Had a baby and not wanting to go back to work? Can’t afford the childcare to return to your old job? Why not consider some franchise opportunities aimed at mums.
Creation Station – Love arts and crafts? Want to help kids and toddlers be creative. The creation station starts there classes from babies so they are perfect if you want to rung Monday to Friday times, then you can add older kids classes on evenings and weekends. They even do some parties.
Find out more here: https://www.thecreationstation.co.uk/run-your-own-franchise
Sophie-Ray Jones who works for doTERRA says “It’s an amazing company that does so much good all over the world. Our products are essential oils, and we cut out the middle men so that the growers in developing countries deal directly with doTERRA and therefore get a much better income. Our products themselves are used to provide a natural alternative for healthcare, physical and emotional health and also to make non-toxic cleaning and beauty products (we also have these ready made too!)”
Start up costs start at £24 with no kit or £122.40 or £150.60 for two of our most popular kits.
I had no prior experience, and the business is really built on a person getting the products into their lives, using them and then sharing what they’ve found with others… We have loads of education and resources, and most people start simply and then develop it into the areas they are passionate about…mine is to help women feel amazing, and to empower them in the areas of emotions, hormones and low-tox living. I love “playing” with my oils, and making new things, and I’ve become completely fascinated in a whole new world of how nature can really help us in our lives!
My online shop is mydoterra.com/natfab
Sarah Anderson works with Arbonne and says “It’s a great company because everyone wants to see everyone succeed and do well . Can do around your life and pick how many hours and when you work .
“Botanically based and scientifically tested products in the areas of Skincare, Bath & Body, Nutrition and Cosmetics. No harmful chemicals.
Vegan , gluten free, nut free.”
Find out more here – http://www.arbonne.com/pws/SarahAnderson117805001/tabs/register.aspx
If you enjoy swimming and have a passion for teaching kids water confidence and to learn to swim then the puddle ducks franchise may be the one for you. Many of these are run at private health clubs afterschool or in the evenings with some through the day for the under 5’s market. Prices per class are quite high so you could see a good return on investment.
Contact Puddle Ducks for more information.
Avon is a favourite of many people who love make up and beauty products. It has a low set up fee and you walk around the local area posting brochures, take them to your local groups for people to have a browse and place orders on the website. It has been going for a very long time and you even burn some calories while walking around so it is win win.