Do you have plans to expand your Child Care Business? Don’t know where to start? Are you afraid of what comes with Business growth?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above. I want you to know that I once had plans to expand my Business. I didn’t know where to start and I was afraid of managing more employees.
Today I want to tell you this…The best days of your Business will come as you step out on Faith and do what fears you the most.
During the entire month of March, I will be coaching on the topic of Business Growth. After all, I have successfully expanded my Business and my Child Care Business is still growing.
Most of all, I will be sharing my story with the members of My Mentorship Progam and providing the members with Business Growth strategies.
If you have a dream of expanding your Child Care Business? It is time to move in the direction of your Dreams!
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Much Success to you!
Do you have plans to expand your Child Care Business in the near future? Are you afraid of expansion? Don’t know where to start?
If you answered yes to the questions above, this post is for you!
As you may already know, I expanded my Family Home Child Care Business into a Center in 2003 and in 2014 I expanded again!
My Dream Location!!
On December 1, 2014, I moved into my Dream Location. 6,000 square feet with a large playground and very large classrooms. I could not have asked for a better location.
As I went through the expansion, many providers asked me How I did it. In fact, the top question that I received was, How much did it cost?
Today, I want to share 4 Expansion tips that I believe are a crucial part of the expansion process:
1. As you apply for finances for the expansion, be prepared to issue (2 years) of financials or profit and loss reports to your bank or lender.
2. Be prepared to write a Lease proposal if you really want the building.
3. Before moving into a new location, check the license records on that location (if the building was previously licensed for childcare, particularly the enrollment numbers.) This is a great way to assess the need of the location.
4. Complete a start-up budget for full capacity and a budget that reflects being only filled to 50-60 percent of the capacity. This method will give you a realistic view of how much money the Center will make.
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Much Success To You!