Networking Helps the Helen Doron Educational Franchise Beat the Recession Blues
The success of the Helen Doron Educational Franchise Group during these challenging economic times is based on a dedication to rock solid educational values, and the ability to deliver a dynamic franchisee networking system.
(PRWEB) -- Networking is at the heart of the Helen Doron Educational Franchise model, and a very large part of its worldwide success. Networking provides the key for Learning Center Franchisees looking to promote their business locally, and is fundamental to Master Franchisors working to expand on a regional level. Networking is crucial for National Coordinators, operating a countrywide operation with high growth potential, and at the same time, it provides a life-link to the thousands of Helen Doron teachers around the globe.
The Helen Doron Early English leaning system, offers children from 3 months to 14 years, a fun, lively learning environment to stimulate language absorption, and the emotional and cognitive development that goes along with it. In 1985, British-born linguist Helen Doron founded her first Learning Center - training others in her exclusive methodology. Her method caught on fast, and within a short time, the original network of specially trained teachers grew into a vibrant international franchise operation. Today, the Helen Doron Educational Group has approximately 3,000 active teachers worldwide, with Learning Centres located in over 32 countries on four continents and is growing fast.
"The real magic of networking for the Helen Doron Educational Group is in the ability it gives us to establish an intimate rapport on an international level, creating a vital two-way bond that enables both sides to do business with people they know, trust, and care about." says Helen Doron, CEO and founder of the Helen Doron Educational Group. "I believe that the support we give our Franchise Partners, Master Franchisors and Learning Center Franchisees gives them the best chance for success - ultimately ensuring our own success."
Helen further explains the importance of networking and support in her company. "Franchising fits our company ethos like a glove. Our customer support system is as important to us as our learning system, and we are continually upgrading the service we offer our franchisees. We support them every step of the way with comprehensive business training, on-going support, conferences, seminars and workshops, plus marketing and promotional tools. Our international networking system is something special, with a dedicated group of customer support managers our franchisees can really depend on."
Helen concludes, "Networking continues to evolve at Helen Doron with a highly organized international support system that's always there for franchisees whenever they need it, including their own personalized real-time information database. We also provide a kaleidoscope of networking opportunities for teachers through forums, blogs, podcasts, mini-sites and newsletters. Teachers and franchisees always have a place with us to pose questions, exchange views, swap creative ideas, give and receive feedback, and make new friends amongst the many others around the world who have made the Helen Doron Educational Group their chosen vocation."
Today, many franchise business experts are using networking tools to explain and improve franchisee-franchisor relationships. Developer of the Franchise E-Factor strategy, Greg Nathan, demonstrates the needs and perceptions of franchisees through a six-stage progression of mindsets, which he believes will lead to optimal success, and bases much of his wisdom on networking relationships.
The Helen Doron Educational Group stands at the forefront of innovative educational systems since 1985, providing exclusive learning programs and quality educational materials for babies, children and adolescents the world over. Our quality educational programs include Helen Doron Early English and MathRiders for inspired learning in small groups; Polly the Collie, Super-Nature and Ready Steady Move! designed for larger groups (kindergartens and schools). The Helen Doron educational franchise model invites entrepreneurs to join a successful business operation that benefits children around the world.