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BusinessKids is a program for very young entrepreneurs, in which they learn to develop business ideas through play.


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What is BusinessKids?

 

BusinessKids is a program for very young entrepreneurs, in which they learn to develop business ideas through play.

 
Philosophy:To encourage and build entrepreneurial skills in children in a playful and creative environment, which promotes entrepreneurship, teamwork, self-esteem, love for work, proactive behavior, community service, environmental protection, saving and money awareness.
In BusinessKids we teach children that good businesses are more than just a source of wealth, thus creating in them a real social conscience. BusinessKids teaches kids to be entrepreneurs with a sound set of values.
Objective:Teach children the first steps to run a basic, within reach business so they grow up to be confident and knowledgeable entrepreneurs, who trust their ability to achieve any goal.
Concept:Courses divided into 22 subjects that bring kids into the business world through play and creativity.
 


Services:
  • Summer Courses
  • Afternoon lessons (during the school CYCLE).
  • Weekend Thematic Workshops.
  • Trips and excursions that encourage entrepreneurship in children.
  • Courses and consulting sessions for parents.


Activities and Games: The BusinessKids program is based on activities, games, interactive classes, short sessions with PowerPoint, presentations and videos.


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How BusinessKids was born?

 
BusinessKids is an offspring of Comercio Internacional Mexicano S.A. de C.V., a Company specialized in executive training. After several years of working with entrepreneurs, we realized that most of the students enrolled in the entrepreneurship programs and seminars had something in common: fear of undertaking their projects. We analyzed that a 90% of adults not coming from entrepreneur families does not consider starting a company, or has fear of possible obstacles or outcomes. In some cases, these adults decide to try and carry out their projects, but they abandon them as soon as they face difficulties, perhaps when they see their money running down the drain or when the market is not answering as they expected. On the other hand, when a child grows up in an entrepreneurial environment –families where the father, mother, both or other family member are entrepreneurs- , he learns that risk, challenge and ups and downs are part of any business, so he will not be afraid when he starts a business as an adult, and he usually follows through a long-term project.

BusinessKids was born to teach children the necessary tools to become entrepreneurs, such as self-confidence, self-esteem, leadership skills and sales, creativity, financial education and customer service, among many others. Teaching children to undertake their own projects is to plant a seed in them that will eventually bloom into a committed sense of challenge, social conscience and fruitful entrepreneurship.
The idea of being an entrepreneur with a sound set of values is one of the first steps to change the world for the better.

Most businesses do not survive the first two years; entrepreneurs abandon their dream even earlier just to return to a comfort zone, namely being someone else’s employee. The lack of entrepreneurial training leads them to disappointment when they realize their expectations are not met in the short term. It is possible to learn to be a successful entrepreneur, and to understand the mechanisms that lead to effectively undertaking any project and seeing it through, drawing on innate creativity in order to overcome obstacles that will surely arise in the business consolidation process.

Entrepreneurial education makes a difference.

Childhood is the most creative stage of human beings: all our great dreams and ideas emerge when we are little. If we encourage kids to make their dreams come true, giving them the adequate tools to do so, we will have confident individuals who will have the necessary knowledge and social conscience to be the new kind of entrepreneurs this world needs.

BusinessKids educates those future leaders and entrepreneurs that will be the driving force of change!

Types of Franchises

Requierements:

  • Entrepreneurial experience and/or related studies (economic administrative careers, Industrial Engineering, Psychology, Education, and the like).
  • Commercial office area, corporate office building or home room with specific land-use.
  • Excellent location.
  • Area of 100-150 m2.
  • Available area for an office, 3 classrooms and a free area (interior or exterior).
  • Electric power, water, and proper drainage services.
  • At least one phone line.
  • Broadband Internet
  • Guaranteed Security.


