Kidcreate Founder Creates Art Franchise Opportunities

Kidcreate Founder Creates Art Franchise Opportunities

 

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These past few months have been tough on us all, especially small business owners. For Kidcreate Studio Founder Lara Olson, the situation presented an especially difficult set of challenges for her brand which focused on in-person learning through art. However, it ultimately allowed Lara to do what she does best: get creative! A recent article from Franchise Dictionary Magazine discussed how Lara used COVID-19 to help further create art franchise opportunities at Kidcreate Studio.

Lara launched Kidcreate Studio in 2007, using one of her most creative traits, her imagination. When she saw that her son Jake wasn’t getting the exposure to art that he needed within the public education system, she knew he wasn’t alone. She envisioned a place where children and parents could flock from all over cities and their surrounding areas to bond over art, creativity, and the desire to get messy. With this vision, Kidcreate Studio was born, and it quickly sprouted into the vibrant art franchise that it is today.

The first Kidcreate Studio became an instant success, with fully booked classes every week and children constantly craving a return to the studio. It became apparent that another studio was necessary, so Lara fully dove in and began to offer art franchise opportunities for parents interested in bringing art education to their own communities. Today, Kidcreate Studio has expanded to 12 locations across the US, with several more projected by the end of the year. 

While the demand for art education has always been there, it hasn’t always been a walk in the park for Lara and Kidcreate Studio, and COVID-19 was the toughest challenge yet for our brand. However, Lara saw the situation as an opportunity rather than a difficulty. She used her creative mindset to work with Franchise Owners and develop innovative solutions to keep their studios open, developing take-home art kits and virtual classes and programs. Furthermore, she and her team launched an entirely new business model with a smaller footprint to keep art franchise opportunities available for every type of entrepreneur. This new model is known as the On-the-Go studio and focuses on mobile classes and programs without the need for a physical brick and mortar location. In typical Kidcreate fashion, this new design has seen rapid success, with the model currently securing 70% of our brand’s revenues. With an initial investment starting at only $64,765, the on-the-go model has truly revolutionized the way that entrepreneurs approach the art education industry. 

One may wonder, what makes Kidcreate Studio’s art franchise opportunities so unique? Well, as a Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owner, you enjoy a variety of benefits that a typical career simply cannot offer you. For starters, you get to be your own boss and set your own schedule. This means working on your own clock when you want to. You get to spend more time with your family and take time off whenever you find it convenient. While you receive all the benefits of small business ownership, you have our seasoned franchising support team behind you 24/7, meaning you don’t have to worry about navigating some of the typical hurdles of owning a new business. Be it training employees, pushing marketing efforts, or developing new curriculum, our franchise support team has our owners’ backs no matter what!

Furthermore, our art franchise opportunities provide the potential for tremendous growth and profitability. In 2019, our Eden Prairie, Minnesota location saw $466,044 in gross sales.* With only $50,000 of liquid capital required and an initial investment starting at only $64,765, one can see the potential for a quick return on investment!

More than anything, however, our Franchise Owners are truly passionate about what they do and experience a sense of fulfillment that can seldom be found in a typical career. Every day, our Franchise Owners get to spark creativity in young minds within their communities and ignite a lifelong passion for art. They are doing more than just owning their own business. They are getting in touch with their communities, with local families, and with the way that their children are learning. This sense of fulfillment is something that we cannot stress enough here at Kidcreate Studio and it is shared by every member of the Kidcreate family. 

As we move into the final stretch of the year, we are looking to keep the ball rolling with our mission to spread accessible art education to as many children as possible. We are currently offering art franchise opportunities to qualified individuals within select markets across the country. If this sounds like something that would interest you, visit our franchising site today!


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*Numbers obtained from Item 19 of our 2020 FDD Document

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    Oak Park, Illinois Welcomes our Art Education Franchise!

    Oak Park, Illinois Welcomes our Art Education Franchise!

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    Another month, and another new location for our art education franchise. Oak Park, Illinois welcomed the newest Kidcreate Studio this past week and there was plenty of fun to be had! This is the second location for franchise-owning duo Lindsey Danhauser and Allison Durkee and the two are absolutely loving their careers as Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owners!

