In recent times, tutoring has gained significant attention due to its resilience. Even in the height of the global pandemic, Success Tutoring launched two brand new centres; one in Wentworthville, New South Wales and Bayside, Victoria.
Here are some reasons why a tutoring Franchise is considered a resilient business model:
Risk of Uncertainty
When it comes to a tutoring franchise, the risk of uncertainty is eliminated. Education is always in high demand, so the target audience is always accessible. Plus, buying into an already established brand with a great reputation makes it significantly easier to appeal to new customers.
Success Tutoring already has an established base with significant brand awareness in the market. This enables you to operate efficiently and stand out from the competition.
Return on Investment
As an investor, franchises enable you to benefit from a record of success and proven methods. It’s important to note that entrepreneurs and investors seek opportunities that can generate great returns for them. They do not consider investments in those options that are not successful.
A tutoring franchise is actually a business model that enables you to obtain significant returns on your investment. You can invest in it and anticipate that you will obtain strong returns.
Proven Operating System
Another reason why a tutoring franchise is a resilient business model is its proven and effective operating system. It is quite important to note that with every new business, there is a need to determine and perform different operations until all suitable operations are considered. It does not only require a significant amount of money but also a lot of time.
Success Tutoring have developed a strong and proven operating system that features automation to make the operation the franchise seamless. We’ve adopted a ‘push to start’ business model that makes setting up and operating your own tutoring centre simple.
Education is always in high demand
So long as education is mandatory in Australia, there will always be a demand for tutoring. Tutoring is a necessary part of the education process if parents and students desire strong academic results.
Even in the height of the pandemic, students needed more educational support than ever before. This demonstrated how even through school closures and financial recessions, families still value education and prioritise it through difficult times.
Every business faces hardships, however the tutoring industry has proven time and time again that it can constantly withstand the obstacles thrown at it. From global pandemics to economic lows, education is still a priority for Australian families.