Franchisee Business Module (FAQ)
A: Normally MIC Franchise will cost you more than One Lac (25.000) rupees to become an MIC Franchisee and authorized training partner. This fee will include the cost of starting materials, set-up information and Registration charges etc.
A: On the initial stage the cost of acquiring the premises and computer, furniture and others will directly born by franchisee. If you are already running your centre then there is no investment is required.
A: The centre requires 600-1500 Sq. Ft. of carpet area to start at any floor. The property title should have legal permissions for running a computer training centre. The building should be neatly maintained and should have an environment appropriate for running an educational institute.
A: The Franchisee should be in the age group of 25-40 years, with at least a graduate degree. Engineers and people with an IT background will be preferred. We expect the Franchisee to be devoted exclusively to the MIC business.
A: MIC is not charging any royalty on your gross collections. The fees collected from students and other revenue sources will directly goes to franchisee account. MIC will only working on very nominal fees towards the student’s registration and examination fees.
A: We are proud to go through all our financials as part of Step 3 in our Expansion Face to Face Meeting and you can see out track record and how much profit you can and will make.
A: Take a look in our About You tab - there is a great check list of actions we know will ensure you succeed - our top franchisees follow these tips day in, day out and they are reaping the financial rewards big time.
A: We love training, many of the team are trainers in their particular field - in fact we are training mad! Have a look at our Training & Support tab and you will see you are trained at every stage of your development.
A: Not at all - whatever technical or marketing questions your clients ask the MIC Support team always have the answers and skills to back you up. You can therefore concentrate on getting in front of as many local businesses as possible to build your revenue.