Nancy Faunce, President and CEO of FasTracKids, said to me: “My friends ask me when am I going to retire. I don’t see it in my near future. I love what I do too much.” Nancy’s passion is echoed in the approximately 200 franchisees in the FasTracKids system.
One of the key satisfaction components within the FasTracKids system is our commitment to a blended bottom line. Impacting the lives of children and families by providing quality educational resources allows all FasTracKids franchisees to establish a double bottom line for their businesses.
“Double bottom line” seeks to extend the conventional bottom line, that measures fiscal performance—financial profit or loss—by adding a second bottom line to measure their performance in terms of positive social impact – Wikipedia.” Bizfluent explains this concept like this: Jeb Emerson coined the terms “blended value proposition” and “blended return on investments.” “Blended” includes more than financial considerations…” Read the rest of the article.
Dave Nagar, who has been a FasTracKids franchisee for over 15 years puts it this way: “If you have an interest in developing a kid’s learning ability…and also have an incredible opportunity to build a solid business for you and your family…It’s (FasTracKids is) an incredibly rewarding program.” Watch the video.
Clearly, it is possible to both do well and do good as a FasTrackids Master Franchisee. If you can see yourself building a team of conscientious and ambitious small business owners to embrace the concept of the blended bottom line, FasTracKids Asia is currently looking for Master Franchisees for the territories of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Macau and Japan. Click the button to begin: