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What to know about Compuchild franchise? The franchise described in this Disclosure Document is for the operation of a business that teaches children in preschools, daycare centers, and other similar venues how to operate and maintain computers (the "Franchise" or the "Franchise Business"). The franchisee will offer various services, including but not limited to computer classes, birthday parties, and other events. The franchisee will also sell and promote computer-related products. The franchisee's primary customers will be parents of children aged 3 to 8, although the franchisee may also offer services to older children and adults. The franchisee will need to have basic computer skills and knowledge, as well as people skills. The franchisee should also be comfortable working with children. Some marketing experience would be beneficial. The franchisee will provide the necessary equipment, trained personnel, and marketing materials needed to operate the Franchise Business. The franchisee is responsible for complying with all laws and regulations applicable to the operation of the franchise, as well as any specific requirements of the franchisor. Compuchild is based in Dublin, CA. Scroll down to learn more!How much does a Compuchild franchise cost?Are you wondering how much is a Compuchild franchise? Before starting a Compuchild franchise, it is important to know the franchise fee, working capital and other costs required to start the business.The minimum investment amount required to open a Compuchild franchise is $19,900 and can go all the way up to $34,900. Keep in mind, you should also allocate additional funds to live off of while the Compuchild business ramps up. This can take as little as 6 months to over 2 years depending on the franchise opportunity. You should speak to at least 5 Compuchild franchisees to understand the true cost of opening the franchise and how long it takes to: 1) start a Compuchild business 2) pass break even 3) hit significant income.After (and if) you pass the point of earning significant income from your Compuchild franchise, there may be enough margin to hire a day-to-day manager and work less hours in the business.
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The franchise described in this Disclosure Document is for the operation of a business that teaches children in preschools, daycare centers, and other similar venues how to operate and maintain computers (the "Franchise" or the "Franchise Business")
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