Code Ninjas Partners with Absorb Software to Train, Increase Kid Coders

August 27, 2021

Code Ninjas, the largest and fastest growing kids coding franchise in the world, has recently partnered with Absorb Software to better support their franchisees. Utilizing Absorb Software to integrate written materials and videos to enhance training was a benefit to hundreds of Code Ninjas locations in the US, Canada, and UK.

 
“Ensuring that our franchisees have everything they need to successfully run their business is important to our Home Office team,” explained Justin Nihiser, CEO of Code Ninjas. “Partnering with Absorb Software has allowed us to not only increase the amount of training we can provide, but also the ease to which it is accessed throughout our global organization. From individual summer camps to how to engage with the community, the trainings are further enabling our franchisees to succeed on all sides of their business.”

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Each Code Ninjas franchisee owns and operates their own location(s), meaning that they are responsible for implementing the marketing materials, operational tactics, and curriculum that the Home Office team provides. Understanding how best to not only use materials provided, but also quickly and easily access the platforms they exist on as well, is key to the success of the franchisee. Director of Training Jamie Handy was brought on to the Code Ninjas Home Office team in December 2020 to lead efforts to improve training for franchisees.

“When deciding on the right Learning Management System for Code Ninjas, we looked for three things in particular – a system that was scalable, easy to use for our franchise system, and a great value for the offering. Absorb Software met all of those requirements,” shared Handy. “The Absorb Software team worked tirelessly to ensure that we had the correct products that Code Ninjas needed and provided step-by-step onboarding to make sure the set up would be ready and seamless at launch. This partnership has already shown impressive results.”

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Within the first 60 days that Code Ninjas franchisees were able to access materials through Absorb LMS, 700+ users had accessed their account. This included Code Ninjas franchisees, Center Directors who are front facing at their locations, and Code Senseis™ who directly interact with the kids who come into the locations to learn to code.

“Partnering with Code Ninjas, a company that understands the lasting impact of quality training, speaks to the foundation of why we built Absorb LMS,” said Mike Owens, Founder and CEO of Absorb Software. “Not only are they giving kids the opportunity to learn valuable skills, but they’re also setting franchisees up for success by keeping them aligned with the company’s mission and values. It’s exactly the type of use case at the center of our wheelhouse.”

Code Ninjas has 300+ locations open in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom – all of which have access to trainings and information now housed on Absorb Software.

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Code Ninjas Ranked as a Top New Franchise by Entrepreneur Magazine

May 18, 2021

Code Ninjas, the world’s largest and fastest growing kids coding franchise, announced today that the company has been ranked on Entrepreneur Magazine’s annual Top New Franchises and Fastest-Growing Franchises lists. Code Ninjas came in at No. 17 on the Top New Franchises list, which features 100 rising stars in the franchise world.

 
Entrepreneur Magazine’s annual Top New Franchises list features up-and-coming businesses that have been franchising for five years or less. The rankings are judged based on each brand’s score received in Entrepreneur’s Franchise 500 list that covers key areas including financial strength and stability, company size and growth, brand recognition and franchisee support. This prestigious list emphasizes attractive franchise brands across the U.S. to help potential business partners make high-upside investments.

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“After a year of global uncertainty, Code Ninjas is already seeing a recovery of sales and increased growth. Being ranked as a Top New Franchise is an opportunity to recognize and thank all of our franchise owners and team members for their hard work in serving our ninjas during this time,” said Justin Nihiser, CEO. “Everyone at Code Ninjas understands the importance of providing children with the experience of coding, especially during continuous uncertainty and change in their lives. We are excited to see where we go next, as this is just the beginning of our story.”

In February of 2021, Code Ninjas celebrated having 300 locations open for the first time in company history. They reached this notable milestone in less than five years of operation. In fact, 98 locations opened worldwide in 2020 alone, helping cement Code Ninjas as the global leader in the kids’ coding category.

