Brand: Mathnasium Childrens Education
Investment: $ 800.000
Mathnasium is one of the fastest growing businesses in franchising with more than 1,000 locations around the world. We will be awarding only one license for Master Franchisor rights for the country of Indonesia.
Start-up fees and working capital needed to manage Indonesia total approximately $800,000 USD. We estimate that Indonesia will accommodate a minimum of 65 locations. Indonesia Mathnasium Master Franchisor will collect an initial fee on each franchise sold and collect ongoing royalties on each franchise. They will provide their franchisees with training and support using our substantial existing systems and infrastructure.
We're offering a truly unique opportunity: exclusive country-wide franchise rights to one of the most successful franchises of our time. We are looking for one driven, passionate entrepreneur to seize the power of our expanding brand and transform the lives of thousands of Indonesia children. We will grant just one license, could it be yours?
More than 40 years ago, Larry Martinek, creator of the Mathnasium Method, was inspired to find a better way to teach maths. As a teacher in private and state schools as well as a father to a mathematically gifted son, Larry possessed a comprehensive view of maths education. Working with both advanced and struggling maths students, he identified a common theme in maths instruction – a vast disconnect between students’ learning skills and the curriculum they were expected to master. Larry had to find an approach that would provide students with the strong mathematical foundation they needed to succeed.
The solution would be to identify students’ current skill levels and propel them forward by teaching them maths in a way that made sense to them.
Larry assembled and developed a blend of methods and materials that had proven highly effective for students of all ages in his years as an educator. The Mathnasium Method was born. Instead of relying on memorisation and repetition, Larry’s approach focused on helping children build deep mathematical understanding through a combination of mental, visual, verbal, tactile and written exercises. His classroom experience showed that teaching children conceptually worked much better than standard repetition and allowed students to develop Number Sense a critical foundation for understanding maths. Above all, Larry’s methods made it fun. The children really wanted to be there and ran into – rather than away from the sessions. A first for maths education!
The approach was ground-breaking. Over the years, Larry expanded his work to develop a complete curriculum that spans both primary & secondary education. Larry’s son Nic provided insight into the mind of the student and gave his father’s work an extra dimension. Larry’s innovative materials found their way into classrooms and were often used instead of textbooks. Student test scores skyrocketed.
Larry opened the first Mathnasium Learning Centre in 2002 in Los Angeles, California. Since then, Larry’s work has taken on a life of its own. Today, Mathnasium is a global community with more than 1,000 franchised locations worldwide, teaching children maths in a way that makes sense to them.
Whilst the Mathnasium Model is all about a revolutionary way of teaching maths, the business model is equally innovative.
For the operation of the first centre/or as a sub-franchisee owning a single centre, the franchisee can be ‘hands-on’, or employ a Centre Director and operate the business as a management franchise. Upon opening the second, third, fourth, and more locations, being able to manage a network of centres becomes increasingly important. This is vital because outside of the USA, Canada, Hong Kong, Singapore, and UK; Mathnasium franchisees are country or regional partners and are required to develop multiple centres via direct ownership and/or sub-franchising.
All Mathnasium Learning Centres are located in distinctively-branded top-end/’High Street’ retail premises, giving parents the security of knowing that we are a permanent feature of the community, rather than a part-time shared- premises operation. Combining flexible membership packages, unscheduled drop-in attendance, homework help and regular progress reports, Mathnasium’s business model ensures that parents benefit as much as their children do. All of this has come together to create a unique business opportunity for franchisees.
With a clearly-defined, proven business model and over 20,000 pages of curriculum – tailored to suit each new market, Mathnasium’s team of educational experts ensure that franchisees achieve outstanding results in their centres, both in terms of student exam results and their own business success.
This opportunity, like most children’s business concepts, comes with great responsibility and requires strong management, business and leadership skills. In 2018, Mathnasium grew by over 100 learning centre locations and now two centres open every week. There’s a reason for that: our franchisees benefit from owning a truly rewarding business.
A new franchise business has start-up costs; including franchise fees, localization fees, open an initial learning centre, initial staff training, local marketing, working capital, and more. You can estimate the cost of one centre from the page above; however, the ideal partner will own more than one, and develop a network of sub franchisees. A multi-unit model is a larger investment than a single unit model, and our partners must have a minimum net worth of $500,000 USD. The total investment for an exclusive region/country range is from $400,000 USD to $3,000,000+ USD. The larger countries/opportunity require a larger investment. See www.franchise.mathnasium.com/investment
These numbers are not indicative of Hong Kong or Singapore, as we are actively seeking single unit operators. Here, a partner must have a minimum net worth of $150,000 USD.
See https://www.mathnasium.com.hk/franchise-hk/investment or www.mathnasium.sg/franchise-sg/investment
Franchise Models and Fees:
Depending on your geographic area, we have three (3) franchising models.
Franchise Models (by market)
• Unit Franchise - own and operate one or more Mathnasium learning centres in a city. Sub-franchising not allowed. o Hong Kong, Singapore, United Kingdom, Canada, United States
• Area Developer - own and operate all Mathnasium learning centres in a region of a country. Sub-franchising not allowed.
• Master Franchise – own and operate one or more Mathnasium learning centres in a region or an entire country.
o Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey
Initial Franchise Fee
The franchise fee varies depending on the market, type of franchise model, and the number of training centres the territory can support as deemed by Mathnasium. The larger the country/opportunity, the larger the initial fee. It will range from $35,000 USD to $2,600,000 USD.
Our franchisees pay a monthly royalty fee to cover the use of our curriculum, business systems, marketing assets, the Mathnasium brand, and more, as well as providing access to our support services detailed earlier.
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