Two leading industry experts Anna Learmonth and Sam Winter from Only About Children, a premium childcare company presented a comprehensive case study gleaned from being a part of one of the major players in the early childhood education sector.
Selling a childcare business can be a daunting endeavour as it can give rise to a variety of unique legal process and challenges. This is why it is imperative for vendors to have an understanding of the legal process, which can be broken down into six distinct stages.
As Australia’s specialists in childcare location research, Business Geographics work closely with some of Australia’s most trusted child care providers, along with various independent management groups, operators and developers. With over 15 years of experience and staff qualified in Geography, Economics, IT, Urban Planning, Business and Early Childhood education, we provide a range of consulting services to equip of clients with the market intelligence they need to help navigate the Childcare Industry.
So you have decided that it is time to bring your most valuable asset, your childcare centre, to market. While there could be a myriad of reasons that brought you to this decision, it is important for you to be aware of how to maximize your centre’s value and know how to best position your centre long before selling it.
Whether you are thinking of selling your Childcare Centre now or planning your retirement, the more accurate information you have, the more empowered you are to make the right decisions.
Ask any operator and they will tell you that owning a child care centre is hard work. So when you make that final decision to sell, you want to ensure that you get top dollar for all that invested time!
Industry expert, Broker and Centre owner himself Phillip Malek has helped hundreds of owners/operators achieve their business goals and this month has come up with 3 simple steps to get your Centre sale ready for the new financial year!
The occupancy levels of any Early Childhood Education centre are the lifeblood of your business. So improving your occupancy directly impacts on firstly, the financial performance of the business and secondly improves your overall return on investment when the time comes for you to sell.