MindChamps’ super-deal for first 10 franchisees

By Sarah Stowe | 22 Jan 2020 View comments

A brand new franchise buyers’ offer is putting theatre right at the heart of kid’s education.

Hollywood A-lister Hugh Jackman’s former learning space, the Actors Centre Australia, has partnered with early learning group MindChamps to create kids curriculum and the specially-developed children’s program can now become an additional revenue source for MindChamps franchisees.

To kick-start the new association, the educational franchise chain has launched a Pioneer Program for the first 10 franchisees who join the MindChamps group in Australia.

MindChamps is a premium provider of child care and long day care services, underpinned by learnings in neuroscience, child psychology and theatre, so the partnership with ACA makes perfect sense.

New MindChamps’ super-deal

The MindChamps super-deal gives franchisees the ability to use the ACA Kids program in their preschool centre. This delivers two benefits: it allows them to maximise their investment returns by utilising the space at weekends. The theatre program is also expected to serve as a lead generator for the preschool business.

The first 10 franchisees to sign up to the offer will enjoy an all expenses paid trip to Singapore to be trained by MindChamps founder David Chiem and visit the Singapore operations.

What’s required from franchisees is a passion for making a difference to children’s early years. The early-learning centres offer education and enrichment programs for children up to six years of age; the so-called ‘educarers’ undertaking up to 200 hours of compulsory training and accreditation which ensures children are nurtured by highly qualified and engaged teachers.

It’s a business model well-suited to mothers with young children and its flexible working hours match work-life balance with high earning potential – depending on the size and occupancy of the centre.

Franchisees also need to exhibit strong business acumen and outstanding leadership skills.

The new two-brands-for-one deal has already attracted interest from potential franchisees.