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Frequently Asked Questions

Q. What business qualifications does Shiny Pearls, Pune seek in its potential franchisees?

 A. We seek following qualities and qualifications, among others, in our business partners.

  1. Share the vision with us, to build a good and responsible citizen of India.
  2. Enjoy Working with Children
  3. Ability to manage finances
  4. Financial Resources
  5. A well developed Campus
  6. Dedicated Staff
  7. Commitment to the cause of providing a good quality education to children.


Q. How much space does it take to start a Indian Shiny Pearls franchise?

A. You will need minimum 1000 Sq.ft of space, including indoor and outdoor area. The space should be at ground floor with independent entrance, good ventilation, sunlight, attached washrooms etc. The bigger the space, better the chances of securing Shiny Pearls Franchise.

 

Q. How much does it cost to start a Indian Shiny Pearls franchise?
 

A. Typically a new preschool franchise will cost about INR 2,00,000/- to INR 10,00,000/- This cost would include the cost of ambience, Training, equipment and start up franchisee fees.


Q. What kind of training will Shiny Pearls provide to a franchisee?
 

A. Shiny Pearls trains staff of qualifying Franchisees in the Shiny Pearls curriculum and education method. We also guide franchise in business strategies for owning and operating a successful Shiny Pearl franchise. In addition to this franchisees also take part in our continuing skill enhancement programs.


Q. What is the availability of opportunities in my territory?
 

A. Please contact us to discuss the availability of Shiny Pearls Franchise opportunities in your territory. We make sure there is only one Shiny Pearl Franchise in any given territory.


Q. How much money will I make?

A. Every Franchise is a unique business. So the profit depends on lot of Factors like Location of Franchise, Facilities you provide, number of students you can accomodate and operating costs and the ability of the franchisee to manage and control the business.