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Is this you? You want to run your own business that’s dynamic, fulfilling and financially rewarding. This could be the business for you. You can run it from home (if that’s your wish) whilst providing financial security for you and your family.
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Full Time or Part Time
Franchise opportunities available across the UK.
SportsCool Franchise Testimonials
Below is a selection of testimonials from people that operate the SportsCool Franchise or have used the SportsCool business services in the past.
Sales have been booming! I have learnt so many successful strategies to maximise sales and how to market to schools.
Support from SportsCool is top class. Without their support none of this would have been possible.
I decided to start SportsCool Belfast as I wanted to create a business that aligned with my values so I would be able to make a positive difference in schools and communities here in Northern Ireland. Being able to give back and work with children to promote a healthy and active lifestyle while incorporating it into my own business is something that I've wanted to do for a long time, so it's all just fallen into place at the right time to do it now.
Children are our future, so making sure that they are physically and mentally healthy is now a mission of mine which SportsCool Belfast will deliver.
“We quickly got accepted into the HAF programme in only 5 days, we believe it’s incredible how fast we were accepted and the impact that has on so many vulnerable children and their families. Furthermore, we had a surplus amount of aid and help from SportsCool, we got assistance with the meetings from Lee, and extremely beneficial help from Matt surrounding the figures for the club. Over the summer we had many children into our sports HAF club, this brought in £17,000 revenue with 50 different children joining for the summer, and we are looking at a £5,000 revenue this winter. In Summer, we did a broad range of different activities to get children with all sorts of different personalities and likings such as; Football, archery, Tri-golf, Curling, Badminton and Volley ball for the sports side of the list. However, we did some more relaxed activities for children who aren’t massively keen on sports. We also conducted; Lego activities, air drying clay, arts and crafts and experimenting with plants and seeds. For the winter, some of these activities are coming back while also adapting these activities to be Christmas themed and as well as a visit from Santa Claus. This winter we are having separate HAF sessions for SEN children which includes specialised sensory equipment and adapting existing activities for their needs. It’s been amazing I’m so proud to be involved bringing happiness and sports to the children in my community.”