The start of the New Year marks an exciting turning point in the life of the latest franchisee to take advantage of the franchise opportunities provided by Rhythm Time.
Mother of one, Jill Shepherd is very excited at the prospect of starting her new Rhythm Time children’s music franchise in Scotland.
“Music, especially singing, has always been a passion of mine and I have always dreamed of a career that would enable me to use my experience to benefit others.” said Jill.
“Now I have a young son of my own I realise at first hand how music positively impacts the development of babies and toddlers.”
“Rhythm Time uses a combination of exciting instruments, songs and movement to increase the confidence, creativity and co-ordination of children, which I believe gives them a great start in life.”
Rhythm Time was created 15 years ago in Solihull by mother of two, Kathy Doolan, previously head of music in a Scottish school.
It offers music franchise opportunities throughout the country and now operates in nearly 200 different premises throughout the UK, helping more than 10,000 children weekly to enjoy an early start to the benefits of music.
Music classes for babies can begin as early as six weeks old and introduce the baby to a wide range of songs, instruments and much more all designed to stimulate a young baby’s brain.
Jill said: “I looked at other franchise opportunities after having a child of my own. There are a growing number of franchises on the market and I quickly narrowed it down to a music franchise working with children.”
“I chose the Rhythm Time franchise because everything was well thought out and fundamentally I share the company’s core values and belief in the importance of music during a child’s early years.”
“The classes are well structured and the training from Kathy has been excellent in preparing me for my new venture.”
Founder and Director of Rhythm Time Kathy Doolan said “Originating from Scotland myself I am thrilled to be offering franchise opportunities in my home territory.”
“It’s a very exciting time for Jill as she embarks on her new business venture. She will be involved in something that she loves doing with the added benefit of fitting her business round her family and young son.” added Kathy.
Posted: 30th Dec 2009