    Although Allison and Lindsey have been lifelong friends, they haven’t always worked within the same fields. Art has always been something that the two have bonded over, however. Allison previously spent 12 years working a corporate career, but always had dreams of owning her own business. Meanwhile, Lindsey worked within the field of art, having earned her MA in arts and cultural management before going to work at several art galleries. By chance, Lindsey started working at our Eden Prairie Kidcreate Studio location and after 10 years decided she wanted to open her own art education franchise. Who better to do it with than her best friend? 

    Fast forward to 2019, and the two were ready to open their own art education franchise with Kidcreate Studio in the Lakeview area of Chicago. The studio was an instant success, with tons of kids flowing in from all over the Chicago area looking to explore their creativity. Lindsey and Allison were seeing fully-booked classes on a daily basis and truly realized the extent of the demand for extracurricular art programs. So naturally, opening another studio in Chicago was a no-brainer! 

    Having already opened one studio, the second time around was a breeze for Lindsey and Allison. Although COVID-19 made things a bit more difficult for the opening, everyone was still able to have fun and get messy with social distancing measures in place. The two officially opened the doors to their Oak Park location on September 12th to the joy of both kids and parents in the Chicago area. Their Grand Opening event offered free art activities for all, as well as a raffle to win free art parties, camps, and family memberships. Additionally, “party favors” were offered to kids and their parents, including coupons for Mommy’s Time Off Classes, birthday parties, and other Kidcreate programs. The event was a smashing success for the team and Lindsey and Allison can’t wait to see what the future holds for their two Kidcreate Studio art franchises!

    Why do Lindsey and Allison love their careers so much? As Kidcreate Studio Art Education Franchise Owners, they enjoy a variety of benefits that a typical corporate career simply cannot offer. For starters, Lindsey and Allison are their own bosses and work when they want to. They get to set their own schedules and take time off when they need it. This means spending plenty of time with their families and getting to take vacations whenever they find convenient. Few careers can offer this level of freedom and flexibility.

    Furthermore, being Art Education Franchise Owners with Kidcreate Studio, Lindsey and Allison have the potential to realize tremendous growth and profitability. In 2019, our flagship Eden Prairie location saw average gross sales of $466,044.* With an initial investment starting at just $64,765, and a liquid capital requirement of only $50,000, one can see the potential for a quick return on investment and high-profit margins. 

    Allison and Lindsey aren’t alone in their business ownership, however. As Kidcreate Studio Art Education Franchise Owners, they have our amazing corporate support team behind them 24/7 helping them through the thick and thin of owning a franchise. Be it training new employees, finding real estate, helping with day to day operations, or developing new curriculum, our support team has our Franchise Owners’ backs and will do whatever it takes to prime them for long term success. 

    More than anything, however, our Art Education Franchise Owners like Lindsey and Allison are truly passionate about what they do and receive a sense of daily fulfillment that can seldom be found in any other type of career. In today’s day and age, art education is something that is unfortunately often limited in the public education sector. As a Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owner, you get to stimulate creativity among the youth and make a difference in the lives of children every day. You get to be messy, think outside the box, and best of all have fun! Owning a Kidcreate Studio isn’t just another business venture. It’s a way to get in touch with your inner child every time you walk into work. 

    So what are you waiting for? Unleash your creative side and invest in a future career that you can be truly passionate about! Visit our franchising site for more details. 


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      Now You Can Get Your Art Franchise To-Go!

      Now You Can Get Your Art Franchise To-Go!

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      For those of you who have been dreaming about opening a Kidcreate art franchise but desire a more flexible, easy-to-pivot business model with low overhead and high potential returns, we’re about to make your day!

      Kidcreate now offers our proven On-The-Go model as an option for Franchise Owners who prefer a mobile business over a brick and mortar studio. For under $65,000, you can bring a passion and enthusiasm for art to the kids in your community, regardless of where they are.

      How Does the Kidcreate On-The-Go Art Franchise Work?

      Using official Kidcreate class curriculum, On-the-Go instructors are able to take art classes on the road to local schools, camps, places of worship, birthday parties and more. Partner with numerous kid-centric places in your area to easily scale your business and grow your enrollment, all without having to worry about real estate, construction, or other costs associated with opening a brick and mortar art franchise location.

      How Much Does an On-The-Go Art Franchise Cost?

