Kumon started out as a means of Mr. Kumon to help his son improve his academic skills. He designed a training program that focused on improving student’s skills in two basic subjects: mathematics and reading. Kumon gives the students the opportunity to go beyond their current abilities through progressive exercise.
Investment Cost: minimum of P600,000
Investment Recovery: Depends on the student population and location.
People behind the company: Toru Kumon, founder of Kumon.
What the company does: Kumon Math and Reading, a Math and Reading Learning Center that now has a total of 192 branches – 191 franchised and 1 company-owned – nationwide.
When the company started: Mr. Kumon started his business in 1955.
Procedure: The following steps are for those who wish to open their own Kumon Center in the Philippines.
1. Attend the scheduled Franchise Orientation program at the Head Office.
2. Pass the math and reading tests.
3. Pass the interview.
4. Secure a suitable and approved location/site for a Kumon Center.
5. Attend the New Instructor Training and In-class Training.
6. Set up the Center.
7. Sign the Franchise Agreement and pay the franchise fee.
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