Franchise Times features British Swim School in its outline of terrific swim school concepts.
British Swim School:
The concept: Rita Goldberg was a national swimmer before founding British Swim School in her home country of England back in 1981. The concept teaches young children to survive in water, not just swim, and Goldberg says, “Lessons begin and end with fun. …This helps imprint activities and routines learned during lessons to keep them safe.” BSS focuses on finding under-utilized pools rather than building from the ground up, which she says provides flexibility.
The stats: British Swim School has nearly 200 pool locations and 85 franchisees. Because pool space is rented, there’s no buildout cost and capital outlay is “modest.” The total investment range is $92,900 to $239,400, making it the least expensive of those featured here. Average total revenue is $447,391, per the FDD.
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