EduCADD’s business model is based on a win-win situation wherein both, the franchisee and the parent company, EduCADD, benefits from the relationship. We ensure profitability for our franchisees. EduCADD is student’s preferred choice when it comes to CAD education.And is also very well known among the corporates as CAD training service provider.
Opening of the centre depends upon availability and reediness of the premises. Normally it varies from 15 days to 45 days.
A franchisee needs to have 1 Centre Manager, 1 Counselor, 1 Placement Officer, 1 Marketing Executives, 1 Outdoor Sales Manager (Business Development Manager), 3 Trainers.
The franchise fee varies depending on the classification of cities. For details on the same, kindly refer to our Franchisee Project Report.
The licensing fee varies depending on the classification of cities. For details on the same, kindly refer to our Franchisee Project Report.
No Royalty business.
More than 30% of our existing partners are not from CAD background and they are successfully doing the business because of the strong support system of EduCADD. All new partners are called for a comprehensive hands-on induction program in Bangalore before they start the business.
The minimum available floor space varies depending on the classification of cities. For details on the same, kindly refer to our Franchisee Project Report.
The minimum infrastructure requirement varies depending on the classification of cities. For details on same, kindly refer to our Franchisee Project Report.
The number of centers would solely depend on the demographics and the market potential. EduCADD will decide on the number of centres based on various parameters.
There is no set distance for this. The decision solely remains in the hands of EduCADD based on the population of the Target audience, the market potential and various other factors pertaining to that geographical location.
20-25% profit on the total turn-over can be expected during 1st Year of Operation.
EduCADD will support the center in the recruitment process by evaluating the skills and upgrading the skills.
EduCADD will provide
There could be several reasons for this. Maybe the center does not have the necessary resources (counselor, sales executives etc.) to drive more registrations. It could also be that the center might not have a proper lead tracking system in place to keep a track of the enquiries and leads and chase it up with them accordingly. It could also be that there is very little potential in that area.
No. This has to be taken care by the center itself.
Every centre is virtually managed on day to day basis by a cloud based application “EduCADD Centre Management System” (ECMS) which is also a paperless office which can be efficiently manage end to end day to day operations
EduCADD consistently participates in SEO, SEM activities and print media PAN India as a brand building activity. However local area marketing activities will be taken care by respective EduCADD partners.
EduCADD will be, periodically, providing marketing collaterals, centralized buying of media. Also during the peak season of CAD training business, EduCADD conducts CADD DRIVE event PAN India to help partners generate more revenue. HO will also initiate lot of activities during this period.
Yes, EduCADD does support franchise with genuine software licenses to ensure they are software compliant and safer from piracy and software audits for a hassle free business
In order to maintain consistency in business EduCADD offers its partners with multiple revenue streams. Kindly refer on Return On Investment (ROI) sheet for more clarity.
Why Information Technology?
Global cybercrime costs are projected to grow by 15 percent per year over the next five years, reaching US$10.5 trillion annually by 2025, up from US$3 trillion in 2015. The imperative to protect increasingly vulnerable digitized businesses, Internet of Things (IoT) devices, and consumers from cybercrime will skyrocket global spending on cybersecurity products and services to US$1.75 cumulatively for the five-year period from 2021 to 2025, according to Cybersecurity Ventures. Cybercrime costs include include damage and destruction of data, stolen money, lost productivity, theft of intellectual property, theft of personal and financial data, embezzlement, fraud, post-attack disruption to the normal course of business, forensic investigation, restoration and deletion of hacked data and systems, and reputational harm. Every IT position is a cybersecurity position and every IT worker, every technology worker, getting involved with protecting and defending apps, data, devices, infrastructure and people from this catastrophe. With this the world will have 3.5 million unfilled cybersecurity jobs by the end of 2021 and this opens huge opportunity for Cyber security related training and certifications.
The Indian interior design market was valued at USD 23.2 billion in 2020, and it is expected to reach USD 38.2 billion by 2026, registering a CAGR of 7.4%, during the period of 2020-2026. Rising income levels, urbanization, faster adoption of new trends through social media platforms displaying interior design trends, the growing popularity of smart homes, and changes in lifestyles and standards, have contributed to this growth in India’s interior design market. Increasing investments in real estate in commercial properties in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities. India is expected to become the world’s third-largest construction market in the near future. Additionally, the enormous volume of construction work, with a significant rise in the co-working space and building of public infrastructure and new generation homes and infrastructural elevations are driving this growth. All these project a huge potential for Interior Design professionals and architects in India in days to come.