Dragons’ Den business roadshow hits Scotland
The new series of BBC’s Dragons’ Den has got underway and to inspire a whole new generation of entrepreneurs one of the most successful business on the show tells its success story to Edinburgh and Glasgow.
Razzamataz Theatre Schools gained national recognition when Managing Director and Founder Denise Hutton-Gosney entered the show with some energetic students who performed the Razz jingle.
“As a successful businessman, I instinctively recognise an excellent opportunity,” said Duncan Bannatyne. “That’s why I chose to invest in Razzamataz Theatre Schools. The commitment, enthusiasm and sound business sense of the team, coupled with their proven track record of success led me to become part of the business.”
Since appearing on the show, the business has boomed with now almost 40 franchise schools up and down the country, and according to The Stage newspaper, is one of the top five part-time theatre schools in the UK. The franchise business has been a popular choice for a wide range of people, from mums who want an exciting career to fit around their children, to young entrepreneurs with the dedication to succeed in business, because the beauty is that Razzamataz gives you all the support you need to strike out on your own. What you MUST have is a passion for the performing arts and the dedication to work with children and young people.
In order to attract the most suitable franchisees, Razzamataz is traveling up and down the England and Scotland to meet the most promising candidates. On 19 and 20 of September, the Razzamataz team will be traveling to Glasgow and Edinburgh and holding their own Discovery Den to allow prospective franchisees to meet the team in an informal atmosphere and find out more about Razzamataz.
This will give them the chance to learn more about the business, including how Razzamataz attracts top-level third parties including The Stage newspaper, Universal Pictures, First Choice Holidays and the Love Cravendale campaign. More about the high-level training and support sessions which are constantly available with Razzamataz from a range of experienced professionals from across the sectors from PR and Marketing to Social Media and IT support, and most importantly a chance to speak to current franchisees who have found that following the formulae that Denise Hutton-Gosney and Duncan Bannatyne created has allowed them to have a flexible but financially rewarding business.