The Catch-A-Balls Franchise is catching on so they are looking for people to take on franchises around the country. Share in their success and be part of a growing company by running your own Children's Multi-Sports Business.
Catch-A-Balls is a family-run friendly business that runs multi-sport classes designed to develop critical movement and ball-handling skills in pre-school children. The classes are suitable for confidently walking toddlers from about 18 months, up to school age.
Some of us can remember with dread not being able to catch consistently and the resultant fear school team sports could instil. However, this can be avoided.
Developing fundamental movement skills is not innate. To achieve a high level of skill in these, children need instruction using appropriate activities, equipment and encouragement with regular practice in a fun environment.
Young children should be guided to ensure these skills are learnt. However, until about the age of 7 years old children struggle to understand the rules, team work and strategy associated with a sport.
So, Catch-A-Balls classes focus on developing movement and balls skills such as rolling, throwing, catching and using bats. The classes focus on developing good ball and racquet skills, using both hands and feet (left & right!) to enable the children to go on and enjoy the sport of their choice.
As a franchise owner you can offer the following services:
The Catch-A-Balls Franchise opportunity is suitable for self-motivated individuals who want to run a profitable family friendly business and have an interest in educating young children in the field of sporting activities.
You don’t need a sporting or education background or have experience of running a business. You do need to be reasonably active and have the ability to bond with children! This business is ideally suited to parents as the work can be scheduled around school terms, and during school hours.
The Catch-A-Balls Franchise package includes:
An upfront investment is needed to purchase the franchise, get set-up (e.g. kit, venue bookings, insurance), and to commence advertising and marketing. This is normally less than £2,000 before you start earning – it varies depending on how many classes you want to launch with. Then fees from classes go directly to yourself, with commission payable at the end of each term. Once established, the majority of the work is at the start of each term with new registrations.