      It’s never been more affordable to own a Kidcreate art franchise! The investment for our On-The-Go model starts at just $64,765, with a launch fee of only $5,000.

      What Can a Kidcreate On-The-Go Art Franchise Do for Me?

      Investing in a Kidcreate On-The-Go art franchise opens all kinds of doors for both current and future revenue potential. In as little as 60 days, you can launch your On-The-Go art franchise with Kidcreate and quickly ramp up your business by making connections with parents, teachers, and child care providers in your area.

      Additionally, owning an On-The-Go art franchise helps keep overhead costs low. Without the expenses associated with a brick and mortar studio, you can not only open a Kidcreate On-The-Go franchise for less money but you’ll also have higher potential for quick returns on your initial investment.

      A low overhead investment won’t mean having to sacrifice the quality of each Kidcreate lesson, either. You’ll still have full access to our extensive curriculum library featuring over 1,200 exclusive Edu-Kit lessons geared toward teaching real art concepts and techniques in a way that is stimulating and fun! On-The-Go classes preserve everything that is unique and wonderful about the studio experience that our art franchise has offered for years- minus the studio!

      As a Kidcreate On-The-Go art Franchise Owner, you aren’t limited to in-person classes- in fact, you can teach virtual art classes without being limited by your franchise territory. Enjoy earning new and repeat business through online classes, and feel secure in the knowledge that you have everything you need to successfully pivot your business should the need for online-only art instruction arise.

      Kiss those corporate hours goodbye and invest in a future that allows for a healthy work-life balance! Owning a Kidcreate On-The-Go art franchise means shaping your work schedule around the things that truly matter most.

      Perhaps the greatest thing you can get from owning a Kidcreate On-The-Go art franchise is the personal fulfillment you can experience as an ambassador for children’s art education within your community. Imagine knowing that you are helping to make a difference in the lives of countless kids within your community through the art instruction you provide. It’s hard to put a value on the smiles of happy kids showing off their masterpieces during “Ta-DA Time!”

       

      What if I Want to Own a Brick and Mortar Kidcreate Studio Art Franchise in the Future?

      Great news! Choosing our On-The-Go art franchise model now doesn’t impact your ability to own one of our beautiful brick and mortar studio locations down the road. Once you’re ready to grow your business, a brick and mortar studio can be an excellent addition to an already-thriving On-The-Go art franchise. For multi-unit minded investors interested in building a Kidcreate empire within their community, a brick and mortar addition is an ideal way to expand comfortably and earn new business while retaining your existing client base.

      Best of all, our On-The-Go model has been part of the Kidcreate art franchise for years, and has proven to be highly successful for Franchise Owners in terms of earning potential and generating new business. This may be the first time we’ve ever offered our On-The-Go option on its own, but we’ve spent years perfecting the model and are confident in its ability to drive success and growth for our Franchise Owners!

      If you’ve been waiting for the perfect opportunity to invest in our award-winning art franchise, our On-The-Go model may be just right for you! Visit our franchise website to learn more about our exciting new On-The-Go art franchise opportunity.

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        What Made Mufaddel Dhodwala Want to Open an Art Franchise?

        What Made Mufaddel Dhodwala Want to Open an Art Franchise?

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        We’d like to wish a warm welcome to the newest member of the Kidcreate Studio art franchise family, Mufaddel Dhodwala! Together with his wife, Fatema, who will be acting as Operations Manager, Dhodwala will be opening the doors to his brand-new West Bloomfield, Michigan location in 2021. Our team sat down with Mufaddel and Fatema to discuss their story and their big plans for the future!

        Like many Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owners, Muffadel and Fatema came across our art franchise after discovering an unmet need for kids’ art education opportunities within their own community. After accidentally missing the registration deadline for an art class their two children- ages 8 and 10- had enjoyed, the couple was disappointed to find that there were no other art classes for kids in their neighborhood. They realized that there needed to be more options for art education within their community!

        As entrepreneurs with additional business ventures in the coffee industry as well as in Indian-made handicrafts, Muffadel and Fatema saw an opportunity to open an art franchise for kids. They decided to do some research and came across Kidcreate Studio. They were instantly intrigued and thought it would be a great fit for the community. Naturally, the couple decided to reach out to the Kidcreate franchising team and talk to some of our art Franchise Owners.

