Businesses catering to children’s needs are booming, which is why there are many successful businesses in the industry across the UK, looking to expand.
If you want to work with children and run a business that is not only a source of income but is also an opportunity for you to do what you love, consider a children’s franchise. To help you decide, we’ve compiled a list of five top franchsies in the industry with investments starting £4,750.
1. AlphaBake Cookery
Buying an AlphaBake Cookery franchise is an exciting way to teach children the skills that will last them a lifetime. As an Alphabake franchisee, you would be offering classes to children where they would be learning to cook in a fun, friendly environment. The great thing is, AlphaBake are not looking for chefs or even people with business experience, working with children requires patience and enthusiasm, so you’ll need a generous measure of both. The training programme will provide you with all the information that you need to get your business up and running.
As a franchisee, you would have your own territory and have full access to a start-up kit and access to a comprehensive recipes library.
2. Daisy First Aid
Daisy First Aid is a children’s franchise that has won many awards for the first aid training it provides. The first aid training is delivered in two hour classes for parents and carers in their own homes and local venues. The franchise can be run flexibly from home, with franchisees taking control of the hours that they work.
Joining the Daisy First Aid franchise would entitle you to full training and support, including training on how to set up the business, an exclusive territory with access to the trademark and all the equipment. Your earnings would depend on how many people turn up to your class, and on how much work you put into the business. The best part of joining Daisy First Aid is knowing that the sessions provide parents and carers with the skills that they need to save their child’s life.
3. Joe Beans
Joe Beans has been delivering movement and dance classes for over ten years. Founder and franchisor Sarah Whitham put her professional dancing and teaching career to work, creating the franchise model in 2005 and brand in 2005. Joe Beans Teacher Faye Delaney says ‘[Joe Beans] gives the children the chance to explore their imagination […] with a different theme every week Joe Beans is exciting and lets you broaden your skills, whether through story telling or finding new movements.’
If you have a passion for dance, experience with dance or the Early Years sector the this could be the franchise for you. In exchange, you’d receive exclusive rights to a territory with many potential business opportunities, full training and support including lesson plans, and access to the business’ online management system.
Do you want to channel your passion for languages into a business that helps people? If so, Kidslingo children’s franchise might be just the opportunity for you. The franchisees operate fun and interactive French and Spanish classes for young people. You don’t have to have any teaching experience, but you should love working with children and be enthusiastic and hard-working.
In exchange for your enthusiasm and language skills, Kidslingo would allow you the flexibility to run your own business and fit it around your personal commitments. You would be provided with all the equipment, software and lesson plans, and comprehensive training and Head Office support.
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