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At Code Ninjas, kids learn how to code in a fun, safe, and social learning environment where gaming is celebrated, and STEM is cool. The franchise offers kids the opportunity to dive into fun, challenging, and rewarding projects and activities that will engage them and bring out skill sets that will benefit them as they grow. Everything about Code Ninjas is built around fun, which keeps kids coming back. The curriculum is self-paced, but not self-taught; kids get immediate help and encouragement from Code Senseis™ and fellow students as they advance from white to black belt, on the nine-belt program that makes up Code Ninjas CREATE. Younger kids are able to take part in Code Ninjas JR, and all ages are able to take part in summer camps instilling the problem solving and critical thinking skills into the leaders of the future.

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Code Ninjas Celebrates 300 Open Locations

March 9, 2021

International Kids Coding Franchise, Code Ninjas, Sees Success Despite Pandemic Challenges; Reaches Major Growth Milestone

 
Code Ninjas, the world’s largest and fastest-growing kids’ coding franchise, celebrated having 300 locations simultaneously operating for the first time in company history, the week of February 22, 2021. Code Ninjas reached this notable milestone in less than five years. In fact, in 2020 alone 98 locations newly opened worldwide, helping cement Code Ninjas as the global leader in the kids’ coding category.

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“Despite the pandemic, Code Ninjas achieved monumental growth and for the first time was able to claim 300 individual locations in operation,” said Justin Nihiser, CEO. “This achievement would not have been possible without our loyal Ninjas and their families, our dedicated franchise owners and the team providing them with our unmatched coding curriculum.”

The franchise celebrated several achievements in 2020:

  • Expansion into the UK with the opening of more than a dozen new Studios
  • Strategic financial partnership with Eagle Merchant Partners
  • The addition of a new executive team including CEO Justin Nihiser, VP of Franchise Operations John Kutac, VP of Strategic Projects and Alliances Colin Fitzpatrick and VP of Marketing Jim Davidson

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At Code Ninjas kids learn how to code in a fun, safe, and social learning environment where gaming is celebrated, and STEM is cool. The franchise offers kids the opportunity to dive into fun, challenging, and rewarding projects and activities that will engage them with knowledge and bring out skill sets they never knew they had. Everything about Code Ninjas is built around fun, which keeps kids coming back. The curriculum is self-paced, but not self-taught; kids get immediate help and encouragement from Code Senseis™ and fellow students as they advance from white to black belt, on the nine-belt program that makes up CREATE. Younger kids are able to take part in Code Ninjas JR, and all ages are able to take part in summer camps instilling the problem solving and critical thinking skills into our leaders of the future.

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About Code Ninjas

Founded in 2016, it is the world’s largest and fastest-growing coding franchise, with hundreds of locations across the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. Here, kids learn to code while building their own video games. They gain problem solving, critical thinking, and STEM skills in a fun, safe, and inspiring environment. Kids have fun, parents see results.

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Code Ninjas coding schools spread around UK

November 10, 2020

US-based kids coding franchise Code Ninjas is live in six UK locations and plans to open a further 22 around the nation.

Budding ‘ninjas’ can enjoy coding, gaming and drone building at locations in Hampshire, Greater London, Hertfordshire and Berkshire.

 
The next round of launches will be hot on the heels of the late summer grand openings, with programmes opening up in Potters Bar, Chelmsford, Croydon, Welwyn Garden City and Hammersmith before the end of January.

The Code Ninjas network has grown at a rapid rate. With plans for 22 more locations already in the pipeline, the US-born kids coding school is on track to deliver their fun, interactive coding curriculum to ‘ninjas’ aged 5-14 throughout the nation by 2021.

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“In late August, we celebrated the grand opening of our very first UK location in Watford, Hertfordshire – that was a momentous occasion for Code Ninjas and something the entire team has been working towards for a number of months,” said Justin Nihiser, CEO.

“It was also around this time that I joined the Code Ninjas team. Stepping up to take the reins of a global kids coding franchise during a pandemic has certainly been a challenge but one I was proud to take on.

“Despite the economic challenges caused by the lockdown period, I’m pleased to have witnessed such impressive growth first-hand.

“All of the locations we’d planned prior to the 23rd March are now fully operational and our network has almost doubled during the second two quarters of the year. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg as we plan for 2021.”

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Code Ninjas Watford, the brand’s UK flagship location, opened its doors on Saturday 11th July.

