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Franchise: Eye Level Learning Centers

Initial Investment
LOW:$58,088
HIGH: $140,750
Change in Units
+3.4% +45 UNITS (1 Year)
+18.4% +211 UNITS (3 Years)

Ongoing Support
Purchasing Co-ops
Newsletter
Meetings
Toll-Free Line
Grand Opening
Internet
Field Operations
Marketing Support
Co-op Advertising
Ad Slicks
National Media
Regional Media

Training Onsite: 3-5 days

Training at headquarters: 5 days

Additional Training: Ongoing

Number of employees required to run: 2

About Eye Level Learning Centers

Established in Korea in 1976, Eye Level's tutoring centers-- located in more than 16 countries-- use a learning method developed by Dr. Young Joong Kang. The system emphasizes individual learning, adjusted to the performance level of each student.

Founded

1976

Franchising Since

1976 (41 Years)

Corporate Address

105 Challenger Rd., 2nd Fl. Ridgefield Park, NJ 07660

CEO

Jaesu Kim

Parent Company

Daekyo

Units (Locations)

Where Seeking Franchisees:
Franchisor is seeking new franchise units throughout the U.S. and in the following regions/states: See List

Financial Requirements

Initial Investment

$58,088 - $140,750

Net-worth Requirement

$150,000

Liquid Cash Requirement

$75,000

Ongoing Fees

Initial Franchise Fee

$20,000 - $20,000

Ongoing Royalty Fee

$29-36/subject/mo.

Ad Royalty Fee

$1/subject

Financing Options

Veteran Incentives


50% off franchise fee

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Updated: September 7th, 2017

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