The Sproutz franchise enables self starters with a passion for childcare to run their own day play school with the backing of a highly progressive brand with global standards. First Sproutz unit was set up in 2019 and the concept is ready to be franchised in 2020 after getting outstanding response from all over.
Our Goal is to provide the very best nurturing early years education and care for each child. We use the best pedagogical approaches to nurture our Foundation Stage.We have designed a child centric framework,taking nothing but the best from widely appreciated global practices to encourage purposeful play and lots of hands-on activities to promote personalized learning.
There are two different ways of becoming part of the Sproutz franchise network. Some franchisees prefer a hands-on role and become heavily involved in the actual childcare from day one, while others prefer the investment opportunity provided by this brand, recruiting a team of staff to handle the day to day running of the play school.
Once the Sproutz franchise team has helped the new investor find the right premises, the company then supplies all the equipment, training and guidance for an entrepreneur to get started.
There are additional costs incurred when opening a play school, of course, and the total investment will vary depending on the size and location of the premises, the terms of the lease and condition of the building. Allowing for working capital for the first year or so, the likely total investment is usually between Rs 1400000 to Rs 2000000.
Franchise territories are available throughout India, UAE and neighbouring friendly countries.
The franchise opportunity offered by Sproutz has the potential to be extremely profitable .
As for the wider benefits to franchisees, the childcare sector is extremely rewarding on a personal level, with every day being different. Parents who visit Sproutz centre are impressed by the company’s robust approach to childcare and friendly, knowledgeable staff.
The key to success with this franchise is in maintaining high standards across all aspects of the business. Consequently, Sproutz Centre are equipped with sophisticated CCTV security, biometric entry systems, air conditioning and high quality dietary provisions – making them stand out from the pool of local play schools.
Franchisees receive all the training, support and guidance necessary to get their business up and running.
Initial training covers daily operations, childcare techniques and how to market the business, while Sproutz head office team work with franchisees to develop a tailored business plan, help them find premises, locate staff and find target group.
Franchisees continue to receive ongoing support for both themselves and their team once the play school is open. The experienced managers/coordinators from KB Eduventures LLP help new franchisees initially in operating the play school day to day, while the company’s specialist commercial advisers assist with managing and growing franchisees’ businesses. Franchisees also have access to an outside agency for advice on HR and health and safety issues.
An access to Sproutz proven systems, with its comprehensive training and support, franchisees also receive all the furniture, books and games required to open a play school. Also part of the franchise package is a cutting edge information and communications technology system, which consists of an interactive screen and four tablet computers; CCTV and biometric systems; a website; and uniforms.
Yes. On top of their initial investment, franchisees are required to pay a monthly management service fee of 15% (plus GST) of turnover. The management service fee is paid to the franchisor in order for it to provide ongoing support and training, legislation updates, marketing materials and equipment maintenance.
Childcare enables parents to work, keeping valuable skills in the workforce, and encourages children to do better at school, narrowing the gap between disadvantaged children and their peers. So it’s no surprise that the demand for early education and childcare remains high globally.
In business terms, early education and childcare provision is a growing sector,
Driving this growth is the fact that in urban areas around 65 per cent of mothers of children under five are in either part time or full time work and the realisation of the importance of good early years education to a child’s future development.
Reach out to us through our website or social. Media handles. Our franchise recruitment team will be in touch. If you like what you hear, you’ll be invited to meet the team.
Areas of the business discussed in more detail will be the financial implications of becoming a Sproutz Centre franchisee and the earnings potential of the franchise opportunity.