Kinder Care, a preschool learning centre established in 1987 in Delhi by Gayatri Nangia, an NTT trained professional and a pioneer in the field of pre-schools in India plans to enter franchising with
Kinder Care, a pre-school learning centre established in 1987 in Delhi by Gayatri Nangia, an NTT trained professional and a pioneer in the field of pre-schools in India plans to enter franchising with the expert guidance of Francorp. Francorp is a part of Franchise India Group, the Asia’s largest integrated Franchise and Retail Solutions Company and specialises in providing innovative solutions to its global clientele.
Kinder Care was built with the mission to create a stimulating environment to nurture skills and prepare a strong foundation in the formative years of students to make them self-reliant when they grow up to enroll into formal schools.
Kinder Care has the experience and the expertise to hold forth a learning environment through teachers to develop a child’s character with an individualistic and personalised approach that the tender kids demand. To cater to this effect, the curriculum is set carefully to ensure mental growth of tiny tots. The six main skills focused and developed at Kinder Care are physical, linguistic, creative, social, personal, and mathematical. The daily scheduled activities help building a strong foundation in language and reading skills. But more than anything else, Kinder Care endows with a home away from home experience. With the help of a well trained and caring staff, Kinder Care kids have taken part and won prizes in several prestigious inter-school competitions thereby making the school a well-known institution.
Commenting upon this association, Gaurav Marya, Managing Director, Francorp, said, “With the average income of the families on the rise, the play schools should see a reasonable increase in their turnovers as the parents would not stop at cost constraints to provide the best for their children. Currently, the pre-school industry in India is growing at 36 per cent annually and is poised to grow to USD one billion by 2012. With the market shifting towards organised players, it makes the pre-school sector a preferred destination for prospective investors. While education constitutes more than 30 per cent of the total franchising space in India, the pre-school services itself make up for more than 21 per cent of active franchising. The route of expansion through franchising is just perfect for pre-school, as they have well defined methodologies for success which serve as models for potential franchisees. We are looking forward to help them with their franchise model and roll-out plan for pan-India expansion programme and also provide marketing support, legal documentation and help with recruitment of franchisees.”
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