Starting an education franchise might seem like an intimidating endeavor, and there is definitely some uncertainty that comes with any business venture. At LearningRx, we understand if you have some hesitation about starting a brain training franchise in your community, and that’s why our support team loves to hear from successful franchisees, so that we can pass those testimonials on to you. Hopefully these stories and recommendations from around the country can give you the confidence you need to take that first step toward franchise ownership.
Eric Welch – Flower Mound, TX
Eric is a former IT Project Manager, and managed teams of all sizes for over 20 years. After starting a LearningRx franchise in Texas, he found that our support team was always willing to help. Here’s what he had to say about his experience with our team:
“I can honestly say that the LearningRx team is one of the best!! They continually strive to provide superior support day-in and day-out. No request is too crazy or complicated for them…they’ll give you an answer quickly!”
Michael Ginsberg – Marlboro, NJ
Michael is a former Chief Financial Officer who has owned several businesses over the course of his life. When he was evaluating the LearningRx model, he asked the right questions before he made the decision to open an education franchise in Marlboro:
“[W]hen I was deciding about whether to open a LearningRx center, I not only spent time looking at the business model, but I also wanted to make sure that there was a solid level of support to help me along the way. I wanted to make sure that not only was there good initial training, but was there sufficient ongoing support to help me open my center, hire and train the right people, deal with ongoing marketing decisions, set goals, evaluate my performance, and give suggestions to “coach” me in the right direction.”
If you’re considering open your own location, take the time to read through the testimonials regarding our support team. If you have more questions, feel free to contact us right away!