We are proud to announce that Helen Doron, CEO & Founder of the Helen Doron Educational Group, was chosen as the 4th most Influential Businesswoman in Franchising 2020: Support & Mentorship. This latest accolade follows the prestigious 2020 Global Franchise Mentorship award and the 2019 Best Children’s and Educational Franchise award. As with our previous
EFL careers are attractive for a variety of reasons. For someone with a mastery of English, who enjoys working with people, and wants to travel, being an EFL teacher
Next to buying a home, taking on an educational franchise is probably the largest financial commitment you will ever make. That’s why you need to be 100% happy
Global Educational Franchise responds to increased demand for children’s English language courses in Chile, joining Ecuador, Mexico and Peru. Arica, Chile April 10, 2018 Helen Doron English launched its first learning centre in Arica, Chile in March. The Centre’s first group of educators successfully completed their Teacher’s Training Course in Lima, Peru— together with a
Next to buying a home, taking on an educational franchise is probably the largest financial commitment you will ever make. That’s why you need to be 100% happy with your choice of a franchise and your ability to make it work. You may think that a franchise is a ready-made business that guarantees success. While
Considering a local franchise versus an international franchise? Take some advice from a global leader who started as a home-based business. “What if…?” Many businesses have started with a moment of inspiration. But not all have succeeded. Having made the transition from a home-based business teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL), to an international
Most franchise buyers carry out due diligence before deciding to invest in a franchise. But while it can help you uncover a great deal about the franchise you’re planning to buy into, and the company’s reputation and track record can go a long way to assuaging any doubts you might have, there’s simply no replacement
Starting a business when the economy is bad or the political situation is unstable doesn’t seem to make sound business sense. The immediate gut reaction is: That’s too risky. Take the chance of starting a business now, when the economy is shaky and we don’t know what’s going to happen next? Yet in our business,
Having spent more than a decade in the educational franchising sector, I’ve met many potential franchisees eager to enter this burgeoning market each with their own experience and personality. I often recall my meeting with a gentleman who had previously been a franchisor for a well known brand of car tires. Looking for a new
Buying an educational franchise is a lot like getting married. There is a great deal you need to know before you say, ‘I do.’ After all, you’re making a long-term commitment which requires a large investment. Just as you spend time and energy learning about your life partner, so too should you invest in learning
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