Take a Look At The Numbers

The cost to invest in a Launch franchise delivers a great balance between investment and opportunity. Becoming your own boss, improving the lives of children and getting paid to do it – that’s a pretty amazing reality.

As with any new business, there are startup costs that include setting up a center, an initial marketing campaign, and other one-time expenses. This will vary by geographic area.

Investment Table Summary

Expense Item

Low Estimate

High Estimate

Initial Franchise Fee

$26,100

$44,000

Leasehold Improvements

$62,500

$187,500

Fixtures, Furnishings & Equipment

$12,500

$37,500

Architect/Engineering Fees

$3,000

$9,000

Business Licenses & Permits

$1,000

$3,000

Computer and Point of Sale System

$750

$2,250

Initial Inventory of Product and Supplies

$2,500

$7,500

Rent, Security Deposits and Utility Deposits

$5,000

$15,000

Insurance Deposit

$1,500

$4,500

Training Expenses

$2,000

$6,000

Grand Opening Advertising

$5,000

$15,000

Other Professional Fees

$1,750

$5,250

Total Estimate Investment*

$123,600

$336,500

*Franchisees should expect to allocate another $50,000-$100,000 of operating capital for the initial months of operations.

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How we are changing the world?

Here at Launch Code After School, our classes emphasize applicable computer engineering skills that propel children to become creators and not just consumers of technology.  Alternative approaches only offer fun, but shallow educational excellence.

Even if kids don’t pursue a STEM career, they’ll learn critical skills such as creative problem solving, logical thinking, and working in a team-setting that will give them a leg up in school and beyond..

CONTACT

(512) 337-6624
3801 N Capital Of Texas Hwy Bldg D-Ste 130. Austin, TX 78746

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