Learning Rx Child Franchise Named a Top 10 Education Franchise by Franchise Rankings
Award-Winning Education Franchise Learning Rx Receives New Ranking for Best Child Franchise
The independent guide Franchise Rankings has named LearningRx personal brain training a Top 10 Education Franchise for 2017. The evaluation criteria are based on five factors: growth prospect, marketing support, training, ongoing support and value.
The announcement comes on the heels of the personal brain training franchise being listed under Entrepreneur’s 10 Hottest Franchise Business Categories for 2017, on Small Business Trends’ “20 Education Franchises that Could Be Smart Business Opportunities, and listed as a Top 10 Franchise by Franchise Gator. LearningRx has garnered countless awards and accolades, including ranking on Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500, Franchise Business Review’s Franchisee Satisfaction Award, Franchise Gator’s Top 10 Fastest Growing Franchises, Franchise Times’ Top 200 and rankings on Bond’s Top 100 Franchises and Franchise Grade’s Top 500 for Lowe Investment Risk, among many others. In addition, LearningRx’s franchisee satisfaction (NPS) rating is one of the highest among franchise systems. About 80% of its executive team members have Certified Franchise Executive credentials. (The average franchisor has less than 5%!)
The award helps further distinguish the one-on-one cognitive skills training company from an industry sometimes confused with “brain games.” LearningRx programs are based on 35 years of research and input from a team of psychologists, educators, speech and language pathologists, and occupational therapists. With 95,000 students having graduated it’s brain training programs, LearningRx has plenty of data for independent researchers to study its unique cognitive training methodology and results. The company also has a website dedicated to anecdotal, real-life results: http://www.learningrx.com/reviews/.
Learning Rx is a great child franchise for anyone that wants to make a real difference with a small business.
TANYA MITCHELL, CHIEF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT OFFICER