Maybe you’re a mommy who can’t find the perfect childcare center to trust your little one with, or maybe you’ve noticed a need in your community for quality childcare. Whatever your launch point, you’ve made the big decision to leap into the childcare business--and we applaud you for that! This should prove to be a rewarding and successful venture if you approach the planning process with a few tips in mind.
Technology in early childhood education?? Don’t our little ones already see us glued to our devices and screens enough? Don’t they already get exposed to too much technology too soon? We more than understand if you’re skeptical. But hear us out.
Two weeks ago we made our inaugural trip to the annual National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) conference & expo in Orlando. What an inspiring & collaborative experience! The theme of this year’s event was “The Power of the Profession,” which absolutely captured the spirit of the impressive people, sessions, and organizations involved.
You’ve made the big decision to start a daycare business. Whatever your reason, whether you’re a childcare professional with a vision or a parent who sees a need, you’ve got your work cut out for you. First things first though, you’re going to need a business plan.
If you're planning on opening a daycare, the first thing you'll need is a daycare business plan. Whether you’re a childcare professional with a vision or a parent who sees a need, you’ve got your work cut out for you. To successfully launch your center, you’re going to need a comprehensive daycare business plan.
You’ve made the big decision to start your own childcare business. Whatever your reason, whether you’re a nanny with a vision or a parent who sees a need, you’ve got a complicated and arduous task ahead of you. Arm yourself with the right information, develop a clear plan, and stay organized. Your success will depend on careful management of the process from start to finish.