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RoboThink’s General Manager, Danny Park, is our guest this week on the How To Buy A Franchise Show. Just when you think there is already a franchise for everything, yet another brand comes along to provide a unique service.
RoboThink is based on the STEM curriculum, training students in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Targeting kindergarten through 6th graders, the RoboThink curriculum is specifically designed to be intuitive for children. Instead of just seeing their work on an iPad or computer screen, RoboThink provides robotics that children can program.
To build their clientele, franchisees network with local schools, libraries and park districts. They offer after-school events including workshops. Winter and summer breaks are especially successful times for RoboThink franchisees because they can sponsor day camps where they teach the children for two to four hours daily. Park says marketing is the greatest challenge for franchisees. However, today’s parents want their children to learn through STEM, and as they discover RoboThink, and similar companies, the marketing should get easier.
This franchise has two different models: one for the work-at-home franchisee, and another that includes a retail location. You can acquire a home-based RoboThink for $40,000 to $60,000, while it costs twice as much to open a retail unit.
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This post was written by Dr. John Hayes