Fitness is a very buoyant market in the UK and is certainly bouncing upwards when it comes to innovative new ways for the nation to exercise – and to have fun. Trampoline parks have been springing up throughout Britain in recent years, offering families a healthy leisure pursuit. But they also represent a great opportunity for people to become their own boss. Leading brands – such as Jump Arena, Bounce and Flip Out - provide attractive trampoline park franchises for ambitious entrepreneurs.
But is a trampoline park franchise something to jump on?
If there’s one thing the British have been happy to spend money on in recent years, it's creative and fun ways to spend their leisure time. The leisure industry as a whole is now worth £117 billion in revenue. It has grown 5% yearly since 2010, which is particularly significant as other sectors have shrunk in the same time period.
Another important development is the government-backed campaigns to improve childhood health and fitness. It means this is a long game – venues offering kids' leisure activities are sustainable, not least because trampoline parks are proving adept at innovating, going after such niche markets as mother and toddler groups, school trips and lucrative party packages.
Becoming your own boss under the branding of an existing, established company makes business sense, not least because they can help find suitable locations and venues, and tackle planning issues. Big players have the buying power for the expensive equipment involved – and maintenance contracts. Safety and insurance are huge considerations in trampoline park franchises, so having access to help with training, compliance and watertight procedures can prove crucial.
Trampoline franchises may also offer marketing support, such as a website, and favourable rates for added value retail products, such as stock for the cafe. Ready to consider jumping on this business opportunity? Get your trampoline park franchise off the ground by contacting us for the latest packages and prices.
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