Mathnasium Franchise FAQs



Mathnasium is one of the leading companies when it comes to tutoring students in math in the education industry. There are over 330 locations worldwide, with a new location opening each week. To invest in your own Mathnasium franchise is relatively economical and could be an excellent investment, as well as the start of a helpful and profitable new career. Check out some of the FAQs about opening your own Mathnasium franchise, below.

WHAT INVESTMENT IS REQUIRED?

The investment range in a Mathnasium franchise is $9,950, with a franchise fee of $9,950 and necessary liquid capital of the same amount. For this, 389 franchise units are given. Financing is available, as are deals for different investors, like military veterans.

HOW MUCH MONEY WILL I MAKE?

Mathnasium franchises vary in profit and much of this is based upon the location the franchise is set up in and how good the franchise is at marketing to parents, schools and students. So keep this in mind when you are in the early stages of investing in this franchise opportunity—is there a market for a Mathnasium in the location where you want to set it up?

WILL I RECEIVE TRAINING?

Yes, all Mathnasium franchise owners will receive training on how to properly run their franchise. A team of professionals will help your Mathnasium Learning Center get properly set up and then provide ongoing training and updated materials whenever you need it.

WHO WILL BUILD MY LOCATION?

Mathnasium’s corporate offices will help to coordinate this with you and local contractors in the location you decide on for setting up your franchise. This will vary from place to place.

WHAT LOCATIONS ARE AVAILABLE?

As Mathnasium Learning Centers are set up every week and have more than 330 locations worldwide, a franchise location could be set up just about anywhere. Talk to a member of the Mathnasium franchise team about what available locations are in your ideal area.

Author:.

Sarah Snyder is Content Writer for Several Companies.

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