“It’s an honour to be part of Code Ninjas and play such a vital role in spearheading the growth of the brand on British soil,” said Jass Patel, who owns the centre with wife Reena.

“We both feel so passionately about Code Ninjas’ commitment to delivering quality coding education and are thrilled to have the opportunity to support that mission in our community.

“We’re in for a busy few months but can’t wait to make our mark on the state of children’s coding education in the UK.”

Just one week later, Code Ninjas Pinner followed suit, launching on the 18th July. On the 22nd August, Code Ninjas Enfield welcomed budding ninjas from across Greater London. On the 24th August, a centre opened in the Hampshire town of Chandler’s Ford. Code Ninjas Langley, the first location to launch under the brand’s new Studio model, launched in Langley College on the 19th September.

Biraj Nakarja, one of the four franchisees behind Code Ninjas Langley, was over the moon to welcome students, parents, families and friends to their grand opening event.

“Despite the restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, we still made the most of our launch party, inviting our community to help us celebrate our new business,” said Biraj.

“We’re very proud and excited to bring the Code Ninjas programme to local children and, now that we’re open, are looking forward to making a real impact on the state of coding education in our area. We’re providing a service that is so in demand and fundamental for the future of the next generation.”

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Along with the rest of his team – wife, Sital, and long-term friends, Raman and Karnvir Bath – Biraj plans to open a second location, in nearby Windsor, within the next year.

“Essentially, we’re establishing ourselves as the go-to providers for kids coding education across east Berkshire. Our first priority is to build momentum with our initial location before setting our sights on getting our second location off the ground. Although we definitely have to take the current economic climate into consideration, we feel confident in our ability to grow with the backing of the Code Ninjas team to guide us,” said Biraj.

Despite the delays caused by the pandemic, the majority of the UK network have already made the initial steps towards opening a second location. Justin and the support team, based in Pearland, Texas, have been impressed by the network’s commitment to delivering the Code Ninjas curriculum at such a crucial time.

“With a system of determined and passionate franchise owners and corporate staff that believe ardently in Code Ninjas’ mission, our work will result in better problem solving and critical-thinking skills for our ninjas. Building these STEM-related skillsets at a young age equips Code Ninjas’ students with valuable tools to navigate today’s increasingly tech-centric world.”

By Jonathan Symcox

Source: Business Cloud

Code Ninjas announces a new format for the UK

September 29, 2020

Code Ninjas, the U.S.-based after-school programme that teaches children computer coding, has introduced a brand new franchise model for the UK.

 
Called, Code Ninjas Studio, the new offering has been designed by the company to make the UK’s profitable children’s services market even more accessible, with a reduced start-up fee and flexible location requirements.

Code Ninjas said its new business model offers prospective franchisees the chance to invest in its coding franchise at a fraction of the traditional cost and enable them to get their business off the ground in weeks rather than months.

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The company explains that new franchisees also stand to benefit from the brand’s unrivalled infrastructure, including development and support from in-house education, technology, operations and marketing teams.

The new model mitigates the need for business premises with extensive fit-out requirements as franchisees will operate in centrally located community centres, like libraries, schools and universities, keeping overheads low and profit margins high.

Franchisees will have complete access to the brand’s full offering of propriety programmes and curriculum, meaning Ninjas (students) progress through the same programme, with the same level of guidance from their instructors (Code Senseis) as they would through the traditional model.

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David Graham, chief executive and co-founder of Code Ninjas, said: “This new model has been specially constructed to align with the way businesses operate in the UK. “Libraries and schools are predominantly regarded as community hubs, so running sessions out of these sorts of locations means franchisees can capitalise on heavy footfall.

“Code Ninjas Studio is a fantastic opportunity for those looking to build a long-lasting and scalable business, that also makes a real change in their community. We’re very excited for this new venture.”

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With minimal initial location fit-out for a Code Ninjas Studio, new franchisees can invest resources back into the marketing and set up of the business, and on completion of its virtual franchise training, franchisees can begin to host coding sessions in their territory in a suitable location approved by the company.

Children’s educational enrichment has seen an increase in demand in recent years said Code Ninjas and it sees the new business model capitalising on the need for digital education for children.

