Investment

Investment

Becoming a franchise owner requires an initial investment. The following is a chart that showcases the initial investment needed to open your own Your Kid’s Urgent Care franchise, including costs on the low and high ends.

As part of your investment with Your Kid’s Urgent Care, you will also be granted an exclusive franchise territory.
An exclusive territory is generally considered a major selling point in a franchise system and typically is part of the negotiating process in what a franchisee asks for in the buying stage. Your Kid’s Urgent Care will be offering exclusive territories of up to 100,000-population. The demographics for new units and territory models will follow that of the current corporate locations in Tampa and St. Petersburg, Florida (with a median household income of less than $40,000).
A third party may be brought in to run demographic studies of potential new markets.
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