        “I was very impressed by the vetting process- at different times you get to listen to different interviews- I must have listened to 10 different interviews.” describes Muffadel. “From the first email,  [Development Director] Kyle [Christie] took us through all the different steps. I really felt like I understood the business model. Even better, I saw that the other Franchise Owners were confident about what they were doing. They were saying that, given the opportunity, they would do this again!”

        This solidified the decision for Muffadel and Fatema, but they still weren’t 100% certain if it was the right time for them to invest with our art franchise. But as they continued to weigh their options, they learned some exciting news – Kidcreate Studio was offering an incentive to new Franchise Owners! Back in May, we were feeling a bit creative and decided to offer our new Franchise Owners 0% royalties and 50% of the franchise and launch fees deferred. This was exactly the motivation Muffadel and Fatema needed, and they decided to take advantage of the offer!

        Mufaddel says, “The reason we kind of jumped into it right now is because of the incentive Kidcreate was offering. We wanted to wait until December to open when we had a better picture of what would be happening with COVID-19. Our plans are still pivoted around that idea, but we’re decided to invest in our future. We plan on starting with the On-The-Go model in January of next year and then open our studio later in 2021. Overall, it was a great investment!”

        Like the rest of our art Franchise Owners, Muffadel and Fatema will enjoy benefits that other business opportunities simply cannot offer! For an investment range of only $108,800 – $261,350, our business model provides a variety of revenue streams for our Franchise Owners, which include classes and camps, On-The-Go, parties and events, and retail sales. In reality, owning a Kidcreate Studio is like owning four businesses in one, without the extra work or costs!

        Better yet, franchising with Kidcreate Studio offers freedom and flexibility that can’t be found anywhere else. Our Franchise Owners are their own bosses, meaning that they get to set their own schedules and work when they want to. They can spend more time with their families than the average career and take time off whenever they’d like. With independence like this, it’s no wonder that our Franchise Owners are some of the happiest people you’ll ever meet!

        Most importantly, however, owning an art franchise with Kidcreate Studio gives you a career that you can truly feel passionate about. Our Franchise Owners aren’t with us simply to make money. They feel strongly about art education and truly love what they do every day. They are more than just business owners. They are leaders in their communities and inspire creativity in their students on a daily basis. When they go home at night, they are truly fulfilled and feel a level of gratification that a corporate career simply cannot offer!

        So what are you waiting for?! As we move deeper into 2020, we are looking to spread the mission of art education to even more children across the country. But we can’t do it without our amazing Franchise Owners like Muffadel and Fatema! Leave your boring corporate career behind and bring art education to your community today. Visit our franchising site for more information.


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          Art Studio Franchise Owner Karen deWysocki’s Creative Path to Entrepreneurship

          Art Studio Franchise Owner Karen deWysocki’s Creative Path to Entrepreneurship

          Karen deWysocki is bringing our art studio franchise to Newport News, VA, and we couldn’t be happier! As one of our newest Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owners, Karen is setting her sights on opening her studio location within the next few months so that she can begin bringing her lifelong love of art to the kids in her community.

          A creative person at heart, Karen’s unique career path started with a love and talent for photography. “I started my professional life as a photojournalist with a BA in photography from RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology),” she shares. “I have a degree in photojournalism and American politics, and my goal was to be a photographer for a magazine or a well-known newspaper my whole life.”

          For ten years, Karen achieved her career goal of becoming a successful photojournalist, with her work even being published in such impressive news outlets as The Washington Post. However, there was a different path in store for her. “I really did think that was going to be my career for my life, but life takes turns,” she says.

          In order to meet her needs of a steadier work schedule and a higher salary to support her growing family, deWysocki transitioned into a corporate career selling advertising in the same news building where she had worked as a photojournalist.

          Though Karen enjoyed her new position selling advertising space, she still needed a way to fulfill her lifelong desire to express herself creatively.  “I think what is interesting about my past is that I started it with the sort of thought of being in that artistic perspective of creating,” she explains. “I always felt like I needed to be creating something in order to be happy.”

          Through a side position teaching photography classes at the local community college, deWysocki was able to keep one foot in the art world while she continued to navigate the corporate world. “The thought behind [teaching photography] was that I would sort of stay in the arts and be able to go back into it once my kids were older.”

