Make sport your business with Premier Sport in Canada
Premier Sport has been providing schools, children and parents with innovative sports and coaching programmes and initiatives for over 15 years.
It is one of the UK’s largest children’s coaching company of its kind. Established in 1999 the company provides a wide range of services to schools and communities throughout the UK. The company has over 100 franchised territories in the UK and is seeking ambitious individuals to become country master franchisees and regional developers in Canada.
David Batch CEO of Premier said: “We have a 15 year track record of trading successfully and are the UK’s biggest activity provider in UK schools. Our model gives franchisees the tools needed to combine being your own boss and leading a team of qualified coaches, whilst presenting a lifestyle choice you can be proud of. More importantly, our work positively influences young people both in their school environment and beyond.”
He added: “Country master franchisors and regional developers may be those who have a portfolio of franchise brands, who operate in the sports coaching sector or within the children’s leisure market. Franchisees will be given extensive support and back-up to build a successful and profitable franchise network in their country. This will include start up and on-going training, marketing support and business systems. The ideal candidate will be someone with growth ambition to develop the Premier Sport brand within the country or region as opposed to single unit franchisees.”
Premier delivers 20,000 events per month, (predominately in the primary school sector), and each young person entrusted to the company’s care receives the highest quality coaching/instruction available.
To give you a better idea of Premier Sport’s coverage in the UK, they had over 7 million visits for an hour of activity from September 2013 to August 2014 - this is the equivalent of EVERY primary school pupil in the UK doing 1 hour of physical activity.
These numbers represent even more young people than ever before experiencing some form of physical activity through their innovative Inspire Programme.