Tag Archive: business owner

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    How a Corporate Job Prepares You for Franchise Ownership

    You’ve spent your career in a corporate job that gives you an income and predictability. But is that all you want out of your career? Have an idea you want to implement? Ask your boss. Need to take time off? Ask your boss. Want a raise? Ask your boss. Does your passion lie in working […]

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    Tips for Franchise Success in 2019

    The new year will be here before you know it. Whether you’re a seasoned Kiddie Academy franchisee or are considering purchasing your first franchise in the new year, this is when you should be focused on making sure you’re doing what you need to do to ensure the success of your business in 2019. “There’s […]

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    What I Like Best About Owning a Kiddie Academy

    There are many reasons why people enjoy being a Kiddie Academy franchisee, but for some, owning and operating a Kiddie Academy early learning school provides a level of fulfillment far greater than you might initially think possible. Every parent wants their child to succeed and be the very best they can be. From the time […]

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    Celebrating Freedom as a Franchise Business Owner

    Doing what you like is freedom, liking what you do is happiness. – Frank Tyger, Humorist There is a common thread between owning a franchise and what America celebrates on the national holiday of Independence Day: freedom. Our country was built upon the concept of individual freedom, and so is franchising! In fact, it’s one […]

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    Celebrating Franchisee Success for National Small Business Week

    National Small Business Week kicked off on Sunday, April 29, and continues through Saturday, May 5. Started by President John F. Kennedy in 1963, the annual celebration recognizes the small businesses and the contributions that they make to local communities and the national economy. The annual event is hosted by the Small Business Administration, and […]

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    Top 5 Non-Candy Halloween Treats

      Earlier this month, we highlighted a campaign let by the Food and Allergy Research and Education Organization (FARE) called “Teal Pumpkin Project” which seeks to raise awareness about the potentially deadly “tricks” in Halloween trick-or-treating for families affected by food allergies. With one in 13 children in the United States affected by a food […]

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    10 Signs You’re a Natural Born Business Leader

    While certain aspects of owning a business can be learned, many entrepreneurial tendencies are innate. The question is, are bosses born, not made? Kiddie Academy’s Vice President of Franchise Development, Greg White lists 10 signs to know if you’re a natural born business leader for The Franchise King, a website dedicated to taking the guesswork out of […]

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    National Small Business Week 2015

    Did you know that this week (May 4-8) is National Small Business Week?  Since 1963, the President has issued a proclamation designating one week each year as National Small Business Week.  Maria Contreras-Sweet, administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) explains, “National Small Business Week is a chance to honor our nation’s 28 million […]

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    Kiddie Academy Opens in Arlington Heights, IL

    Congratulations to Preeti Gulati, owner of Kiddie Academy of Arlington Heights, one of the newest locations for our educational child care franchise.   The Ilinois Kiddie Academy is hosting a carnival-style Grand Opening celebration on Saturday, April 11th. “Our well-trained, attentive staff assists children in developing the confidence and self-esteem necessary to meet the challenges of […]

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    Can You Be the Boss? Quick Quiz

    Every parent who’s faced the competing demands of work and home has yearned for the freedom of being their own boss.  The pressures of reporting to a superior while also juggling the day-to-day responsibilities of parenting can be the catalyst for starting your own business.   However, being in charge isn’t for everyone. Here’s a […]

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