As the festival season heats up, why not consider a music franchise?

01/08/2018 17:00 | Start a business

Our top music franchise opportunities

UK music festivals are renowned around the world for their creativity and their determination to showcase the coolest acts around. The most popular festival is undoubtedly Glastonbury which attracts a whopping 120,000 music lovers each year.

But things will be different in summer 2018 with the much-loved Glastonbury festival taking a well-earned break. Every so often the venue at Worthy Farm in Pilton, Somerset, needs the opportunity to recover. This is known as a fallow' year, and although it's essential that the ground takes a rest, festival goers still miss the muddy fields and unique atmosphere that Glastonbury never fails to deliver.

But with Glastonbury off and the UK in the middle of a record-breaking heatwave, there are plenty of other festivals to attend. Whether youre planning to see your favourite musicians in Reading or Leeds, Isle of Wight or Bestival, it looks like youll need sun cream, rather than wellies, this year.

Music franchise opportunities

If youre a music lover and enjoy the summer season of festivals, then owning a franchise which combines your love of music with the flexibility of being the boss could strike the right chord with you.

Here are just a few of the best franchises for you to consider if youre interested in becoming a franchisee:

Gymboree

A music franchise doesnt have to be all rock n' roll. It can provide formal educational services for children too. A Gymboree franchise opportunity will allow you to enrich childrens development through music and play suitable for newborn to five years old.

As a Gymboree franchisee, youll receive access to patented lesson plans and the equipment, apparatus and instruments you need to start your own business. Training, coaching and support are also available before and during your franchise journey.

Research has discovered that learning through music can help prepare children for when they start school. Singing from an early age, for example, has been proven to improve language and vocabulary. It can also develop listening skills, concentration, the ability to take direction and memory. All of which are skills that are valuable, not just for in the classroom, but for life in general.

Owning a franchise with Gymboree can be both a lucrative and rewarding experience. To become a franchisee, youll need to invest between £93,000 and £214,000 depending on the size and location of your music centre. If you're passionate about music and the education of children, then you and Gymboree could make sweet music together.

Jo Jingles

If youre looking for a more affordable music franchise, then Jo Jingles could be the perfect business opportunity for you. This exciting franchise was founded in 1991 and has been popular with prospective franchisees ever since. Jo Jingles now boasts over 700 centres and a network of approximately 90 franchisees.

As a Jo Jingles franchisee, you'll offer music-based classes to children aged between three months and five years. The classes are heavily focused on singing, dancing, and movement; all of which stimulate childrens developing senses, while educating and entertaining them.

A Jo Jingles franchise requires an investment of between £6,500 and £9,500 plus VAT depending on the size of your territory. In return for your investment, youll receive one weeks training at Head Office, help to use the necessary digital systems, and invitations to regular networking events, training seminars, workshops, and conferences.

To be a successful Jo Jingles franchisee, it would be beneficial to have experience of working with children and a genuine interest in music. Owning a franchise with Jo Jingles requires patience, confidence, and charisma as well as skills in sales, marketing and presentations. These skills, along with hard work and determination, will be crucial to your success.

Monkey Music

Monkey Music has been running for over 25 years and is widely considered the UK's leading pre-school music brand. Owning a franchise with Monkey Music will give you the chance to have a rewarding career which is flexible enough to build around your family commitments.

You don't need to have any specific music or teaching experience to become a franchisee, but you do need to demonstrate that you:

  • Have the desire to run your own business,
  • Have a strong work ethos, and youre prepared to put in the effort required to be a success,
  • Have the excitement and passion that needed to offer quality music education to children.

The Monkey Music franchise fee is £13,975 plus VAT which will provide you with many lucrative revenue streams. Your primary source of income will come from weekly music classes, but you can earn more by offering parties, holiday workshops, event entertainment, nursery class teaching and the sale of Monkey Music merchandise.

To get you up and running youll attend a comprehensive six-day teacher and business training programme, so you understand all aspects of running a Monkey Music franchise. Youll continue to get support via mentoring and advice as and when you need it from your Business Development Manager or the Monkey Music Head Office team.

How do you choose the franchise that is right for you?

Remember, whichever music franchise you choose to invest in, you need to ensure that you perform thorough due diligence. It's vital that you review your options with franchise professionals that will help you to understand the complex documentation that can be part of the franchise purchase process.

The best franchises also encourage prospective investors to meet with existing franchisees from within the network. This gives you a valuable insight into how the franchise works, how supportive the franchisor is and how long it will take before you turn a profit. It's an integral part of your due diligence and one that shouldn't be overlooked.

By doing your homework, you can be sure that you've found one of the best franchises for you and that you and the franchisor are singing from the same hymn sheet.

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