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Young Chefs Academy Helps Franchise Owners Grow Business with Multiple Revenue Streams

Entrepreneurs can grow their children’s cooking franchise with an array of workshops, parties, camps and child and adult classes

Entrepreneurs seeking a business opportunity that allows them to generate revenue in a litany of ways should consider investing in a Young Chefs Academy franchise. We all have to eat, so think about how much America spends on food. 

Investing in our wildly popular children’s cooking franchise means you have more than one way to capture your share of it. At Young Chefs Academy, our curriculum is built to provide challenges from the youngest learners to teenagers in high school. Through classes, workshops, parties and camps, Young Chefs Academy takes kids into the kitchen and teaches them not only how to cook, but also how to work independently and as a team to master new skills. 

The best part? The ability to meet students where they are in their culinary journey means they are eager to learn, and are more likely to remain with a Young Chefs Academy franchise. The result? More predictable revenue for franchise owners. This includes adults, which creates another engagement opportunity that will generate revenue. Not only do many parents enjoy watching their kids cook, but they also enjoy participating. 

Scalability at Young Chefs Academy doesn’t just mean more kitchens and locations, it also means more program enhancements.  “The Young Chefs At Heart program was officially implemented into our core offerings after extensive research and evaluation based on the growing demand from the parents of our students.  Our main focus was to ensure that this addition would enhance the nucleus of our foundational mission to bring the joy and value of cooking to kids and teens across the globe,” says YCA Founder Julie Burleson.  “The Young Chefs Academy team uses collective data and evaluation to enhance our offerings and capitalize on the upward culinary trends in our world today.”children's cooking franchise

Why Now is The Time to Invest in a Young Chefs Academy

Americans’ love of food has brought them back to the kitchen with the rise of cooking shows and competitions, which has sparked interest across all ages. More than 400,000 people on average watch Food Network at some point during the day, according to popular blog 

As a franchise owner with Young Chefs Academy, whether you have experience or not, our seasoned team will set you up for success right from the start. This is why we have created a comprehensive onboarding platform that is not only informative, but also fun. For instance, a Young Chefs Academy must have an efficient suite of back-office support to thrive. Additionally, we will provide everything from robust training to guidance with personal branding and being educated on how to utilize various marketing tools to retain and attract new clients. 

“We are passionate about creating a solid foundation for a successful business,” says Jamie Skinner, Director of Franchise Operations. “That means helping that owner find the perfect location, and then helping them through permitting and getting a business license, setting up their bank accounts and all the things they need to open. Then we really dive into training, showing them how to operate a Young Chefs Academy, so they are comfortable and confident long before the doors open.”

A Young Chefs Academy franchise is an affordable opportunity that is easy to scale. There are many options that can control your start-up costs, including the size and location of your franchise. Our franchise owners can even consider the opportunity to expand their footprint to multiple locations in their market as they fortify their first location, creating a faster path to profitability. 

Learn more about the Young Chefs Academy franchise opportunity

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