater risk due to a high cost of build-out and lower return on investment, Rod claims Kidcreate has much less risk, shows “great numbers” with concerns to profit margins, and has an impressively low cost of entry. 

Overall, the Arreolas find that moving in the general direction combining art and childhood education is the perfect fit for them. 

“With three kids of our own, I understood as a parent that there is a lot of opportunity for this kind of supplemental education in this niche market because of the lack of art in schools,” Jen claims. “I spend a lot of time with moms who frequently encounter few options when looking for things for their kids to do. The art programs available around here don’t necessarily offer all of the options we have, so there’s a ton of opportunity for us.”

Parents are constantly looking for ways to engage their children’s creativity and expose them to opportunities outside of the tech-bubble of today’s society, and Kidcreate’s tech-free curriculum provides the ideal environment and creative experience that allows children to expand their learning. And as the number of young families in Broomfield specifically continues to grow, the Arreolas considered it to be the perfect time and opportunity for the introduction of the unique kids art studio franchise in their community.

Alongside their first location in Broomfield, the Arreolas plan to open the next two locations within five years in the surrounding area of Boulder and Northern Denver. 

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Art Franchise Kidcreate Studio as Seen on TV!

Art Franchise Kidcreate Studio as Seen on TV!

 

Kidcreate Studio was featured once again on TV! Makeeka Harris, our Franchise Owner in Fayetteville, North Carolina, brought our art franchise onto North Carolina’s WRAL station to showcase a fun and crafty project while also explaining what we do. In this feature, Makeeka takes host Ken Smith through the details of our arts franchise before guiding him through a fun fall-themed clay mosaic!

 

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Before jumping into the clay mosaic, Makeeka helps explain to Ken some background on Kidcreate Studio, highlighting our target age group and what the kids can participate in. “The age groups we target are 18 months to 12 years old,” Makeeka states. “We do all types of stuff for all types of kids— even birthday parties!” Ken asks Makeeka how receptive parents are to Kidcreate classes and camps, and she expresses how parents are often even more appreciative of the opportunity for their kids to explore their creativity. “Parents love us!” Makeeka exclaims. “They love to see that there’s a fun and exciting art activity right around the corner from where they live.” With art programming opportunities for children decreasing, parents are constantly on the lookout for programs that allow their children to tap into their artistic side while also having fun, and our art franchise perfectly provides the opportunities they seek.

Joking that kids are like “sponges”, Ken brings up the assumption that the whole idea of Kidcreate Studio classes are to keep the brains of the children constantly working and active. Makeeka agrees wholeheartedly, stating, “That’s right! Creativity is the best way to get those wheels turning in their heads.”

 

DIY Class Mosaic

After giving a brief rundown about Kidcreate Studio, Makeeka shifts her focus to explaining how to create your very own fall-themed clay mosaic, which is a super easy project for parents to also get involved with their kids. Before starting, Makeeka emphasizes the accessibility of the supplies in this project, which applies across the board for all Kidcreate Studio art projects. She explains that for this project, she was only using colorful beads and “air dried clay that you can get from any arts and crafts store.” As she begins the project, she also highlights the creative freedom that the children possess in their art projects. “It starts just a slab of clay,” Makeeka expresses. “And you can get this in grey clay, white clay, any color clay! We’re using brown today to symbolize fall.” 

As she starts describing how to create a leaf-shaped mosaic by using a leaf-shaped template, Ken and Makeeka both emphasize how perfection is never necessary in this space, and fun is the most important goal. “Kids don’t have to be perfect, they don’t have to be artists,” Ken states. Makeeka follows up by agreeing, “That’s right. They don’t have to be artists. This is all about fun and expressing creativity.” By providing a space where children can explore their own creative intuitions while having fun, we hope to create a passion and creative drive within the children to help them utilize these skills as they grow through their journey of life. 

And as easy as that, Makeeka finishes the mosaic, explaining that you “simply take off the leaf template and just add beads to wherever you want to create that mosaic look.”

