Kixx reminds readers that anyone can thrive with the football franchise’s supportive network

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Kixx provides a fantastic introduction to football for young children aged between 18 months to 10 years. Our academy sessions develop children’s physical and social skills, simultaneously promoting an active and healthy lifestyle.

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Kixx reminds readers that anyone can thrive with the football franchise’s supportive network 

In a recent blog post, Kixx shared the success stories of franchisees from a range of different backgrounds and expressed that a Kixx investment doesn’t require a pro footballer past.

As Kixx explained it, one of the most common questions asked of the football franchise when someone is considering an investment is, “Do you have to be a pro footballer or be within football to own a Kixx franchise?” The company’s answer? Absolutely not. In fact, franchisees of many different backgrounds have joined the Kixx network and found a huge amount of success. Franchisees like:

  • Jude Imoh-ita - Jude is “an amazing secondary school PE teacher by day at Kemnal Technology College” and by night/in the time that he’s not teaching PE at school, he’s “also the co-owner of Kixx Bromley”.

  • Michelle Green - Michelle was a Higher Level Teaching Assistant for years, in a role that focused on everything from PE and healthy eating to bullying and tackling difficult emotions. Then in 2019, “Michelle and her husband, Paul Green, became the Kixx franchise owners of Kixx Chesterfield.”

  • Sam Spooner - Sam worked “in education for over 10 years in a small number of schools across Lincolnshire”. He launched his first franchise in March 2020 and despite the struggles caused by COVID, “Sam is now a multiple Kixx franchise owner with an expanding portfolio including Kixx King’s Lynn, Kixx South Kesteven and Kixx Boston.”

  • Harry Warwick - Harry is a primary school teacher at Scartho Junior Academy and the co-owner of Kixx Grimsby. This month, Harry “will be launching his second Kixx franchise in less than 12 months with Kixx Reading”.

As Kixx explained it, “The common ground that all our franchisees share isn’t their background in football, education or business. It’s their passion to make a difference to the lives of children and the desire to create a successful business with proud values.” If you share that passion and also espouse those values, you might well be the perfect fit for Kixx. Visit the football franchise’s profile page, linked above, to find out more.

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