Laura Wayland stumbled into “nannying” after an impressive corporate career with no real plan of making this her next gig. Finding full-time nanny work not conducive to her own personal schedule, she wondered, “What if I served many families on a part-time basis rather than one family on a full-time basis?”

Her curiosity led to an enjoyable, flexible and lucrative business that focuses on serving families who don’t need full-time nanny assistance, but truly appreciate having someone they can count on for the occasional weekend away, date night, or doctors visit. Using simple tools like SitterCity, Laura was able to create a list of clients that respect her time off and clamor for her time “on” to be spent with their family.

Now, thru Auntie for Hire, Laura trains others who would enjoy working with kids and families how to start, grow, market and manage their own “on-call nanny business”.

Auntie for Hire sells a “nanny business-in-a-box” kit for $497.

Fortunately, The Auntie for Hire Concept has created a completely exhaustive and “done for you” Manual that provides EVERYTHING you need to grow your own home-based, “On-Call” Nanny business. The model for success for this flexible business opportunity is already in place… and every detail is recorded in the Auntie for Hire Concept Manual for Independent “On-Call” Nannies. This comprehensive guide, takes the guess work and struggle out of turning your love of children into a profitable, dependable business in a continually growing industry.

Originally posted by Dane Carlson on February 23, 2014 in Biz Ops / Featured.

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