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An art and craft franchise is popular with those who consider themselves to be creative. These franchises offer fun and exciting arts or crafts experiences, photograph, music and drama. These franchise opportunities offer a better work/life balance as many are home-based businesses, allowing franchisees to work the hours that suit them. These opportunities are particularly attractive to parents who are looking for a flexible career to fit in with family life.

Footlights

Run your own stage school and performing arts course. No experience necessary as you hire staff to take the classes whilst you focus on developing the business.

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The Christmas Decorators

Provide homes and businesses both indoors and outdoors with festive decorations. Opportunities exist outside seasonal market eg weddings, parties and corporate events.

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Jo Jingles

Jo Jingles franchisees offer fun and educational music/singing classes for babies and pre-school children.

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