3 Tips For Starting A Successful Child Care Business (2023)

3 Tips For Starting A Successful Child Care Business (2023)
Start A Child Care Business

Want to start your own child care business? Here are some tips you should know:

Learn more about starting a child care business:

Where to start?

-> How to start a child care business?
-> How much does it cost to start a child care business?
-> Pros and cons of a child care business

Need inspiration?

-> Other child care business success stories
-> Examples of established child care business
-> Marketing ideas for a child care business
-> Child care business Instagram bios

Other resources

-> Blog post ideas for a child care business
-> Child care business quotes

We've interviewed thousands of successful founders at Starter Story and asked what advice they would give to entrepreneurs who are just getting started.

Here's the best advice we discovered for starting a child care business:

#1: Kristy Bickmeyer, founder of Twinkle Toes Nanny Agency:

We chatted with with Kristy, founder of Twinkle Toes Nanny Agency ($/month). In our interview, Kristy says:

What works today may not work tomorrow. And what works in Florida may not work in Idaho. Adaptability is key.

Additionally:

My first clients were recommendations from families for whom I had previously nannied. The word of mouth spread like wildfire and we took off.

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#2: Becka Klauber Richter, founder of Helpr:

We chatted with with Becka, founder of Helpr ($/month). In our interview, Becka says:

As you journey forward in your own business ventures, remember that your passions are critical for the longevity of your business, but equally as important is your ability to be flexible and move with whatever curve ball life may throw.

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Pat Walls,  Founder of Starter Story
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