New Franchise Model – All About Kids

December 4th, 2010

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LIBERTY TOWNSHIP – In just five years, All About Kids Childcare and Learning Center has blossomed into a fast-growing Franchise business.

The company was founded by Jim Kaiser and his wife, Tracy, in 2005. It offers child care and education for children 6 weeks to 12 years old.

By mid-2011, All About Kids is expected to have seven locations in Greater Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky. There are five locations: Mason, Liberty Township, Montgomery, Green Township, and Union, Ky.

The Montgomery and Green Township locations are run by Franchisees, Kaiser said.

Two more Franchise locations are expected in 2011. One is scheduled to open in January in Loveland; the other is expected to open in May in Anderson Township. Kaiser said his goal is to open at least three new locations a year.

Kaiser, who spent 21 years with General Electric, recently spoke with reporter Jeff McKinney.

WHAT LESSONS DID you learn after changing professions?

I learned that there are business opportunities out there that will allow you to be successful. The key is to find a business that you enjoy and can work hard at to build a solid business. For me, child care and education provided that opportunity. After having four kids of my own and not being satisfied with some of the early education services they experienced, developing a high-quality child care leaning center was what I wanted to do.

WHAT DO YOU attribute to the rapid growth of All About Kids?

The success we’ve had with the business is based on several factors. They include hiring front-end staff and teachers that are educated and experienced in the field and providing state-of-the art buildings that include camera systems that allow parents to look in on their kids. We also provide early child care development programs that increase children’s social, emotional, physical and cognitive skills in a clean, safe and encouraging environment.

WHAT PROMPTED YOU to start selling Franchises for All About Kids?

I knew we had developed a solid business and successful business models that other entrepreneurs could use. I felt Franchising was the quickest way to grow the business.

The Franchise company makes money by being paid 5 percent royalty tied to the gross income of each Franchise company. That royalty fee is one of the lowest industry-wide.

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