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A. General FAQ


B. Franchisee FAQ

Q. What business qualifications does Kids International seek in its potential preschool franchisees?

A. The following qualifications, among others, are essential to be considered for a Kids International preschool franchise

  • Enjoy working with young children.
  • An innovative spirit and strong desire to succeed
  • The ability to manage finances
  • A willingness to personally devote full time and best efforts to the day-to-day operation of the Kids International Pre School
  • A willingness to complete a comprehensive training program and become proficient in all aspects of operating a Kids International School.
  • Financial resources
  • Committed to the cause of providing good quality education to young children.


Q. How much space does it take to start a Kids International preschool franchise?

A. For franchisee you will need to possess a minimum area of 1500sq feet (self-owned or rented) in a quiet, calm and pacific locality. The premises should be on the ground floor with an open outdoor area and an outdoor play area. The premises should also have independent access, attached toilet facilities and should be well ventilated. Preference will be accorded to independent houses with above mentioned minimum facilities.


Q. How much does it cost to start a Kids International franchise?

A. Typically in a new preschool the initial investment will be in the range of INR 5,00,000/-  to INR 10,00,000/-  The initial investment would be towards ambience and equipment costs and would include the startup franchisee.


Q. What kind of training will Kids International provide to a franchisee?

A. Selected franchisees will undergo an extensive training program on the business strategies for owning and operating a successful Pre-School. In addition to these franchisees and their staff members will receive initial and continuous training for the Kids International curriculum and the delivery method.


Q. How much money will I make?

A. Profitability varies depending upon a number of factors, including location, occupancy and operating costs and the ability of the franchisee to manage and control the business. Questions related to profit and loss are discussed during a later stage of the selection process.



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