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International coding school opens first UK sites in London

July 22, 2020

A coding school has announced that it has opened its first two UK centres in the London area. Code Ninjas, which has franchises internationally, opened its first centres in Watford and Pinner this month.

 
This comes ahead of plans to open more UK sites “in quick succession” before the end of this year.

Reena Patel, who owns the Watford centre with partner Jass, commented: “It’s an honour to be part of Code Ninjas and play such a vital role in spearheading the growth of the brand on British soil.

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“We both feel so passionately about Code Ninjas’ commitment to delivering quality, fun coding education and are thrilled to have the opportunity to support that mission in our community. We’re in for a busy few months but can’t wait to make our mark on the state of children’s coding education in the UK.”

Prasad Prabhakaran, one of the four co-owners of Code Ninjas Pinner, said: “It feels so wonderful to be able to welcome our first students. “

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It’s been an exciting few months for us all, as we’ve worked hard to prepare for our launch. The centre looks incredible and the feedback we’ve received from our ninjas and their families has been fantastic.

“We’re all looking forward to a ninja-fuelled future in our area!”

Marty Flanagan, VP of Franchising at Code Ninjas, added: “Opening our first few UK locations has come at such a pivotal time, as families plan for their children going back to school in the autumn.

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“The turnout at both events is proof of the demand for our kids’ coding curriculum in their respective communities and we’ve been blown away by the initial response.

“If the launches of Code Ninjas Watford and Code Ninjas Pinner are anything to go by, the next few launches – which will be taking place in quick succession before the year is out! – will really put Code Ninjas on the UK map.”

By Chloe Shakesby

Source: BDaily

Fast growing Code Ninjas to open eleventh UK centre

February 26, 2020

Code Ninjas, the fast growing U.S.-based children’s after-school programme and camp has announced that franchisee Adnan Hussain will be opening the eleventh UK Code Ninjas centre in West London.

David Graham, co-founder and chief executive of Code Ninjas said it was an exciting time for the company as it advances with its UK expansion plan.

 

“We were particularly pleased to welcome the first British franchisees to our training facility in the states in January. It’s been wonderful to share in their franchise journey since we met them last year and I can’t wait to see where they take their franchises in 2020,” said Graham.

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Code Ninjas’ new UK franchisees have undertaken training at the company’s U.S. headquarters in Houston, Texas, in preparation of opening their centres, the first of which will open in Pinner, Greater London.

Hussain, an experienced data and analytics professional who has spent over 20 years working on company flagship data programmes in the UK and U.S. said that the franchise appealed to him for all manner of reasons.

He explains: “The brand’s success in the U.S. and Canada stood out for me, as did the obvious demand for the programme in the UK. Above all else, I really believe in the concept of helping children learn through creativity.

“I think that what Code Ninjas is doing for the landscape of children’s coding education is integral to helping our kids thrive in such a digital world. Plus, my own children love puzzles and games. They’re five and seven, so the perfect ages to become my first students.

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“Skills such as analytical thinking, applying logic, understanding data and problem solving are core foundation blocks for children. For me, this opportunity will give me the work-life balance I’ve been craving for so long and an opportunity to do something I feel passionately about. I’m looking forward to my Code Ninjas journey and where my franchise will take me in the future.”

Education expert appointment

In line with its commitment to providing an exceptional standard of coding curriculum, Code Ninjas reports that it has appointed a computer science education expert, Grant Smith, as vice president of education. In this role, Smith will draw on his years in teaching and curriculum writing to enhance and expand the learning opportunities offered at each Code Ninjas centre.

Welcoming Smith to the company, Graham said: “Our programme continues to appeal to families around the world and we are investing significant resources back in to the quality coding education we offer.

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“Grant’s background in the education system makes him a valuable addition to our central support team. He specialises in enhancing computer science education opportunities for kids and has an extensive career doing just that. We are thrilled to welcome him into the Code Ninjas family as we continue to drive the brand to new heights across the globe.”

Code Ninjas added that Smith’s insight will benefit franchisees around the UK, as they implement the self-paced curriculum to their students.

