Elite Franchise Magazine
Elite Franchise June 2019
Summer has officially arrived now that June is here. That means schools will soon be rallying children and parents alike for the annual sports day. Of course, that’s something athletics teaching franchise Mini Athletics already does, as we heard from husband and wife founders Kirk and Clare Bowyer about how they train kids between two and seven and keep them active.
Elsewhere, The Shredquarters is also on a quest to encourage mobility but for adults with its functional training classes as it looks to enter the franchise arena. Seemingly there’s endless opportunity in the fitness space, as Jocette Coote revealed what it is that excites her about the market and how she became an F45 franchisee.
Finally, someone else who feels passionate about his industry is cover star Martin Rogers, Co-op’s head of new channels. With “trusted partners of pedigree” being brought on board as franchisees, Rogers is on a mission to scale the food retailers existing store base of 2,500 through franchising.
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