 

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Before ending the segment, Makeeka and Ken wrap up by detailing how kids are still constantly learning, even if they are out of school. When asked if Kidcreate Studio basically provides an extension to the school day, Makeeka confirms, stating “parents love when their kids are still learning while they’re having fun.” Because our curriculum is heavily integrated, the children will often not notice that they’re learning because they’re too busy having fun. Before you know it, these kids will have picked up various facts on famous artists, learned about different artistic techniques, and complete all these through a creative and encouraging environment filled with fun. Makeeka finishes up by describing the flexible structure of all Kidcreate programs. “Our times at the studio vary,” she explains. “We have camps that go up to six hours, but we typically have workshops that are three hours or less.” Whatever parents are looking to best supplement their child’s learning, our arts and crafts franchise possesses the programs to help further their development and growth. 

Overall, what does Makeeka think best summarizes Kidcreate Studio?

“Imaginations go wild, and you get a cool project while you’re at it”


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Education Franchise Kidcreate Studio Showcased on Your Carolina!

Education Franchise Kidcreate Studio Showcased on Your Carolina!

The school year is upon us! With kids soaking in the final days of summer, parents express how they often have trouble finding engaging activities to occupy their time before they hit the classroom, but Kidcreate is here to help! Andrea Jones, owner of a Kidcreate Studio in Greenville, South Carolina, showcased our art education franchise on Your Carolina, the weekday morning program covering South Carolina’s news and activities. In this feature, Andrea takes hosts Megan Heidlberg and Jack Ropers through explaining the purpose of Kidcreate and the details of her specific Kidcreate Studio location before guiding them through their own DIY candy mosaic art project!

Before getting into the art project, Andrea described what Kidcreate Studio offers as an art studio, and the wide variety of classes and camps her studio is holding for the rest of the summer as well as the opportunities available going into the school year. “We do birthday parties, we do summer camps; we have summer camps going on right now— we have more camps going on this week and next week,” Andrea explained. “And then we roll into our fall season. Since we’re gonna go back to school on the 20th, we have some classes that people might want to do to take a break because they might not be fully ready to be back in school.”

After giving a quick description of Kidcreate Studio and her specific studio location in Greenville, Andrea and the hosts dived right into creating their own candy mosaic. Andrea explained how these crafts can be easily recreated in the ease of your own home, using supplies that are found lying around your house. “You can do this at home, with icing out of your kitchen or candy that you just pull out. You don’t even have to buy these cardboard disks, you can use cardboard and cut it into a rectangle or a circle.” As the three began spreading icing all over their cardboard rounds, Andrea also discussed how her class scheduling works for the art classes and camps on a weekly basis, and what the classes consist of. “We do classes most days. This week, we have classes all week from 9 to 12, our summer camp is ‘Art Academy’, and we do a complement of different things,” Andrea stated. “We paint, we do clay, we do mosaics— but it is all curriculum-based.”

In describing the Kidcreate curriculum, Andrea highlighted how one of the goals of our art education franchise is for children to learn through and about art, and our specialized art curriculum does just that. “Every kid learns something. We like to call it a ‘kid-bit’, so we give them a ‘kid-bit’ of information that is related to art, whether it be an artist or type of art,” Andrea said. “This lesson, the ‘kid-bit’ would be talking about mosaics, and we would explain to them what it is.” Because the children are busy having fun creating and making art, oftentimes, they won’t even realize they’re gaining valuable knowledge about art education, so they truly have fun while they learn. Through our curriculum, we made it a priority to find that perfect combination between having fun and learning.

As Andrea and the hosts began finishing up their art projects by sticking candy into the cake frosting, Andrea wrapped up by detailing the role of the parents and what the kids get to take away from the classes— both literally and figuratively! “We love to have the parents there, and we step them through all of the different parts of the project,” Andrea explained. “And then, when everybody leaves, they actually get to leave with their artwork. Even if they’re doing clay, like this Picasso face or this frog pinch pot.” So, the kids not only get to learn about interesting art techniques and facts while having fun, but they also get to take home the finished product of all their hard work and creativity!

Andrea opened her first Kidcreate Studio location this past October with her husband, Anthea Jones, in Greenville, South Carolina. Huge congrats to Andrea for representing Kidcreate Studio on Your Carolina, and sharing the message and the fun of our art education franchise!


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