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The business

We currently run weekend performing arts schools for students aged three to eighteen years. All students take part in dance, drama and singing classes. Alongside these schools we offer themed holiday workshops and bespoke birthday parties.

The opportunity

With the success of the existing schools, Jigsaw Performing Arts is excited to be able to offer franchise opportunities in new areas to give more children a chance to experience the benefits of Jigsaw!

You can be a part of our success and enjoy the rewards of running your own fulfilling business. You’ll be investing in your future and the future of the children who attend your school, teaching them skills for life. And what’s more, it is also lots of fun!

You will be your own boss and fit your business around your existing life. You can start with one session, which can expand into the whole weekend and even weekday classes, turning this opportunity into a very financially rewarding full time job, if you wish.

The support

Through our training and ongoing support we will assist you in all aspects of running your school and meeting our high standards. Jigsaw has the experience and knowledge in order to assist you in gaining new customers and, importantly, retaining your current ones. We have tried and tested marketing and administrative systems that ease the day to day running of the business.

 

To find out more about this exciting opportunity, download the franchise information pack by completing the details below:


Your details will never be shared with any 3rd parties.

If you have any further questions you can email Andy on franchise@jigsaw-arts.co.uk or call 020 8447 4530.

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