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How poor standards in childcare inspired a mum to build a franchise

17 April 2017, Inside Franchise Business
When you see the chance to fix a problem, why not grab it and build a business? That’s just what Debbie Pham did when she launched a childcare franchise.

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Children’s services franchises: Cherry Bridge Station

By Noha Shaheed, 05 September 2016

Debbie Pham, who heads up Cherry Bridge Station, says franchise territories are extremely important, and local area marketing key to franchisees sourcing customers.

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Why buying a franchise in the childcare sector could be a good business investment

By Nathan Stanogias, 11 June 2015, Inside Franchise Business

Debbie Pham, managing director of franchise chain Kids Korner [Cherry Bridge Station], believes that the growth of the childcare centre has been hyped by the media, and this has contributed to the industry experiencing exponential growth.

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Expert Advice: Buying a franchise? Consider lifestyle…

Cherry Bridge Station CEO, Debbie Pham, talks to Business Franchise magazine about the factors you should consider when buying a franchise.

This article appears in the January/February 2014 issue of Business Franchise Australia & New Zealand

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Kids Korner [Cherry Bridge Station] named finalist in marketing awards

Inside Franchise Business, 11 September 2013

Childcare franchise Kids Korner has been named NSW State finalist at the Australian Marketing Institute Awards for Excellence.

Debbie Pham, founder and CEO of Kids Korner, said “The best Brand Revitalisation category is a very tough one up against some big brands so to make it this far and be named one of three state finalists is a fantastic achievement.”

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Pioneer Childcare Franchisor Talks about Her Experience

By Joshua Campbell

Almost 10 years ago Debbie Pham was looking for prospective childcare centres in her area, she found too few of them measured up to her expectations. She saw there was a need for change – and she took it upon herself to facilitate it.

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