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£45,000 Minimum Investment
Franchise Description :
Charanga Franchise, the most colourful kids fashion
C/ Alesandro Volta nº2
C/ Alesandro Volta nº2
+34-952247XXXClick number to show
CHARANGA has become a reference for Spanish kids fashion on national and international level since 1991, and has been a pioneer in promoting the franchise system in its sector. The brand’s trademarks are the colourful and fashionable designs as well as the coordinate outfits, which make dressing children in style easy and fun!
GUARANTEED MARGIN*: We offer a constant and guaranteed margin for our franchisees – even during sales periods.
NO STOCK RISK*: Our franchisees do not incur in the risk of being left with big quantities of unsold stock, thanks to our franchise system with merchandise in consignment and automatic replenishment.
BACKING OF A LARGE GROUP: We have been in the market of children’s fashion, working with the franchising system, for 3 decades; with over 200 shops in several markets on international level.
VALUE FOR MONEY: Quality Products, with an exclusive design; with colours and coordinated garments being the basis of our designs. We pursue the continuous improvement in the quality of our products at competitive prices.
TRAINING: We offer a very complete training to the franchisee, including the management of the business, procedures, operations, visual merchandising and window dressing.
*applicable within the EU, consult conditions for other countries
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.