June 1, 2018 (Newswire.com) -
Talk to the Camera, the Colorado-based youth empowerment company, announced the launch
of its new website, https://talktothecamera.com/, on June 1, 2018. The company fully redesigned its site to better showcase its unique programs, which utilize
cameras to imbue youths with a greater sense of imagination, literacy and expression.
The website redesign is also an effort to bolster Talk to the Camera's scalability, flexibility and speed as it embarks on a concerted effort to become an industry-wide franchising
leader—one that targets youths between 6-17 and their parents with after-school programs, enrichment classes and student learning camps.
After school programs are a steadily growing industry with 10 million children enrolled and two children waiting to get in for each child in a program. Talk to the Camera offers great franchise opportunities for qualified
individuals thanks to a home-based setup, quick ramp-up and a low investment.
Andrey Walters, movie actress, TV host, and Talk to the Camera's co-owner says: "Our innovative business concept is unique among after-school, kid-focused programs, and our website now
reflects this." Andrey continues, "And It's a unique opportunity for anyone who loves working with kids and want flexibility in their work schedule."
Fill out a form on the franchise opportunities website, or call 844-372-6482 for more information about opening up a
Talk to the Camera franchise in your area.
About Talk to the Camera:
In Talk to the Camera classes and camps, students embrace their on-camera personalities, boost self-confidence and become more effective communicators as they create their own news broadcasts, talk shows, YouTube videos
or mini-movies. Co-Creators Audrey Walters and Jenny Gilbert share a passion for empowering youth; using the camera as a tool to become more effective communicators in a fun, positive learning community. The company
inspires youth to feel empowered while using the camera as a tool to create a positive learning community. Students develop a stronger sense of imagination, literacy, expression, communication and social communication
skills and become adaptable, life-long learners.
For more information about Talk to the Camera, visit https://talktothecamera.com or call (720) 943 7803