Razzamataz Theatre Schools has launched a growth incentive scheme for franchisees, with one of the inducements being to meet business partner and multi-millionaire entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne to discuss how to further improve their businesses.
The business shot to fame when founder and managing director Denise Hutton-Gosney appeared on BBC’s Dragons’ Den in 2007 and Duncan Bannatyne offered her the full investment she pitched for.
“The investment from Dragons’ Den that gives me most pride and satisfaction involves children’s stage schools, with a franchise opening almost every term throughout the UK,” says Bannatyne.
“It’s a fantastic business model and a fantastic company.”
Denise Hutton-Gosney believes it’s important that, as the franchisor, Razzamataz Theatre Schools continues to support new and existing franchisees.
“As a business we continue to invest time, money and resources into making our franchisees successful,” she says.
“Duncan is an amazing businessman and I have learnt so much from him in the years we have been working together, so I’m delighted that our franchisees will have the opportunity to meet with him and learn first hand what it took for him to succeed in business.”