This franchise is no longer featured on Franchise UK.
£45,000 Minimum Investment
Franchise Description :
Charanga Franchise, creating, producing and offering children's garments and clothing
Finance:Yes through a third party
C/ Alesandro Volta nº2
C/ Alesandro Volta nº2
+34-952247XXXClick number to show
Charanga Music School is a fantastic primary school music resource that is innovative and exciting. It’s the technology involved that makes it stand out from the crowd as well as keeping all lessons and options as up to date as possible. Charanga Music School is a living cloud-based resource that combines fabulous music, modern teaching methods and high tech ways of working to create music lessons that are easy to follow and universally loved. This way of working also means that Charanga methods can be taught at school and quickly followed on at home, allowing practice and ongoing learning to occur as often as possible.
Obtaining a music school licence means that schools can allow as many teachers and children as they need to be able to access the awesome capabilities of Charanga. It’s a superb way of teaching many children at one time when standard classroom teaching would mean that some always miss out.
Teachers can also put together ensemble groups for more capable children and ensure that the school as a whole is able to enjoy music from all angles and at all levels and abilities.
Over the last ten years there has been a huge rise in children related franchises in the UK. Some children franchises now include sectors such as child care, Creche, child swimming classes, children fitness classes, art classes and even go kart hire franchises.
In fact there are hundreds of different franchise opportunities that provide some sort of care or activity for children. It is probably this and people striving for a better work/life balance that has also contributed to the huge rise in the so called “Mumpreneurs” which describes mums with young children preferring to run their own business around their family than more traditional full or part-time employment. According to The Telegraph this boom in Mumpreneurs has resulted in a boost to the UK economy of a massive £7bn a year.
With so many varieties of children related franchises and the continued expansion and rise of mums setting up their own businesses in the UK children franchises are sure to continue to grow and Mumpreneurs are also bound to contribute even more to the UK economy in the future.