Daycare Business Plan
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How To Write a Daycare Business Plan & Example
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Daycare Business Plan FAQs
A daycare business plan is a plan to start and/or grow your daycare business. Among other things, a good daycare business plan will outline your business concept, identify your target customers, present research about the child care industry, detail your marketing plan, and provide your financial plan.
There are different types of daycare businesses that parents can choose from for their child's needs. A traditional daycare center is most sought after by working parents since it provides child care during regular work hours. There are also in-home daycare centers that are licensed to provide child care in a home setting with fewer children. Other child care centers provide hourly care services by trusted babysitters or nannies and are operating on an as-needed basis.
The primary source of revenue for a daycare business is its child care services.
Some key expenses for a daycare business is rent, salaries for staff, utilities and snacks expenses for the children.
A daycare business is typically funded through small business loans, personal savings, credit card financing and/or angel investors.