Petite Performers is an established Children's Dance Business. They became the first company to offer bespoke preschool age classes across Ballet, Tap, Hip Hop and Drama & Musical Theatre styles with classes ranging from 6 months to 6 years, all supported by bespoke software and systems developed especially for dance businesses.
By becoming a Petite Performers Franchisee you will be able to help create the next generation of confident speakers, movers and performers while being able to create your own flexible schedule to suit your lifestyle.
Franchisees have the flexibility to choose whether to be the owner and sole teacher of their branch, or if they prefer to hire teachers for teaching classes whilst they maintain running the business side of things.
Franchisees are responsible for finding a safe location to hold their classes, market and grow their location to an optimal number of classes per week, as well as to train and mentor teachers and staff in maintaining the standards and values of Petite Performers.
You don’t need to have any specific qualifications to run a Petite Performers but a basic background in dance, drama or music is required if you plan to teach the classes yourself.
You must have a passion for inspiring young children and a love for what you do!
Over 36 weeks of classes and up to 10 holiday camps, a well-established Petite Performers branch with just over 20 classes a week can make up to £65,000 per year.
Many Petite Performers business owners have 2 or 3 territories, increasing their earning potential.
Petite Performers offer full initial in-person training, ongoing mentoring & support to help your business succeed. The following training is provided:
The franchise fee is £4,995, there may be an additional cost for premises costs which vary. The franchise package includes:
Successful franchisees will need to be self-motivated and interested in owning a thriving children's dance business.
You will need to have the wish to have a business with excellent potential for growth and profit and enjoy working with parents and children alike. Dance and/or performing arts experience helpful but not essential. There are two routes: