Have you ever considered offering a perk to seal the deal and get that new client to enroll? No? Well, businesses use perks all the time to encourage customers to purchase. See how using the same tactic could help boost your childcare enrollment. Today I’m sharing some perks to boost childcare enrollment.[Read more…] about How To Use Childcare Perks To Boost Enrollment [INFOGRAPHIC]
To a provider, sometimes it can seem almost taboo and scary to consider raising their rates. In this post, we will set that fear aside and see when a raise childcare rates is almost mandatory.
Here I get into why after years of frustration and reluctance I finally realized that instead of selling myself and my business short, I needed to raise childcare rates.[Read more…] about This is why I actually was forced to raise my childcare rates
Ever notice how businesses charge extra for things? You know. Like if you need a package to be delivered sooner than the standard delivery. There is usually an extra fee for that.
Or if you exceed your limit. Like for banking or a credit card. Or even an extra channel on your cable service. You usually can expect to pay more.
Well, the same is true in our childcare businesses. More is more.
So today I’m addressing when it might be appropriate, no maybe even suggested that you charge extra childcare fees.
Fair warning, since I know that the notion of charging childcare fees can be such an unsure thing, this post is a deep dive. So grab a tea or latte and let’s get into it.[Read more…] about This Is When A Provider Should Absolutely Charge Childcare Fees
Ever wonder how a childcare tour went? You think it was great, but what did the potential client really think of your business? Well, today I’m sharing a way for you to easily find out just how that last childcare tour went. Not only that, this method has the potential to make your next childcare tour even better. Today I’m going to show you how to use a post-tour survey or questionnaire to convert childcare tours.
It is always a pleasure to share these pages with like-minded people. Usually, that is with my fellow providers and readers of this blog. But today it is my pleasure to introduce a contributing writer to Thrivingchildcare.com. Open a Successful Child Care Business
Denetra Scott is a respected friend, fellow childcare business owner, and coach. When she accepted my invitation to share her wisdom with my readers I was thrilled. I know you will be too.
For many providers starting their childcare in their home is just that, a start. I know many providers have a desire to move their business from their home into an outside setting. In this post, you will learn as Denetra gives a step-by-step process for taking your home-based business and transitioning to a brick and mortar childcare business.
So if you have been considering or even wondering what are the steps to move your childcare outside your home, this is the post you’ve been waiting for.