Daycare Franchise

By Vanessa Rasmussen, © 2004, All rights reserved.

Parents will not cut corners where their children are concerned. They have set high standards for care and set out in search of a program with similarly high standards. Franchising is a proven method of distributing products and services. Franchising also is a great way to go into business for yourself because it provides the best of both worlds - - the freedom of owning and running your business, and the benefits of ongoing support of an established company that wants your business to be successful.

The commercial child care industry is currently generating annual revenues of more than $40 billion. The industry is expected to grow in excess of 9% annually, reaching total revenues of nearly $60 billion by 2005. More and more children under the age of 6 are in the care of someone other than their parents. Hence, daycare franchising is a good choice.

The following is a list of useful websites that can provide information about daycare franchising:

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