Contact details

Member - Associate
Children/Play Education
Martin Clabby
01483 610414
Guildford, Surrey

About busylizzy


Company Overview

Established in 2011 in response to a lack of good quality, fun and professionally run classes for postnatal mums, babies and toddlers, busylizzy was born. Our unique concept, high service levels, awesome choice, innovative use of technology and brilliant value have captured the imagination of parents in what was otherwise a traditional sector.

The busylizzy brand has helped define a new category of family entertainment provision – ‘The Family Club‘ transforming the way parents attend classes with their children.

Franchise Overview

Franchisor of the Year 2016Having dominated Surrey with 5 successful franchised clubs – we now feel the time is right to expand our operations across the UK and we are looking for suitable parents to share in our success and start a busylizzy franchise in their area. We will give you the opportunity to replicate our business and build your own family club with all the support, knowledge, first class business systems, processes, marketing materials and experience you would expect from a professional, high quality franchisor.


Key Information

  • Network Size: 0-10 units
  • Franchise Type: Management
  • Typical Start-up Cost: £15,000
  • Minimum Personal Investment: £7,500
  • Franchise Location: Home-based
  • Market: B2B & B2C

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You will receive three days of intensive and practical training at head office, covering every aspect of running a successful business. We then hold your hand and guide you through setting up your busylizzy club and the first three months of your club opening. Practical help and advice is always available from our head office team.

We also have a state-of-the-art online operations portal with videos, how-tos, tips, guides...in fact, everything you'll ever need at your fingertips!


Daily Life of a Franchisee

As a management franchise, running a busylizzy club involves managing your instructor team, liaising with venues and engaging with your members to ensure they are having a good time. You do not teach the classes - you manage your club admin from home and spend the day meeting like-minded families whilst promoting your business and growing your membership. You will need to be an outgoing self-starter and be comfortable initiating conversations with parents.

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