          Once again, however, life had other plans. Karen went from advertising sales to business sales, wireless technology, and then corporate training, where she has been for the past 15 to 20 years, including 10 years as a team leader. This eclectic and unorthodox career path, says deWysocki, has led to the widespread accumulation of knowledge, from both the corporate and creative sides of the coin, that she feels will make her a successful Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owner. “For the last twenty years, I’ve progressed in corporate sales, marketing, and training positions and learned how to be a leader,” she notes.  “I was taught to think like a customer, but act like a business owner. I’m ready to invest in myself and build a successful business that matters in my community.”

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          How Karen Discovered Our Art Studio Franchise

          Karen’s entrepreneurial journey officially began six years ago, long before ever hearing about our art studio franchise opportunity, when she began thinking about starting a business from scratch. “I was looking for a business I could build, where I could create something that mattered to me and that mattered to the community. I think over time you learn, and you change, and this is the way I’m coming back to building something and creating something.”

          However, the considerable risks and obstacles associated with starting a business from the ground up were a cause for concern for Karen, leading her to decide that franchising was her preferred option for business ownership. “Every time I took a step forward there were too many things that made me step back,” she explained. “I made a decision that when I go back to that thought, I would do it with a successful franchise because it’s a built business, the risk is lower, I can bet on myself, with my skills, that I can make a good solid business plan work.”

          Once Karen decided that franchising was the best fit for her, she began searching online for opportunities that fed into her desire to own a business geared towards creativity. In Kidcreate Studio, she found just what she was looking for: an art studio franchise with a proven track record and a successful business model that inspired kids to learn art techniques through a fun, engaging curriculum.

          Though her Google search returned results for other creative-themed franchises, a quick comparison revealed that Kidcreate Studio was the best choice for deWysocki. One of the biggest draws of our art studio franchise model, she says, was having a dedicated space where class instruction takes place. “I know myself well enough to know that I needed a team- I need to work with people and I do best in leading a team, that’s where I’m happy. So I knew I wanted a brick-and-mortar and I wanted something that could be created in that place- I wanted to go to work.”

          Thanks to her years of experience in outside sales and corporate training, Karen was also excited by the sales-oriented aspects of owning a Kidcreate Studio. “Outside selling is something I’ve done for so long and I’m comfortable with it- I taught it, I know what to do- and I wanted it to have a component of [sales], and that is part of [Kidcreate Studio’s] business and revenue model.”

          Meeting our Art Studio Franchise Founder 

          In addition to feeling at home with our art studio franchise model from a business standpoint, deWysocki felt a connection with our Founder, Lara Olson, after hearing her story and meeting her via a virtual Discovery Day. “I admire Lara as a businesswoman and mother and how she’s built the business,” she says. “I could see myself in her and I understood her perspective and really admired what she’d done.”

          Karen was also encouraged by Lara’s hands-on involvement with the franchise and enjoyed seeing how dedicated our Founder still is to the business she created. “Probably the best part that I got from [Discovery Day] was confidence that Lara, as the Founder and owner, understands the business as she always did…she’s very involved,” she explains. “To me, being a leader, there’s a level of involvement and accountability and visibility that you need to maintain to keep a business healthy. I’ve seen it done different ways- I’ve seen it where owners and Founders step away and they think things are happening differently than they actually are, and I didn’t see that. I left that Discovery Day with confidence in the leadership. To me, that’s really important, especially if I’m investing in someone else’s business.”

          Keeping Art Education in the Community

          Besides her lifelong passion for art, deWysocki had another reason for believing that an art studio franchise like Kidcreate Studio would do particularly well in her community. The elementary school her children had attended, which had featured a robust arts education program among other well-rounded enrichment activities, was closing, and she saw an unmet need for art instruction in the lives of area kids. “I was a single mom all the while they were growing up, and that school played a very big part in their upbringing,” she recalls. “More and more, these schools that had [art education] are now closing because they can’t afford to stay open, so let’s find a way to make it affordable some other way.”

          The importance of art in education is a cause that resonates deeply with deWysocki, thanks to her background in an artistic discipline.  “I studied art and realize and appreciate the impact it had on my life and career,” she points out. By opening a Kidcreate Studio, Karen feels that she is fulfilling multiple goals by not only realizing her dream of owning a business geared toward creativity but also bringing an important, endangered resource- quality art education- back to her community. “I believe that art matters and I’ve learned that research agrees,” deWysocki says, referring to a number of studies that have been published showing the correlation between art education and children’s academic success.