Smith commented: “I’m excited to be part of a rapidly growing, global company that shares my passion for teaching computer science to the younger generation and beyond.

“Code Ninjas is revolutionising the way that kids learn to code, giving them a chance to gain valuable life skills in a way that’s fun, using video games. I am so excited to be part of the movement and to make an impact on young learners around the world.”

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Coding school for kids opens new location in Frisco

January 11, 2020

The saying goes, “children are the future.” And with a workforce that’s ever changing, learning the skills that will be needed in the future is becoming increasingly important – as can be seen in the recent push for more STEM education in schools.

 
To help bring up the next crop of coders and tech entrepreneurs, software learning center franchise Code Ninjas has opened its newest location in west Frisco, joining other locations across the Metroplex, including Southlake, McKinney, Coppell, and Lewisville.

“We picked West Frisco because it is a great location with lots of families,” David Agius, co-owner of the new branch told Culturemap Dallas.

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Code Ninjas franchises are independently owned. The new west Frisco location was started by Agius, a Frisco resident, and other co-owner Steve Spadoni, who resides in Detroit.

At Code Ninjas, students ages seven through 14 can learn Java Script, Lua and C# code languages from teachers called Code Senseis. Through two-hour per week sessions, chosen based on student’s individual schedules, kids get colored wristbands to mark their level of mastery, similar to a martial arts class. At the end of the program, students publish an app online.

The coding school was launched in 2016 in Pearland, Texas, outside of Houston. In that time, Code Ninjas has opened more than 140 locations across the U.S. and Canada. In November 2019, the company announced that it had landed its first deal to open a school in the UK.

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“The goal of our company overall is to share coding with kids of all backgrounds,” wrote David Graham, Code Ninjas CEO and co-founder, in a blog post. “Regardless of whether they’ve been open for a few months or even just a few weeks, there is one thing that ties them all together: they are all looking for new ways to reach their communities and impact the lives of more kids.”

While the hands-on, program-based curriculum is designed to teach coding, Graham believes Code Ninjas offers more to its students by fostering teamwork, logic and problem-solving – skills employees will need in the future marketplace. North Texas ranks fifth in the country as the largest tech employment hubs. In addition, DFW is on track to lose 30.2 percent of its jobs to automation, according to a report by Kempler Industries.

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“I’ve seen how coding education improves lives,” wrote Graham in a statement on the Code Ninjas website. “Every child should have the opportunity to learn to code, and have a great time doing it.”

By Kevin Cummings

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Code Ninjas to enter the UK and make coding fun

August 2, 2019

A U.S.-based after-school programme and camp, Code Ninjas, which teaches children how to code by building video games that they enjoy is looking to expanding into the UK.

The self-proclaimed ‘edu-tainment’ company says it is America’s largest and fastest-growing franchise in its field. Headquartered in Texas, it currently has 125 centres in the U.S. with 75 scheduled for opening by the end of August, including expansion into Canada.

 
Built on the mantra that ‘kids have fun, parents see results’, the company says it is targeting UK entrepreneurs looking to capitalise on the ever-increasing demand for STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education.

David Graham, a programmer and entrepreneur, who previously established Coder Camps for adults, founded Code Ninjas in 2016 after seeing the need to equip his own two children and other future problem solvers with the knowledge and tools to become coders. Inspiration for the business also struck Graham whilst watching his son’s Taekwondo lesson.

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As the company explains, Code Ninjas likes to do things a little differently. Centres are called Dojos, the teachers are called Code Senseis and students, or Ninjas, progress by working towards coloured wristbands or ‘belts’ based on the colouring system in martial arts.

Students work through the self-paced curriculum, all written by in-house developers, during weekly drop-in visits to its centres. The game-based coding curriculum engages the children and teaches them logic, problem solving, maths and teamwork, all vital skills.

Parents can either drop their children off at the Code Ninjas centre or stay to take advantage of the specially designed facilities including relaxing waiting area, free coffee and Wi-Fi, and workstations.

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‘Badge of honour’

Graham said: “Code Ninjas is all about the experience, that’s what makes us different. You can’t distil what we do down to the curriculum, it’s so much more than that. It’s fun, it’s exciting, it’s a place to make friends and have a good time. Kids are motivated to learn when they’re enjoying themselves and there’s the opportunity to ‘earn’ their next badge of honour.

