First Cut 4 Kids

2018 Costs & Fees

Liquid Capital Required:$90,000 - $175,000

First Cut 4 Kids Children's Hair Salon Franchise Information:

Child-focused businesses are BLASTING OFF!

According to Entrepreneur Magazine, child-focused businesses are one of the top four opportunities in 2005. Over the last few years, the children's retail and services sector of franchising has started to really take off with a boom, making First Cut an out-of-this-world opportunity!

Why Franchise & Why First Cut?
  • On-Going Training & Support
  • Complete Operations & Design Manual
  • Site-Selection Assistance
  • Successful Design & Merchandising Concept
  • Protected Territories
  • POS Inventory Control System
  • Proprietary Product-Line
  • On-Going Product Research
  • Name Recognition And Image
  • Purchasing, Advertising & Leasing Power Obtained Thru Strength In Numbers
  • No Prior Industry Experience Necessary

Why Should I be a First Cut Franchisee Instead of Opening an Independent Salon?

When you own a First Cut Franchise, you join a family of entrepreneurs who want to stay focused on their customers, and utilize a professional organization to do the administration, vendor contracts, computer support, and research and development. As a franchise owner, you have an established system of operation from the moment you open your salon. You receive customized training and have access to experts with years of experience in the industry so that you don't rely on your own trial and error. You also become part of an organization that has national name brand recognition. With a strong franchisor, you have been someone working on your business while you work in your business. Hair cutting is a year-round, recession-proof industry.

Hair continues to grow and people will continue to get haircuts regardless of the state of the economy. Hair care is an estimated $40 billion industry, with 10-15% of that comprising the childrens sector. That is an estimated $4 to $6 billion!

One more thing to consider...

First Cut is an all-cash business. When a customer receives a haircut or buys hair care products, they pay right then and there. There are no receivables to worry about. And haircuts are a repeat business - your customers will come back every four to six weeks, helping your new salon grow quickly.

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