British Swim School
Survival of The Littlest.
Our mantra, “Survival of the Littlest” not only applies to our program aimed at enabling the very young to survive a water accident. It reflects the growing number of British Swim School Franchise Owners who began their journey as entrepreneurs with limited investment capital, who now are all now multi-unit successful business owners. Find out more about how saving lives of little ones, can create better lives for business owners.
WHY BRITISH SWIM SCHOOL?
Programs for Infants
Revolutionary Water Survival
Leader in “Learn to Swim” Programs
Gentle and Fun
MEET RITA GOLDBERG
Over 30 years ago, former competitive swimmer Rita Goldberg began a personal quest to find purpose in her life after swimming. Little did she know that starting a small swim school in her basement would evolve into one of the most progressive, life – saving swim programs on the planet.
2014 FINANCIAL RESULTS
From Franchise Owner, Bonnie Alcid
Annual Swim Lesson Revenue
MEET OUR FRANCHISE FAMILY
Antony previously worked with Rita, managing British Swim School Corporate’s head office. After experiencing the joy of helping teach children to swim, and also seeing first-hand the success that the Franchise Owners were having with their British Swim School businesses, Antony decided that he too wanted to dive-in as an Owner. Antony’s application was approved, as his references from his former employer were apparently outstanding!
Becky is currently the VP of Sales for IBM Storage Devices. Becky wanted to keep her “day-job”, so she sought out a flexible business model, as well as something scalable. To that end, she was able to open five pools last year, when her business plan only aimed for two. Her British Swim School continues to flourish, as does her career at IBM. But, what takes the cake, above all of this, is the enjoyment she gets by walking into one of her pools and seeing the smiles of the kids faces as they learn to love the water!
Cassie had worked at a number of Swim Schools as an Instructor, prior to becoming a Franchise Owner. When she first experienced British Swim School, she quickly realized that the program and teaching methods Rita developed over decades were far superior to anything she had seen before. The challenge, so she thought, was that a Swim School franchise requires anywhere from $500,000 – $1,000,000 liquid capital to launch. Of course, she was delighted to be mistaken!