Whether you’re a parent/ex-dancer/ex-business employee our business can suit anyone who wants to run a Franchise business. The success of the themes and lesson plans offer so much reward as a teacher and the financial returns are high for low set up costs.
Our franchise package, which is fully accredited by the Children’s Activities Association, provides training and on going support as well as some of the following benefits:
As a diddi dance franchisee you would:
Manage your diddi dance business in an exclusive territory of equal potential to other Franchisees in the UK. To see whether or not a diddi dance is already running in your area visit our Locations page or to see if your local diddi dance is available to purchase visit our Resale page.
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Don’t forget boys love to dance just as much as girls do, in some cases even more! They have tons of energy to burn off from a young age so getting them in a dance class where they can have fun moving to funky music and learning to follow instructions can be really beneficial for them. In a dance class they can also learn coordination, confidence, creativity and more!
At diddi dance we keep our lessons gender neutral so all can feel welcome to join in and have fun.
“We have great fun at diddi dance each week. My daughter knows all the moves and practices them at home, and she can even count up to 10 in English, French and Spanish because of one of the songs we sing together at the class – a great party trick for a 2 year old!”
“The great thing about running a diddi dance Franchise is you set your hours and mostly you work during school hours. Classes can run anytime between 9am and 3pm, so as a parent you can be there for school drop-off/pick-ups and have your evenings and weekends with your children still. Running a franchise also works if down the line you want to have more children, since you can hire staff (or in our case teachers) to run your classes for you and keep your business going while you are on maternity leave.”