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You might be wondering:

What qualifies me to own and operate a Small Hands Big Art studio?


That’s a big question that we delve into here. We’ll also spend a lot of time getting to know each other (over the phone, online meetings, and in person site visits) before deciding it’s a good fit for both of us!  We look for candidates who have a sound financial background and at least $75k in liquid assets.

What type of training & support does Small Hands Big Art provide?

Through our proven track record, we’ve built a sustainable business that has grown almost entirely by referrals and word of mouth. We believe that should be the goal of every Small Hands Big Art studio – to cultivate relationships with families in your community and retain a loyal student base. We work with you to market and grow your business so you have the tools to make that happen!

How long does the process take to open a Small Hands Big Art studio?

There are a lot of factors that contribute to the timeline between signing the Franchise Agreement and opening day! Finding the ideal studio location could take some time, so starting the scouting process as soon as possible will speed up the timeline.

Does Small Hands Big Art help with funding?

No but we can refer you to third party funding companies for the best financing and capital solutions for your needs to help fund your Small Hands Big Art franchise.

Do I have to be actively involved in operating my Small Hands Big Art studio?

Absolutely! We are looking for passionate entrepreneurs who have the time, skills and financial resources to build a successful, profitable business. Your personal vision, leadership, creativity and style will be essential to the success of your studio!

Does Small Hands Big Art help me find a studio location?

You’re going to have to do the legwork and market research to select the perfect studio site for your market, but we will be very involved in the process, consulting with you every step along the way, performing location analysis, and being available to your commercial real estate broker throughout the LOI / lease negotiation process. Once we’ve approved of the site and the terms and conditions of your lease, you will be able to sign the lease agreement.

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