How Much Money Can I Make in Children’s Resale Clothing?
The Kid to Kid children’s resale clothing franchise offers proven profit potential
You don’t grow to over 100 locations unless your children’s resale clothing franchisees are making an adequate return on their investment.
According to Item 19 of Kid to Kid’s 2023 Franchise Disclosure Document, our top quartile stores averaged $1,342,070 in sales and $197,698 in net income
Kid to Kid stores bring considerable value to their communities, and also support an attractive economic value proposition for our franchisees. Ultimately, how well you will do in business is entirely up to you, but as our franchise owners have proven, the sky’s the limit. Here are some highlights from Item 19 of our 2023 Franchise Disclosure Document:
High range of all stores
Top Quartile Average (Top 25% of Stores)
Second Quartile Average (Next 25% of Stores)
We are committed to helping you find success over the long term
Whether our franchisees are opening their first store or their fifth, we are committed to providing best-in-class support every step of the way. Our franchisees’ success is our number one priority, and we continually measure our progress based on the manageability, profitability and growth of their stores.
We also never view the world as static. Our success comes from constantly tweaking and adjusting our systems and processes to respond to changes in the market. For example, some of our recent success in sales growth was the result of buying more inventory. But buying more product meant more vendors to serve and more information to process. To keep on top of this volume, we developed “Q” — an i-Pad based software program that our customers use to check-in when they bring products into our stores to sell. With a few keystrokes on a touch screen, customers let us know when they have arrived and what they are selling. It speeds up the purchasing process and improves the accuracy of our records. Q has put a smile on the face of both our customers and the managers who run the stores.
We have also increasingly seen our franchisees looking for ways to expand their footprint beyond one store. As a result, in addition to helping our franchisees drive sales and profitability growth at the store level, we are also constantly supporting our franchisees in their efforts to develop and/or purchase multiple stores – including those of our sister company Uptown Cheapskate.
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