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Interest in children’s franchises continues to grow as the demand for children’s classes hits new heights of popularity. Parents recognise the benefits of helping their children to develop from an early age; including encouraging social skills and promoting healthier lifestyles. A multitude of new children’s franchises has arisen ranging for music lessons, toddler gyms, art and craft franchises, education and tutoring, drama franchises and various sport franchises. 

Kumon

Kumon is the leading provider of supplementary education globally. Looking for driven professionals who are passionate about education, children and helping them build a brighter future. New & resale opportunities available.

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Friday Night 5's

Friday Night 5’s allows you to run a 5 a side football and/or netball league. No experience in either sport required as you do not need to coach. Can be run part-time.

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Lingotot

Lingotot is an award winning children's language franchise. Being multilingual is an advantage but NOT a requirement. 100% govt funding available.

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Top Marks Teaching

Become the Executive Principal of your own tuition centre. Bespoke tutoring in multiple subjects in a small group setting or online tuition. 100% govt funding available.

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Kipina

Kipinä is the fastest growing international Finnish nursery and preschool franchise brand in the world.

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