List your daycare in any local directories of child care providers and participate in parenting events in your area, such as maternity and baby fairs, or kid-friendly community events.
Run a social media campaign focusing on your target population.
In this article, we're going to cover the six key elements of a successful daycare business plan.
Writing a business plan for a daycare is a big task, but due diligence and hard work at this stage will inform the rest of the process.
Are you a early childhood educator with a passion for working with children?
Do you have a strong interest in maintaining cultural heritage amongst youngsters?
The exercise of detailing out exactly what child care services you’re offering will help you shape a clear plan for your daycare business.
You might want to write some goals or even a mission statement, outlining your daycare or child care center's purpose and motivation.
You can also find the same example in the Business Plan Writer, our free online tool that guides you through the process of starting your business.
Just select “Education/child care/child enrichment” as your industry when you register. Futurpreneur Canada’s Start-Up Program takes your passion and turns it into a reality.