Why Bach to Rock is Great for Investors
Bach to Rock offers a way to affect community, earn income
While we are a creative business, we pay close attention to analytics and unit-level economics and profitability. We’ve built our company to be a worthy brand that allows investors to give back to their communities, dramatically improve the lives of young people and explore the potential for a high rate of return on reasonable investments.
Consider: Your initial investment for a Bach to Rock school will probably be between $294,700 to $529,200, according to our 2020 Franchise Disclosure Document (FDD).
“I like the fact that Bach to Rock is a sustainable business. It’s rooted in an amenity for a specific community,” says Sameer Patel, who owns a Montessori school and built Bach to Rock locations in Bristow, VA & Fulton, MD. “Bach to Rock might not work in every community, but I think it would be very successful in many communities. I base this on seeing the kinds of activities parents and families are seeking for their kids.
“Bach to Rock creates structure around a fragmented industry,” Sameer says. “I think there is a lot of potential if it’s done well. The bottom line in any successful business or franchise is the ability to operate and execute efficiently.”
Bach to Rock is a good business to invest in based on our financial merits alone. The potential for you to do well is there, given the track record with our schools. The important thing is that if you love music, if you’re passionate about improving the lives of kids and if you believe the arts are an important part of our culture, this may be the perfect investment for you.
How big is the opportunity?
There seems to be more demand for music education now than ever, given that schools are not spending on the arts like they once did. Parents who value cultural education are willing to spend their disposable income on music lessons for their children. Our cost to acquire a customer is around $100, but the customer typically spends much more. Students enrolled in private lessons or band at Bach to Rock stay with us for an average of 70 weeks of instruction. Plus, there are other promising revenue-producing activities at Bach to Rock. About 20% of revenue at our schools comes from Bach to Rock music camps, birthday parties, DJ lessons and recording studio programs.
“Obviously these numbers will vary widely market by market, but in any five-mile area with the demographic we shoot for, people spend a lot of money on music education,” says Brian Gross, President of Bach to Rock. “In our fractured industry, there are very few brands that go after that.”
Our business model is scalable, profitable and perfect for the experienced entrepreneur who has a passion for music, education and enriching their community. If you like what you’ve discovered so far, please click the button below to learn more.