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Broadcast in Business: Bette Fetter and Stan Friedman Talk Franchising

Broadcast in Business: Bette Fetter and Stan Friedman Talk Franchising

Young Rembrandts believes families can have it all. Rewarding careers, financial stability and a full home-life with kids, travel and flexibility. 

Bette Fetter is the Founder and CEO of Young Rembrandts. She is also the author of Being Visual: Raising a Generation of Visual Thinkers!  Bette’s life’s work has been focused on the importance of creative arts and visual learning in children.  Her true passion for kids, art, teaching and creativity, is what helped Bette launch a $35 a week part-time hobby into a multi-million-dollar, international franchise business. 

Today, this mother of 4, tells us how "life balance" contributed to the growth of this 100-unit, International franchise system.  With franchisees successfully operating in 28 states, South Korea, Germany and the Middle East, she has Young Rembrandts geared up and positioned to begin growing the next hundred locations.  Primary geographical targets include the US, Canada, China and India. 

Bette Fetter shares her passion, her story and more about her journey, this episode of Franchise Today. Listen for free by clicking here.

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About Young Rembrandts:

Since 1988, Young Rembrandts has taught the power of drawing to children.  It partners with day care centers, pre-schools, elementary schools and community recreation centers to supply or augment the existing art program.  Young Rembrandts teaches drawing, the fundamental skill of all visual arts to children aged 3 ½ to 12.

The proprietary method and step-by-step curriculum dispels the myth that art is a talent a child has or doesn’t have, and demonstrates that art can be learned by all children.  Children taught using this method develop increased patience, discipline and focus as well as a host of artistic skills such as art history, drawing and art skills, and expanded creativity, imagination and confidence.

Learn More at www.YoungRembrandts.com




Bette Fetter
Founder and CEO of Young Rembrandts and Author of Being Visual
BetteFetter.com


Bette Fetter
Founder and CEO of Young Rembrandts and Author of Being Visual
BetteFetter.com
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