Eye Level Learning Centers Franchise

Eye Level Learning Centers

Min. Liquid Capital: $50,000

Total Investment: $68,095 - $135,100

Net Worth Required: $150,000

Training Provided: Yes

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About Eye Level

Eye Level is an established global leader in the supplemental education and tutoring franchise sector, servicing millions of students in 17 countries around the world. Their proven, self-directed learning method encourages students to learn at their own pace. Students master concepts in English and Math by a small step approach. Not only do students master basic skills, but they also develop critical thinking ability. The Eye Level learning program delivers life-long benefits to students by building self-confidence and a love for learning. Those looking to start a successful educational franchise and really make a difference should consider opening an Eye Level franchise.

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Eye Level Franchising information

With projected annual revenues of over $102 billion by 2018, the supplemental and educational franchise industry continues to be one of the fastest growing franchise sectors. Eye Level is one of the top franchise opportunities in this category, offering franchisees single and multi-unit opportunities, protected territories, a superior product and unparalleled marketing and training support. Parent company Daekyo was founded in South Korea in 1976 by Young Joong Kang, PhD. His fresh approach to supplemental education quickly made Daekyo the top education brand in South Korea and led to global expansion under the Eye Level brand in 2003. Starting an Eye Level franchise gives entrepreneurs the rewarding opportunity to nurture problem solvers, critical thinkers and lifelong learners.

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