3 Our Advantages
At Wee Watch®, we pride ourselves in the fact that our customers entrust us with their most prized possession – their children. We carefully protect our image and reputation to help satisfy our customers’ concern for the safety and well being of their children in the most important early years of their development.
Wee Watch franchise owners grow their home childcare businesses within their exclusive territories using the best business and daycare management techniques available. The proven Wee Watch system simplifies every aspect of your business – from marketing and recruiting Providers to daycare programming and accounting. Wee Watch gives franchisees all the tools they need to build the child care business.
As a Wee Watch franchisee, you will be well prepared to start your business. Some of the tools you’ll be provided with that will give you an advantage over other in-home daycare businesses are:
- An exclusive territory
- Extensive training manuals for easy learning of a developed system
- Low overhead, in-home daycare franchise model
- No expensive real estate, long term leases or facility build out fees
- Low investment of $60,000 as compared to fixed locations that are in excess of $750,000
- The high-quality, exclusive “Wee Learn” Educational Program
- On-site visits, audits and safety inspection to strengthen the business
- More than 25 years of established marketing, advertising and developmental programs
- National/regional meetings to network with other franchise owners
- Electronic networking for efficient and rapid communication
I feel very fortunate to be doing a job I love within an organization I believe in. We have the best system in place to support and enhance the early childhood experience for the child, parent and family. With the support and guidance I receive from the Head Office, I am able to concentrate on the families and providers. It is a reassuring feeling to know I can just pickup the phone at anytime and receive the support I need.– Gayle O'Connor, franchisee since 2005