Music can change the world just as it can change people (according to famed musician Bono). And it can certainly change your life, if you decide to start your own business in this arm of the arts.
The good news is that you wont just be enriching lives. There is money to be made from being your own boss in the music business, at all levels. It's an important part of the UK’s £87 billion creative industries sector. Music from our shores has enjoyed global impact for many years, which looks set to continue, reflected in that fact the UK music economy grew by 17% over a recent four year period.
Thanks to the fact music can now be enjoyed on multiple digital platforms, there has been a surge of interest, all adding to the fact this could be a great time to launch a music franchise venture.
Having the branding and support of an established music company can go along way to ensuring you hit the right note with your venture, from day one. You are still your own boss, but your franchiser will provide you with a tried and trusted business model, and help with such things as finding the most fruitful territory, a high-tech website, training, insurance and legal compliance guidance.
Their buying power also means access to equipment - and any shopfitting or vehicles you need – at preferential rates, making profit more possible.
Finding the right self employed opportunity in the music business with franchise support depends on your individual interests and ambitions. For example, you could consider providing classes under a Moo Music, Monkey Music, Rock Works or Jo Jingles franchises, or secure school based work with Fidler Music. Music shop franchises are offered by Hobgoblin.
With so much to choose from, tune in to the best music franchise deals with our help. Contact us today for well orchestrated support.