Basic Franchise:

Schools, educational institutions, kindergartens, consulting and training companies, small and medium-sized enterprises and organizations that already have the necessary equipment and furniture can purchase our Basic BusinessKids Franchise, comprised of:

  • A BusinessKids center supported by more than 15 years of experience educating entrepreneurs, and more than 5 years of successfully working the concept with children, in cooperation with a team of psychologists and consultants.
  • Use of brand in the specific location where the franchise confers the registered trademark BusinessKids license, already positioned.
  • Authorization and approval of facilities.
  • Consultant assistance during first classes.
  • Job profiling and recruitment support.
  • Strategies for initial advertising and prdromotion.
  • Counseling for the inaugural event.
  • Training
  • Intensive support during first month of operations.
  • Ongoing assistance during the validity of the franchise contract.
  • Initial printed promotional material.
  • Electronic files and printed material for activities and games.
  • All materials and supplies for a given period, whether summer or regular semester.
  • Exclusive activities developed by the BusinessKids team.
  • Operations manuals including operational, administrative, and franchise image key aspects, as well as a games and activities implementation manual.
Profitability:
  • BusinessKids Basic Franchise price includes whats is mentioned before.
  • Royalties: None.
  • Franchise renewal (annual): tecnical data.
  • Recovery Period: 7 to 9 months.
  • The profit margin and the period of recovery are estimated based on projections, which do not represent any legal commitment.


Turnkey Franchise:

BusinessKids offers a profitable and fun business with large profit margin, and an attractive return on investment that also encourages family life.

  • A BusinessKids center supported by more than 15 years of experience educating entrepreneurs, and more than 5 years of successfully working the concept with children, in cooperation with a team of psychologists and consultants.
  • Use of brand in the specific location where the franchise confers the registered trademark BusinessKids license, already positioned.
  • Furniture, minimum technical equipment (6 computers, a printer, 2 iPads, 1 projector), and decoration for a five area center.
  • Preoperational guidelines and support.
  • Authorization and approval of facilities.
  • Support for facilities search in your area.
  • Architectural consultancy.
  • Commercial office equipment.
  • Consultant assistance during first classes.
  • Job profiling and recruitment support.
  • Strategies for initial advertising and promotion.
  • Counseling for the inaugural event.
  • Training.
  • Intensive support during first month of operations.
  • Ongoing assistance during the validity of the franchise contract.
  • Initial printed promotional material.
  • Electronic files and printed material for activities and games.
  • All materials and supplies for a given period, whether summer or regular semester.
  • Exclusive activities developed by the BusinessKids team.
  • Operations manuals including operational, administrative, and franchise image key aspects, as well as a games and activities implementation manual.
Profitability:
  • BusinessKids Turnkey Franchise price includes all of the above-mentioned items.
  • Royalties: None.
  • Franchise renewal (annual): see tecnical data.
  • Recovery Period: From 9 to 12 months.
  • Does not include remodeling costs, such as area divisions, carpentry, flooring, bathroom furniture, finishes, etc.
  • The profit margin and the period of recovery are estimated based on projections, which do not represent any legal commitment.
 
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Educational Program

 
BusinessKids I (Undersanting Concepts)

Enable children to become acquainted with business terms, through games and activities, and in an appropriate language according to their age.

BusinessKids II (Business Project)

Define and personalize each participant’s business project. At this stage there is a follow through of the BusinessKids 1 Program subjects, focusing on developing personal projects with learning activities and games. Consultants work with children both in groups and individually.

BusinessKids III (Special Programs)

Encourage the development and subsequent implementation of individual business projects via:

  • a) Parent education and counseling.
  • b) Trips, excursions and special events that will enhance the learning experience of children.
  • c) Weekend seminars on specific business and targeted issues.
  • d) Legal and psychological counseling for parents in order to have a thorough understanding of the process and be an effective support for their children.

 


Subjects:
  • Entrepenurial Development
  • Defining my Vocation
  • Administration
  • Creativity
  • Design
  • Computing
  • Teamwork
  • Learning to Sell
  • Learning to Shop
  • Marketing and Publicity
  • Producing my Ideas
  • Human Resources
  • Emotional Intelligence Development
  • Finances and Money Awareness
  • How to Invest my Savings
  • Leadership and Self-Esteem
  • Communication
  • Public Relations
  • Global Thinking
  • The Value of Serving
  • Coaching
  • Ethics and Values
  • Ecology and Environmental Care

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Tel.: (55) 56 15 91 07 (55) 56 11 38 61

Nextel: (55) 20 98 93 51

e-Mail: direccion@busineskids.com.mx