The franchise running computing workshops for kids across the UK recently welcomed husband and wife duo Richard and Emily Simcox, who will be operating their franchise across Bolton, Bury and Wigan.
ComputerXplorers is the UK’s leading children’s franchise for computing lessons, and in a recent press release, the computer franchise announced that Richard and Emily had joined the network. In the words of ComputerXplorers, “With 3 tech-mad children and over 20 years experience working in education, they are well placed to understand what makes computing fun & engaging for kids, whilst equipping them with the skills they need to thrive and survive in an increasingly digital world.”
Richard and Emily are thrilled that they can bring the unique ComputerXplorers experience “to the schools and local communities of Bolton, Bury & Wigan”, and “when the opportunity arose to become ambassadors for ComputerXplorers, it was an easy decision [for them] to make” because they’d been able to see the enriching, positive impact of ComputerXplorers’ curriculum on children across the UK.
Richard and Emily are confident about the future of their franchise business. In their spare time, they travel and enjoy visiting new places together. They have their own adventures, and for the couple, this investment is yet another adventure. If you’d like to begin your own journey with ComputerXplorers, you can become a franchisee for a minimum initial investment of £14,950, with franchise fees of £4,500.
You’ll be fully supported by experts as a franchisee, including via a comprehensive marketing launch programme, and you can invest at two different levels depending on which better suits you. After two years, your expected revenue is £93,000. Find out all you need to know about ComputerXplorers and its franchise business model via the company’s profile page, which you’ll discover linked above.
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