The company, which is backed by TV Dragon Duncan Bannatyne, is making the international master franchise opportunities available on an exclusive country or regional basis.
This allows the master franchisor to sub-franchise the brand in their country and develop their own Razzamataz franchise network.
MONEY MAKING IDEAS
Master franchisees benefit from multiple revenue streams, which are generated from running their own schools, as well as sub-franchising and receiving a percentage of the ongoing revenues created by franchisees.
Razzamataz has 40 part-time theatre schools operating throughout the UK.
In addition, the company has formed successful partnerships with organisations such as Universal Pictures and The Stage newspaper, as well working with First Choice and Thomson to run stage academies at their resorts.
Aimed at 4-18-year-olds, the classes consist of an hour of dance, drama and singing and the curriculum covers the whole spectrum of the performing arts, from classic West End musical theatre to commercial street dance and hip hop.
Razzamataz also offers classes for the pre-school and children’s party markets.
Managing director and founder Denise Hutton Gosney says: “Having proven our business works and is profitable in the UK, we want to take our winning formula overseas.
“We will provide master franchisors with all the business and marketing systems, training, support and resources necessary to ensure they can build a successful and sustainable franchise network in their chosen territory.
“Having a passion for the performing arts and working with children would be a distinct advantage, but most important of all is having the right attitude and a determination to succeed in business.
“For the right person the rewards could be phenomenal, not just in financial terms, but in the satisfaction in seeing the potential in young people being realised.”