Besides using internal capital, the funds will be raised through resources including from friends, charity organizations, or government bodies. These initial funds will be utilized to set up the schools.
Once the schools are running, they will tend to become sustainable by commercializing their products and services, which may include books publishing and selling in the open market, multimedia edutainment content selling, research reports on children’s education and growth, etc. Moreover, donations from individuals, companies, and governments will also support the operations of these schools.
When the schools are at the “enterprise clustering state,” with qualified children, they will start earning by offering their own products and services in the open market. The “enterprise clustering model” is aimed to make these schools self-sustainable by creating small business units run by the qualified students/people trained at these schools.