“The Dojo is a parent free zone, meaning students can communicate independently with their Sensei and peers. I’ve seen, first hand, how coding education improves lives. Every child should have the opportunity to learn code, and have a great time doing it.”

With the growth of the brand in the U.S. and the need today for computer skills, Code Ninjas is confident that the UK will replicate, if not surpass the U.S. in terms of growth speed and breadth of coverage.

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Graham explains: “A Code Ninjas franchise offers investors an opportunity to get ahead of the curve by providing a crucial service that has largely been overlooked in the UK market. 90 per cent of parents have expressed an interest in wanting their kids to learn how to code.

“Our UK franchisees will benefit from the support of a UK-based team whose number one priority will be helping to get centres open, operational and profitable. Our first franchisees will be instrumental in developing and shaping the future of the brand in the UK.”

Prospective franchisees do not need any coding experience as the company’s training and support systems are designed for those with non-technical experience.

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Code Ninjas signs first UK franchisees – in record-breaking time

July 22, 2019

It’s time to celebrate for Code Ninjas – America’s number one kids coding franchise has just signed its first UK franchisees. Four entrepreneurs from Greater London will launch the first ever Code Ninjas coding centre on British soil.

After attending a discovery day in May, the four friends instantly recognised the opportunity and wasted no time securing their position as the UK’s first franchisees. The grand opening of Code Ninjas Pinner and Harrow is planned for September 2019.

 
Word is getting out about the grand opening planned for September, and customer enquiries are already coming through thick and fast. David Graham, founder and CEO, expects it won’t be long before other prospects follow suit, keen to capitalise on the demand.

“We’ve never had a franchisee come on board as quickly – it actually made Code Ninjas history,” he explains. “We’ve had an unbelievable response since announcing the franchise is expanding into the UK – more than 40 serious prospects attended our first UK discovery day. Coding is big business; parents are crying out for a fun, friendly portal for their children to develop this skill. It was a case of right place, right time for our expansion and we’re very excited to have welcomed our first UK franchisees into the fold.”

The franchisees bringing Code Ninjas to the UK are Prasad Prabhakaran, Srinivasa Rao, Sridhar Bhat and Sharath Iyer – friends and associates from Pinner and Harrow. This new business endeavour combines their experience in technology, finance, telecoms, operations and education.

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“As a team, our skills are complementary, and our objectives are the same – we want to build a profitable business that will make an impact in our community,” says former technology executive, Prasad. “Kids coding programmes are in such high-demand across the board. In Pinner and Harrow specifically, there is an abundance of business professionals who understand the importance of technology and the benefit of programmes, like Code Ninjas, for their own children.

“With such demand for kids coding sessions, we expect the franchise to grow quickly. Our long-term goal is to open additional centres in neighbouring communities in the coming years. We’re very proud that we’re the first to bring Code Ninjas to the UK and can’t wait to see what the future holds.”

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Kids coding is big business, both in the US and the UK, as parents continue to put emphasis on STEM education for their own children. Graham, a father of two, understands the obvious need for Code Ninjas centres in the UK:

“In this day and age, it’s crucial that our children are able to not just use but understand and master the technology that plays a part of their everyday lives. What we offer is a fun, safe place where kids can come and just be kids, whilst learning a valuable skill. That’s why the programme has performed so well. We now have more than 150 Code Ninjas centres across the US and Canada, with almost 100 more openings planned before the end of the year.”

David and his team are confident that the UK will replicate, if not surpass the US in terms of growth speed and breadth of coverage. Studies show that nine out of ten parents want their children to learn how to code, and Code Ninjas aims to provide that service to every community in the UK that will support it. A team of experts at Code Ninjas head office in the US, as well as an in-country team in Britain, will support UK franchisees as they work to get centres open, operational and profitable.

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“Our priority is to support the Prasad and his fellow franchisees with a seamless and successful launch of the very first UK Code Ninjas. Here’s to the first of many launches this side of the pond!”

Source: BQ Live