The FasTracKids Discovery Process is designed has been helpful for starting as well as experienced entrepreneurs to learn if the FasTracKids franchise opportunity is a good fit for their skills, experience and desired lifestyles.
An introductory conversation – Getting to know each other. At FasTracKids, we’re in the relationship business and that starts with getting to know each other. The first step is a conversation with a FasTracKids representative by phone or Skype so that we can introduce ourselves to one another. We’re interested in your background, your goals and your experience. We can then focus our subsequent conversations to provide you with the information you need about FasTracKids.
Program presentation – Explaining our purpose, mission and programs. Given our mutual interest, our next step is a presentation where we will provide you information about the purpose and mission of FasTracKids and give you an overview of our program portfolio. We also will show a sample of one of our FasTracKids lessons so you understand not only how we deliver our programs, but also why we use the multi-sensory learning approach.
Interview – Presenting your qualifications. At FasTracKids, we want to make sure that the business is a good fit for your skills and experience. You will present your qualifications (and if applicable those of your partners) to FasTracKids.
Business Presentation – Reviewing the programs.
At the end of this presentation you will understand more about the various opportunities available from FasTracKids. You will understand more about the investment, revenue, royalties and expense side of the business.
Conversation with FasTracKids’ CEO It is important from the top of the FasTracKids organizations to understand our franchisees’ goals for their business and their qualifications. During this conversation with FasTracKids’ CEO, you will have a chance to understand the company’s direction and strategy.
Franchise Agreement Review – Explaining the business in contractual terms. We will provide you with a disclosure document which includes financial information and business models, as well as the Franchise Agreement which contains the terms and conditions that apply to your franchise. You will want to review these documents in detail and we will have conversations to answer any questions that you may have. This is part of your preparation for the Initial Training.
Initial Training – Learning what it is like to operate a FasTracKids business
FasTracKids offers a unique opportunity to attend a day-and-a-half of Initial Training before -you and we- make our final decision. During this time, you will receive information on how to market and operate the business. At the end of this initial training we will make the final decision together whether to move forward with awarding the franchise. If the answer is yes, you will sign the agreement and finish the remainder of the Operations Training.
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Leverage your entrepreneurial spirit and make an impact.
FasTracKids is an award-winning innovator in early learning for young children. Started in 1998, our company quickly grew into 50+ countries and became one of the fastest-growing franchises in the world. Today, FasTracKids Enrichment Centers serve 120,000 children each year in 270 locations worldwide.
Worldwide education market is second only to heath care.
Proven Business Model
Combine your love for children with a business system that works.
You’re in business for yourself, not by yourself.
What makes this the right opportunity for you?
A FasTracKids Master Franchise could be the right opportunity for you if:
- You get satisfaction from helping children learn.
- You want to make a positive impact in your country.
- You have a great eye for identifying, recruiting and motivating talented people and holding them accountable for business results.
- You’re open to learning new skills and business systems.
- You have sales and marketing experience (or talent).
- You have experience with contracts, real estate and negotiating leases.
- You’re challenged by the idea of growing a business territory and the responsibilities of business leadership.