How Much Does It Cost to Own a Hawaii Fluid Art's Franchise?
Owning a Hawaii Fluid Art franchise can be a business, but it does have some initial financial requirements. To open a single location, the company requires that potential franchisees have liquid assets of at least $80,000.
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About Hawaii Fluid Art
The $30 billion Craft & Hobby industry is strong and growing. Hawaii Fluid Art is well-positioned to capitalize on the popularity of instructor-led painting events and the technique of fluid art. Low entry, overhead and materials cost mean a quicker ROI.
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