          Looking Forward to the Future

          As Karen moves closer to realizing her goal of owning a business focused on creative pursuits, she looks forward to using all the knowledge and skills she has gained throughout her career to be a successful Franchise Owner with Kidcreate Studio. “My unconventional career path finally makes sense!” she says. “It led me to this new adventure.  I’m beyond excited to own a Kidcreate Studio and can’t wait to get started.”

          Owning an art studio franchise like Kidcreate Studio has helped Karen deWysocki strike the perfect balance between her dual passions for creativity and business, while also providing an essential, necessary function for the children and parents in her community. If you are thinking that you could similarly benefit from becoming a Kidcreate Studio Franchise Owner, we want to talk to you! Visit us at https://franchise.kidcreatestudio.com to take the next step toward your goal of creative entrepreneurship.

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            Own an Art Studio Franchise (Without Breaking the Bank)- LIMITED TIME OFFER

            Own an Art Studio Franchise (Without Breaking the Bank)- LIMITED TIME OFFER

            If you’ve been looking for the right opportunity to invest in your future by becoming an entrepreneur, now’s your chance to own an art studio franchise! For the first time in its franchising history, Kidcreate Studio is offering a limited-time incentive program for new Owner candidates who finalize their franchise agreements through June 1, 2020

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            In case these incentives aren’t enough to get you excited about investing in a Kidcreate Studio franchise this year, consider these points:

            Money Just Got Cheaper

            The Federal Reserve recently slashed interest rates, and they’re now the lowest they’ve been in recent history. Locking in these historically-low interest rates on an SBA loan can help you reach a total return on your Kidcreate Studio investment much more quickly than before, especially since the SBA is currently waiving the first 6 months of all payments on all new 7(a), 504, and Microloans small-business loans disbursed between now and September 27, 2020. 

             

            It’s a Tenant’s Market

            While the closure of numerous independently-owned small businesses has been an unfortunate side effect of the recent events in our world, this has led to a silver lining for new business owners seeking affordable real estate. We’re currently experiencing a “tenant’s market,” meaning that prime commercial real estate locations in neighborhoods across the country are cheaper to lease now than they’ve been in years!

             

            Parents Need You!

            The recent COVID-19 crisis did two things for supplemental kids’ education franchises like Kidcreate Studio: 

            1. It showed parents how necessary art education is for their children’s continued well-being and development.
            2. It showed parents how quickly their children can run out of ideas and become bored at home when there are no extracurricular activities available to them!

            We predict an upward trend in supplemental children’s education programs once they are able to resume their normal activities, especially as parents return to the workplace and need beneficial educational programming, like the type offered by our art studio franchise, to keep their children engaged prior to the start of the new school year. Kidcreate Studio is already filling the gaps left in kids’ education left by school closures through instructor-led virtual classes, take-home art kits, and online tutorials. Once we are back to our standard in-person class schedules, both in our studio locations and through our On-The-Go partnerships, we expect to see our class enrollment flourish!

             

            Time For a Change

            If you’re one of the millions of Americans who experienced a layoff or furlough during the COVID-19 shutdowns, perhaps your time off work allowed you to gain perspective on what you really want out of your career. Investing in a Kidcreate Studio art studio franchise accomplishes two very important goals that are high on many people’s lists: owning your own business and establishing a career that brings personal fulfillment. If you have recently found yourself at a crossroads but aren’t sure if finding another corporate desk job is the path you want to take, it may be the right time to take charge of your destiny and make an investment in your future by opening a Kidcreate Studio. If not now, when?

            Franchise Owner Makeeka Harris talks about how Kidcreate Studio’s support team helped her navigate the unprecedented events of COVID-19. Hear her story here.

             

            Invest in Your Future- Own an Art Studio Franchise

            Owning a Kidcreate Studio means changing kids’ lives through art. It means building a legacy for yourself and your family. It means making an investment in a historically recession-resilient industry that will always be necessary as long as people have kids who love to create! There’s truly never been a better time to own a Kidcreate Studio. Act now- the last day to take advantage of our special offer is June 1!

            For more information on the Kidcreate Studio franchise, click here.

             

             

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