ARTventurers franchisees build sustainable businesses to suit their needs
From lawyer to franchisor, Fiona Simpson’s business journey has certainly been a colourful one.
Spotting a gap in the market for an art class for preschoolers and driven by the desire to work more flexibly around her two young children, Fiona launched ARTventurers in 2011 and the brand has since grown into a network of over 35 franchise branches.
ARTventurers has a collaborative approach to franchising, which recognises the creative talents of its franchisees, and the company’s franchise package has attracted significant national recognition.
Fiona was named EWiF’s Woman Franchisor of the Year in 2018 and sits on the board of the Children’s Activities Association. ARTventurers was also named Overall Top Franchise 2017 and Most Supportive Franchise 2017 in the Working Mums Top Franchise Awards.
ARTventurers franchisees have an opportunity to develop a number of different income streams - from weekly art classes for babies and pre-schoolers and creative workshops for older children to birthday parties, intergenerational sessions and creative events work.
Franchisees therefore have the flexibility to build a sustainable and profitable business to suit their own needs and work around family life.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.artventurers.co.uk and www.artventurersfranchise.co.uk
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