Mom Corps

Mom Corps provided companies with top-tier professions, including many working mothers, that aren't found through traditional channels. Be a part of this rapidly growing staffing firm! Have it all with Mom Corps! Life. Work. Balance.

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What Does a Mom Corps Franchise Cost?

To buy a franchise with Mom Corps, you'll need to have at least $50,000 in liquid capital and a minimum net worth of $200,000. Franchisees can expect to make a total investment of $50,000 - $75,000. They also offer financing via 3rd party. *

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Financial requirements for this franchise:
Liquid Capital:$50,000
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Net Worth:$200,000
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Total Investment:$50,000 - $75,000
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Options available to Franchisees:
Financing:Via 3rd party

Franchisor Details

Facts about this Franchise:
Total Units:15
Incorporated Name:Mom Corps Franchise Company, LLC
Franchising Since:2008
Industry:Personnel Services
Subsector:Full Time/Temporary Personnel

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About Us

When selecting a franchise to invest in and grow, few opportunities present an in-home business with low capital investment in one of the hottest industries in America like Mom Corps. Partnering with an organization that traditionally performs well in both slow economies and boom times is a great opportunity, and the staffing industry is stable and growing—expected to reach $115 billion in 2012!

Like any corps or alliance, we are driven by a common purpose. Ours is to promote and provide flexible workforce options for senior-level professionals to progressive organizations seeking ways to retain top talent. Are we just about moms who need to make carpool? In short, no. As the category leader, we have a profound responsibility to move the conversation forward around alternative work options for all four working generations. To communicate that there is a better way for people to live a fulfilled life and for companies to run their teams.

But we do love moms. The alignment of professional and parent is the basis of our founding. CEO Allison O'Kelly discovered that the obstacles and challenges she faced as a working mother were commonplace, but no one could offer an alternative. She left her executive position in Corporate America, began consulting as a CPA to gain more flexibility, but in 2005 had an idea for a business—to create meaningful opportunities for a large community of professionals raising families and continue to serve clients with excellence. She wanted to fundamentally change the way companies approached their human capital strategies.

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Why Us

What makes Mom Corps such a strong franchise model? Our original mission of finding jobs for moms has evolved and continues to do so. Workplace flexibility is integral to the fundamental shift in how businesses operate today. Professionals in all demographics—Boomers and Millennials, men and women, parents and new graduates—are voicing their preference for work/life alignment with fervor.

At Mom Corps, we work with hundreds of clients from Fortune100 companies to small businesses. We have access to more than 80,000 candidates and are continuing to grow. With our franchise owners, our shared understanding and unified purpose are fundamental to improving the way professionals and organizations work.

Next Steps

Building on our early success, we are focusing on an accelerated yet intentional growth strategy. Mom Corps will add new offices in key cities across the country to serve more candidates and clients and continue to extend and enhance our brand reputation for the benefit of all our franchise owners. Request information today to learn more!

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Mom Corps is currently accepting inquiries from the following states:

Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Washington, D.C., West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming

Interested parties should have at least $50,000 in liquid capital to invest.

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* This information may have changed since first published. We recommend that you always verify fees, investment amounts, and offers with the business opportunity directly prior to making a decision to invest.