Razzamataz will be at the Franchise Show in ExCel London
Want to know what it takes to convince a top business person to invest in your brand, all while being filmed for a prime-time TV show? Denise Hutton-Gosney took the brave decision of appearing on BBC’s Dragons’ Den in 2007 and her winning theatre school franchise impressed Duncan Bannantyne to the tune of a £50,000 investment.
“As a successful business man, I instinctively recognise an excellent opportunity. That’s why I chose to invest in Razzamataz Theatre Schools. The commitment, enthusiasm and sound business sense of the team, coupled with their proven track record of success led me to become part of the business,” Duncan Bannatyne from BBC’s Dragons’ Den.
Since the Den, Razzamataz has grown into an incredibly successful business model and has given franchisees the chance to run their own profitable theatre schools. Come and meet the Founder and MD Denise Hutton-Gosney to ask about her experience on Dragons’ Den, the opportunities it gave her to grow Razzamataz and to find out how this flexible business can be right for you.
Denise and the Head Office team will be at the International Franchise Show in ExCel London on the 16th and 17th February 2018. It will be packed full of useful information for anyone considering a franchise and includes some of the most successful franchisors, including Razzamataz Theatre Schools. Come and say hi, we are on Stand 540.
If you would like to find out more before the International Franchise Show, the Head Office run Discovery Den days across the UK where potential franchisees get a chance to meet the team, find out more about franchising in general and discover what it is like to run a part-time theatre school. Chat to Suzie on E:email@example.com or call 07793 054 233. For more details visit: www.razzamataz.co.uk.
Meet some of our longest standing franchisees.
Pam Dixon, Principal of Razzamataz Dumfries was a hairdresser for years, but bought a Razzamataz in 2007 and couldn't be happier watching the progress of the children who attend. “Being part of the Razzamataz network really feels like being part of a family because we all support each other so much. This role has given me the confidence that I never thought was possible and I continue to love what I do.”
Hayley Limpkin first enquired about buying a franchise nine years ago and opened her first school just over seven and a half years ago.
Since her launch, Hayley and her team have gone on to achieve incredible success. Razzamataz Medway now has more than 500 students.
“It’s really important for us to keep things fresh, relevant and on trend. We are always thinking of how we can grow, further enhance or take our school to the next level.”
To ask a question, or simply let us know that you're interested in finding out more about Razzamataz please call, text or email Suzie McCafferty:
07793 054 233
By Lynn Beaumont