Bloom Baby Classes
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The latest in kids activity classes has hit Australia’s shores. Bloom Baby Classes, part of a multi award-winning franchise in the UK, is taking its first steps here. The business has already made its mark in the US and Dubai.

Bloom classes provide a welcoming environment for parents and caregivers to engage with their infants. The activities are designed to encourage children’s development in a fun way. Each week classes follow a different theme, with infants stimulated by sensory experiences.

Founder and director Victoria Jennings told Inside Franchise Business “It’s a very simple model delivering baby classes in local areas. It’s a very rewarding career meeting new mums and helping them with their wellbeing.”

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Jennings is a former corporate who retrained in childcare before establishing the Bloom Baby Classes concept after the birth of her second child. Sharing her personal story on the brand website Jennings says the business helped her deal with post-natal depression.

“I also hope that the opportunity to join our franchise family will be just what someone needs as they look to take back control in their life. I don’t know where I’d have been without such an opportunity, so now I want to give it to somebody else.”

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It’s an ideal opportunity for a hardworking, ambitious individual who loves to sing, and wants to make a difference to others’ lives while working flexible hours.

A typical franchisee will operate 16 classes over a four-day week but franchisees can run as many classes as they like. And the classes are only held during term time.

Full training in Australia and ongoing support is available, with marketing support and head office PR included in the $12.500 capital investment.

Franchisees operate in an exclusive territory, and work with bespoke equipment to make the classes stand out.

By Sarah Stowe

Source: Franchise Business

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