Fifteen Mums Launch Their Own Children’s Arts And Crafts Creation Station Franchise In August 2016

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With the growing demand for more creativity in childhood, fifteen mums have chosen to change their careers and run their own arts and crafts Creation Station franchise.

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Fifteen women train and launch their new Creation Station Franchise in August 2016   

Now 104 women and men are running their own Creation Station franchise with their own exclusive territory across the UK. The franchise opportunity provides a comprehensive marketing mix of all year round income streams including preschool and family fun classes, after school clubs, retail, party and event entertainment.

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Liz Edwards getting creative with her Creation Station franchise 


“I wanted to replace my full time salary and do something that I really enjoyed. When I came
across The Creation Station I could instantly see the potential. Their values are all about making a difference, and that’s really important to me
” smiles Liz Edwards

“Training has been awesome! It’s given me the knowledge, confidence and skills to start my business straight away. From the team at Creative Hub to other fellow franchisees I feel I’ve joined a really supportive family, it’s a great feeling”.   

People are attracted to the Creation Station because it also offers a flexible business opportunity that can be tailored to suit the needs and aspirations of each franchise owner.

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Farah Wahed getting involved in practical session during training.  

“I’d attended the classes with my own children and so I had first hand experience of the benefits of the Creation Station approach on nurturing my children’s imagination and potential.“ explained Farah mum to two.  “I reached a point in my career where I wanted to have more control over my working week so I could prioritise time with my children and at the same time build a business was that mine. The Creation Station has so much scope I know I have the potential and support to build my business at a rate that suits me and my family”

The fifteen new creation station franchise owners are inspiring imaginations in the following locations;

Liz Edwards is running Creation Station Sleaford

Sharon Keirle is running Creation Station Cranbrook and Exminster

Julia Martin is running Creation Station Bicester

Joanna Cameron is running Creation Station Lancaster

Christina Turnbull is running Creation Station Gateshead

Catherine Scott is running Creation Station Chester

Louisa Theyers is running Creation Station Spondon

Rachel McLauchlin is running Creation Station South Shields

Tina Harris is running Creation Station Greasby

Paula Martin-King is running Creation Station Sunderland West

Farah Wahed is running Creation Station North Finchley

Victoria Rundle is running Creation Station Malborough

Cheryl O’Connor is running Creation Station Ormskirk

Kay Fletcher is running Creation Station Belper

Laurie Keating is running Creation Station Shirley –West Midlands.oHolland

To find out more about the fun and educational classes, parties, events and products visit

www.thecreationstation.co.uk

If you would like to find out more about running your own Creation Station request your free information pack here.

 

About yourcreationstation

We love to inspire imaginations, and we have a wealth of fun activities, ideas and general cool stuff to do this. So whether it is activities or classes for your child, fabulous birthday party entertainment or activities for an event we can help. You can even run your own Creation Station inspiring business that fits brilliantly around family life.

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