CHIP The Child I.D. Program Franchise

CHIP – The Child I.D. Program Franchise Information

CHIP – The Child I.D. Program is a franchise producing safety ID’s for children.  It was founded in 2001 by Marc R. Bakerman. What they want is to help parents keep their children safe and make it easier for them to find a missing or runaway child.

They know how parents panic when children gets lost that when they ask help from the police, they find it hard to give the information that the police needs to start looking for the child. If the parent has a Child I.D., they’ll just have to hand the card to the police and all the information they need would be there. They have also created a character named “CHIP” who’s a chipmunk and a cool father.  They use CHIP to teach kids about safety and they react better. The company is also looking into creating apparel and goods with CHIP on it as part of their marketing strategy. Their tagline is “Educate – Identify – Protect”.

What exactly do they do at CHIP?

In every CHIP, they have software: CHIPWare, that helps them take pictures and fingerprints of about 100 children in one hour which makes it easy for schools with a lot of students. They have put together the technology of Canon and Olympus to be able to take very high resolution pictures. When they take pictures, it is automatically transferred to the software without having to “save” it. This avoids mistakes on labelling or loosing pictures. They have also created software that is easy to use in capturing fingerprints without any mistakes. What’s even better is that when the Child I.D.’s are given to the school, there’s no need for them to assemble it because CHIP will do it for them. This saves them a lot of time. These Child I.D.’s are available in different products: CHIP Child I.D. Card, CHIP Refrigerator Magnet I.D., CHIP Backpack/Student I.D. Card, CHIP Disc™ The Digital I.D. Card, CHIP Band™ The “Next Generation” I.D. Bracelet, CHIP Keychain I.D., CHIP EZ Phone Card I.D. and CHIP Activity Book. Several information that can be found in an I.D. are information needed by the police to file a missing person report, photo of the child, vital information about the child, special medical needs in case of an accident, and emergency numbers.

Costs and Requirements Associated with Running a CHIP – The Child I.D. Program Franchise?

Expect to be investing about $10,000 to $15,000. The CHIP franchise fee is $10,000 to $14,990. This is for a renewable 5 year term agreement. This business can be run from home. You will need 1-2 employees to run one location. They allow absentee ownership and multi-unit ownership.

What’s included in the franchise package?

There will be three days training at the CHIP headquarters and at a current location. There will be a weekly one hour training by phone on marketing and information, weekly 30 minute technical training, regional seminars, and annual international training. You will be given access to the company intranet that has company updates, chat, downloads, and operations manual. You will also have Presidents Council Mentorship Program, personal meetings, and email and phone technical support. You will also be provided all the hardware and software you will need including a laptop and carrying case, Biometric USB Fingerprint Scanner, Digital Camera, and CHIP Child I.D. Production Software Multi User License. Initial supplies will also be provided.

CHIP Contact Details

You May Reach Them At:

Address: 30961 Agoura Rd., #101 Westlake Village, California 91361

Phone: (805)557-0577