Owning your own Children's Orchard business is probably more reasonable than you expected. You will need to have at least $50,000 available in liquid capital (cash, stocks, and/or bonds). Additionally, you will need to have a personal net worth of at least $500,000.
To help you to understand the total investment required to develop and open a new Children's Orchard business, we've listed the key budget line items below. Because of varying store sizes and regional factors that can impact certain expenses, we've provided you with a low and high range for each line item.
As you move forward and learn more about Children's Orchard, you'll be able to more closely determine the investment level required in your community to open a Children's Orchard franchise in your neighborhood.
1 Ranges in the initial investment can be attributed to numerous factors including the store size, level of debt, regional factors that can affect expenses such as occupancy, payroll, utilities, and media advertising.
2 The amount of working capital you will need varies widely depending upon the gross sales levels the business achieves once open, the expenses it must cover to "break-even", the amount of "off-season" inventory maintained, and other business decisions that vary from owner-to-owner.
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