News: Rhythm Time Music Franchise Group 'thrilled' to have been recognised as one of UK’s TOP 40 Franchises
Rhythm Time is so proud and delighted to have been voted by Elite Franchise Magazineas one of the Top 40 UK franchising companies, alongside big brands such as McDonalds and Subway.
Elite Franchise 100 recognises the best brands UK franchising has to offer. It judged the franchises on their financial growth and the scale of their networks including the support offered to franchisees and the ability to keep innovating. The impressive panel of judges included Mark Scott, head of franchising at Natwest; Fiona Boswell, partner and head of franchising and commercial services at law firm Fraser Brown Solicitors; Paul Clegg, managing director of Coconut Creatives; Clive Sawyer, chair of Encouraging Women Into Franchising; and Carl Reader, director of Dennis & Turnbull.
Kathy Doolan, Founder and MD of Rhythm Time music classes for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, was thrilled to hear that Rhythm Time had been awarded position 39 in the UK’s Top 100 Franchises.
“This is fantastic news for Rhythm Time as I'm passionate about encouraging talented people into franchising and providing a rewarding, flexible career that fits around their own personal commitments. I’m delighted that Rhythm Time has been recognised for its achievements and want to thank all my fabulous franchisees, my dedicated team at Head Office and all our lovely customers for making this the fantastic organisation it is!” says Kathy.
Franchising contributes to £15.1bn a year to the British economy and employs 621,000 people. The Elite Franchise 100 is a true celebration of UK franchising and Rhythm Time is very proud to have claimed one of the top spots.
Any parents wishing to book an award-winning Rhythm Time music class for their baby, toddler or preschooler should visit www.rhythmtime.net/pr to find their nearest class.
For further information on Rhythm Time music franchise opportunities, visit www.rhythmtime.net/prf or call 0121 711 4224.
Posted: 18th Dec 2018