· * Finding a location,
· * to funding,
· * to marketing to get students,
· * collecting student payments,
· * putting money away for retirement,
· * determining which classes or programs to implement,
· * how to find qualified instructors for your programs,
· * And whether you’ll run the business or hire others to run it for you.
Each of these challenges as you can see require a special talent or level of expertise for you to be successful. There are already over 40,000 martial arts, karate schools and or dojos in the United States what’s going to make yours stand out from the rest? Each school or dojo deals with its own set of problems, so you as an owner have to determine which of these are most critical to the success of your business. But how does determine what’s critical to their business if they don’t have that expertise or skill? This can be handled a number of ways, they can hire that expertise or they can locate a system or business that’s already done all of the leg work that will allow them to benefit. When we think of systems most people think of franchises. Not everyone has a positive feeling of franchises but everyone is aware or knowledgeable of successful systems like McDonalds, and Krispy Kreme to name a few.
The question you have to ask yourself is, “why am I doing this”? Hopefully the answer is I want to have better control over my quality of life. There hundreds of thousands of individuals with knowledge, skills and expertise to follow a plan, a proven plan for that matter. Yet they continue to make the companies they work for even more rich and the owners wealthier. If you haven’t figured it out yet I’m talking about the benefits of buying into a franchise. Franchises provide individuals the opportunity to use a concept or business model to live a financially fulfilled lifestyle by following the blueprint laid out by the franchise system.
Purchasing a franchise system helps you first of all understand your competition, your target market who you should be getting or will be getting as customers through a targeted marketing approach and or campaign. Some franchises help you with the funding you need to be successful but of course you must meet their qualifications. What about a retirement plan, most corporations offer a 401K program that matches the first 5% you contribute that’s free money. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to offer that benefit to all of the employees of your business? This is even possible in the purchase of a martial arts franchise.
The franchise I would like to introduce that has a packaged a solution for all of the challenges listed in this correspondence is the National Martial Arts League Franchise. If you’ve ever wanted to own a business but have been faced with the challenges listed earlier or even if you are an already established martial arts, karate school or dojo and feel as though your growth has been stunted due to any of the listed items, it might be time for you to consider making the change and becoming a National Martial Arts League Franchise. You owe it to yourself to at least make the call.
The National Martial Arts League Franchise needs a few good men and women, so make the call and see what opportunities are waiting for you.