Yearly Archives: 2013

  • From the Blog:

    Small Firms Expect a Big 2014 … according to the WSJ

    Three out of four businesses said they expect better sales in 2014, and … red tape as their biggest headache, for the first time since June 2008. And, we agree with the Wall Street Journal! The pundits at last concur with what we have been seeing – small business owners are quite optimistic and we […]

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    Top 5 Franchise Industries to Watch … #1 is Child Care!

    Entrepreneur has spotlighted the child care industry as one of the Top 5 franchise industries to watch. The explosive demand for quality care seems to be an ongoing trend, if not a reality! And, of the 5 industries highlighted, only one allows for a flexible, Monday-Friday schedule … a happy business! The article states that […]

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    Kiddie Academy in the News!

    Check out this great article featuring a quote from Kiddie Academy’s own Richard Peterson on separation anxiety in babies and toddlers!

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    Infographic: Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World

    Kiddie Academy’s marketing team has a comprehensive program designed to increase awareness for the brand and support our franchisees.  Here’s an infographic that’s part of a campaign we just launched to coordinate with the holiday gift-giving season.  It’s designed for social media sharing via Facebook, Twitter, blogs and the like. Courtesy of: www.kafamilyessentials.com If you’d […]

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    Kiddie Academy featured in “Road Trippin’: Tips for Traveling With Toddlers”

    A road trip can be one of the most exciting adventures a family will embark on together, and will help create memories that will last a lifetime. Traveling with toddlers, though, can be a challenge. Even if you have the most well-behaved toddler, expecting your child to sit still and occupy himself for the duration […]

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    Kiddie Academy in the News!

    Kiddie Academy recently pitched an article on the value of Family Volunteering and have already seen a lot of great pickup of the piece! You’ll see a screenshot below of the article in The Examiner.com as well as some additional links where the article was picked up. The corresponding national release was also picked up […]

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    Watch this aerial from the Kiddie Academy of Flushing Grand Opening Celebration

    Kiddie Academy of Flushing Grand Opening – aerial view What a lovely celebration! Held on October 19th, our franchisee hosted the opening of Kiddie Academy of Flushing with great fanfare. Stay tuned for more openings!  

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    Kiddie Academy® Promotes Generosity for Family Volunteer Day

    “Today, families are finding new ways to spend time together-and volunteering is one way to do just that. It can benefit a child’s psychological, social and intellectual development through new learning experiences and the development of new skills,” says Richard Peterson, vice president of education for Kiddie Academy® Child Care Learning Centers. “Volunteering together as […]

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    Local Kiddie Academies featured in Google TV ads

    Marketing support is a key reason why many entrepreneurs choose to work with a national franchise company rather than striking out on their own.   A recognized brand like Kiddie Academy with an experienced marketing team can be a great asset to a new franchisee.   Here’s one example of a Google TV Ad that […]

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    A Growing Need for Quality Preschool Education

    Recent headline-making studies are providing additional reasons to consider starting a new childcare franchise with education-focused Kiddie Academy. Growing evidence supports the need for high quality preschool education, prompting response from lawmakers with programs such as the Race to the Top fund. Here are some highlights of an article by Motoko Rich published in the […]

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