MakerKids Franchise

Award-winning STEM programs on Coding, Robotics and Minecraft

MakerKids runs award-winning STEM programs on Coding, Robotics and
Minecraft. We use technology as a medium to help build confidence,
social skills, change-making abilities and a positive relationship with
technology. Kids have started businesses, won prizes from NASA, been
published in magazines, and had positive mental health outcomes. MakerKids was named the #1 franchise concept in the NextGen in
Franchising Competition at the International Franchise Association
Conference from over 400 entrants.

 To describe the franchise in one word: transformative 

- Target Market: Ages 6-13, including Special Needs students 

- Location-based + mobile business/satellite locations: owner to operate multiple satellite
locations e.g. at schools 

- Camps, After-School Programs and Parties 

- MakerKids® teaches STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) topics:
Coding, Robotics and Minecraft 

- Education/Curriculum: Proprietary Lesson Plans 

- Advertising/Marketing: Presentation Material & Templates 

- Online Parent Registration

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How much does it cost to open a MakerKids Franchise?

The investment required to open a MakerKids Franchise is between $152,750-$399,000. There is an initial franchise fee of $30,000 which grants you the license to run a business under the MakerKids name.

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Jennifer Turliuk is the CEO and founder of Makerkids, the first and largest facilitator of programs, camps, and parties focused on the idea of creation rather than consumption. Topics like coding, minecraft, and robotics are explored through fun and games, in hopes of encouraging more young people t...

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When did the first MakerKids open? 2013
When did MakerKids start Franchising? 2018

United States: Nationwide

International: Worldwide

Canada: Nationwide

- Five (5) days Training in Toronto, Canada
- Five (5) days On-Site Training
- Education/Curriculum: MakerKids® Lesson Plans
Options for additional training*:
- Internal Training with support and guidance from MK Training Team via Teleconferences, GoTo Meeting and Webinars
- Additional Training available at MK HQ in Toronto, Canada
- Additional On-Site Training available
*Please inquire about additional training.

- Advertising and Marketing: Initial supply of Presentation materials and Templates.
- Usage of proprietary Operations Manual
- Use of MakerKids® Name, Logo and Trademarks
- Annual training and workshop
- MakerKids new releases and new concepts

- Use of MakerKids® Name, Logo and Trademarks
- Presentation Material & Templates

Business Experience:
- Passion for working with kids - Thirst for knowledge - Glass half full mindset (60% optimist, 40% realist) - An Excellent Credit History - Leadership Skills - A Desire to Succeed - A Desire to Make A Difference - No past bankruptcies - No past criminal record - Willing to get out there and make sales - Persistence - Desire to listen, share and be compliant - Being happy is more important to you than being right - Customer-oriented Wait, I don’t know how to teach STEM! - Don’t worry. If you don’t have a teaching background, you can still excel as a MakerKids franchisee. In fact, the backgrounds of our ideal franchisees vary greatly – from engineers and accountants to teachers and homemakers, and everything in between. MakerKids franchise training was designed to level the playing field. We teach you all that you need to know about running a business that deals with STEM instruction.

To calculate how much income a franchise owner can do at MakerKids Franchise, may vary on factors like location, size etc., On the other side as a business owner your goals to maintain the quality of service while streaming sales high and expenses low. As any other franchise may include rent/mortgage, staffing/family, inventory supplies, utilities, administrative costs vise vera. Location to location and seasons the months costs may vary. Most franchises start up costs are typically fixed and they will cover most of the initial operating costs like signage, furniture, decoration and renovations.

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