Performing arts school J’s Dance Factory announces UK-wide franchise opportunities

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Dance organisation J’s Dance Factory (JDF) is offering prospective franchisees the chance to join its franchise network with nationwide opportunities available.

Launched in 2007 by young entrepreneur Jessica Elliott (pictured), JDF provides dance classes, singing lessons and workshops for over 1,000 children aged between three and 17. The company offers training in a range of areas including street dance, ballet, singing techniques and cultural dance styles such as Bollywood.

Last year its achievements were recognised by Prince Andrew and the brand also received support from David Cameron after its involvement in the London 2012 Olympics.

More recently, the organisation’s child participants have gained roles in the West End production of Disney’s The Lion King and many have appeared on television programmes and adverts for global brands.

With five franchise sites currently operating in London boroughs, the dance academy is looking to extend its reach across the UK and is seeking “vibrant and committed people with a passion for dance” to join its team.

Franchise packages are available for £5,995 + VAT and the dance chain also offers support with covering this cost by helping potential franchisees to secure a government Start Up Loan. Ongoing training and guidance is also provided from its head office.

Discussing its franchise vacancies Elliott said: “The J’s Dance factory franchise opportunity provides a chance for people passionate about children and dance to earn money from their passion, whether that’s extra money on top of their salary or providing themselves with a full-time job.”

To find out more about becoming a franchisee for J’s Dance Factory click here.

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