Ranked #1 in category and #6 in the Top Ten of Entrepreneur's entire Franchise 500® list, Kumon offers you an emotionally and financially rewarding way to help kids succeed. With excellent training and support, we even offer up to $36,000 in incentives to help you get started!
To buy a franchise with Kumon Math and Reading Centers, you'll need to have at least $70,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $150,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $74,428 - $156,590. *
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Eligibility criteria: Please note, to be a Kumon Franchise owner you must have a bachelor's degree, proof of U.S. citizenship or permanent residency and be available to run your center day-to-day (no absentee owners).
For 60 years, Kumon kids have mastered math and reading through an ingeniously devised system of worksheets. Highly trained Kumon franchise owner/operators have guided them, creating successful community minded businesses.
What happens as kids advance through the Kumon Math and Reading Program? They develop traits for success such as resilience, perseverance, and vision. No other program creates the same critical lifelong success habits. It’s habits like these that have parents enrolling multiple kids and telling friends and family about their kids’ success.
We’re here to support you from your very first request for information, offering a system of success supported by training, materials, and marketing to drive your business.
All applicants need a bachelor’s degree and either citizenship or a green card, in addition to meeting the liquidity requirements of $70,000 and net worth requirements of $150,000.
Beyond that, we look for people who have a desire to develop relationships with families in their community and to see kids succeed, not just in math and reading, but in life.
“The satisfaction that a Kumon instructor gets from helping students is really indescribable. there's no feeling like it when a student comes in that might be struggling, and you can turn their whole educational outlook around. For any potential franchisee out there that is apprehensive, I would just say go with your heart. If you love kids and you want to help kids, then Kumon is a perfect place for you.”
– Greg, Kumon Owner and Instructor
“Being a Kumon Owner and Instructor has provided me an opportunity to really be a significant influence in somebody's life. It’s not just business, you’re really part of a bigger network, you’re part of a family. And Kumon has been very successful in helping us come together as one.”
– Charlotte, Kumon Owner and Instructor
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Interested parties should have at least $70,000 in liquid capital to invest.