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4 New Studios Coming Soon!

Pinot & Picasso New Studios

It’s time for another new studio announcement! Pinot & Picasso are thrilled to welcome FOUR new studios opening over the next couple of months!

These communities are all unique in their own way but we know they will be very welcoming to our little paint and sip experience! The new franchisees are ready to get amongst the community to inspire creativity, bring people together and have fun!

See which locations are welcoming a Pinot & Picasso studio!

We’re so excited to announce these new locations! The studios are:

Pinot & Picasso Redland

Pinot & Picasso Launceston

Pinot & Picasso Shepparton 

Pinot & Picasso Cairns

 

Is one of these new studios in your area? Check out their upcoming sessions, show your support, and be the first to try our paint and sip experience in their territory! 

5 Advantages of Buying a Franchise

Advantages of Buying a Franchise
At Pinot & Picasso, we’ve seen firsthand the benefits of being a franchise. From our ongoing guidance to our franchise network to being cost-effective, the pros definitely outweigh the cons.

Here are the five advantages of buying a franchise!

 

WE’VE GOT YOUR BACK

The massive benefit of franchising is that you won’t ever feel like you’re on your own. That’s one of the scary things about starting your own business. Pinot & Picasso offers the independence you desire for a small business, but the support from HQ will always be there. 

We like to think our franchise network is one of the best aspects of our company. Not only is our HQ team supportive, but our franchisees are always there to offer advice, tips and support. They’ve all been in the same position of opening a studio and are encouraging your small business’s success. 

 

NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

You don’t need to be a qualified business owner or have worked in the arts industry to operate a Pinot & Picasso studio. Our HQ team offers extensive training when you sign your final franchise agreement. From onboarding, local area marketing and website training, you’ll feel like your own boss in no time!

The training doesn’t stop there. Our HQ team runs webinars and organises monthly meetings to ensure you make the most of your small business throughout the year, especially during our busy periods like Christmas and Mother’s Day!

 

A KEY TO SUCCESS 

In business circles, franchises have a higher success rate than start-up businesses. This doesn’t mean triumphs are guaranteed. We like to say you get out of your business what you put in.

While we provide you with the recipe for operating your studio and ongoing support, we love seeing our franchises come into their own as business owners and make the most of the opportunity. This is why many franchise owners turn this investment into a passion. 

 

COST-EFFECTIVE, WE LIKE THAT

One of the big bonuses of franchising is that it can cost less than starting your own business in the same field. It knows that you’re investing your money into a business model that works and can give you peace of mind and motivation. 

While we admire start-ups (we were one back in the day!), we’re proud of how our franchise ROI is, on average, 12 months, and our franchisees can start making profits from their studio. 

 

REPUTATION

Reputation can be seen as a negative, depending on who you are. Still, we believe our combination of rapid growth and our unique and exciting entertainment experience bids us a positive reputation. 

With over 70 studios across Australia and New Zealand in three years of franchising, we believe our reputation comes down to our successful digital business model, proven management and work practices and supportive HQ team. 

 

Interested in buying a Pinot & Picasso franchise? Book a call with our Franchise Sales Manager today!

Pinot & Picasso X The Mentor with Mark Bouris!

Pinot & Picasso X The Mentor with Mark Bouris
Pinot & Picasso founders, Aaron Carrasco and James Crowe, sat down with the king of business, Mark Bouris, and recorded an episode on his podcast The Mentor.

As a highly regarded and respected strategic businessman in Australia, Mark Bouris created The Mentor podcast to encourage and tell stories of the unsung heroes; the small entrepreneurial business owners. The Mentor is now one of the top ranked business podcasts in Australia – it’s kind of a big deal! 

High-school mates turned business partners, James & Aaron chatted with Mark about what it was like opening Pinot & Picasso in their hometown in Western Sydney, assessing and rationalising risk when deciding to take your first leap in business, and making data-driven decisions. 

Pinot & Picasso had rapid franchise growth, due to the popularity and demand for getting away from screens. Pinot & Picasso has become the go-to activity for birthday parties, Hen’s Nights, and catching up with family or friends on the weekend. With several sales funnels, franchisees are able to own their business with the help and support of a team of experts at HQ.

It was incredibly humbling to hear Mark Bouris loves the concept and is planning to take his team to a session in one of our Pinot & Picasso studios this year.

Listen to the episode below!

NSW territories may be officially sold out, but join our franchisees that own remotely or find a studio in your state today! Opportunities to franchise across Australia, New Zealand and UK are now available!

FRANCHISEE FOCUS: DEBBIE & KATRINA FROM REDCLIFFE

Pinot & Picasso Redcliffe
Debbie & Katrina took only SIX WEEKS to open their first Pinot & Picasso studio in Redcliffe. Their pure enthusiasm and passion for our lifestyle business drove them to being the ultimate movers and shakers!
We talked to both Debbie & Katrina about their journey so far, their upcoming plans, and what advice they’d give to those thinking about joining the Pinot & Picasso network!

How did you first hear about Pinot & Picasso? 

KATRINA: After spending Saturday afternoon looking up franchise opportunities on random websites, Pinot & Picasso popped up as an ad on my Facebook feed later that night – they are always listening! I was immediately interested – not because I can paint but because it sounded like a fun & profitable business! 

 

What convinced you to join Pinot & Picasso as a Franchisee? 

KATRINA: After doing all of the Facebook stalking I could on Pinot & Picasso on a Sunday, I told Debbie about it on Monday at work. We decided then and there that it was the business for us and made contact with HQ that day. The biggest convincer for me was that the franchise information said we could have a studio up & running in six weeks… so, that’s what we did! 

DEBBIE: I was convinced to join Pinot & Picasso as it was told to me that it’s a ‘lifestyle’ business, and that appealed to me. 

 

You had your first studio up & running in six weeks! What was this process like becoming a Pinot & Picasso Franchisee? 

KATRINA: It was a whirlwind and a blur, fuelled by coffee and wine! HQ met our pace and everything was pretty straightforward – they assisted when we needed help, and answered every question we had. We were given comprehensive guides for each step we needed to take in order to open in our desired timeframe. Everything fell into place quite easily. That being said, to save money, we did most of the shop-fit ourselves which was hard work! We completed a huge fit-out, flew to Sydney for a weekend of training at HQ, and hired & trained our staff in six weeks. At the time it was challenging, but looking back it was the most exciting and wonderful time watching it all come together with my bestie – we don’t like to do things slowly! 

DEBBIE: The process was exciting. The training was empowering and encouraging – that propelled us to work hard to get it up & running. It was a whirlwind – a lot of planning and trips to Bunnings! It was busy, hot work as we did a lot of the physical work ourselves, and that has brought us alot of satisfaction looking back. All that combined with learning a new business made for a busy time, and having someone to share the workload was invaluable! 

 

What has the community been like towards your studio?

KATRINA: One of the best things about having our studio where it is, is the friendly people and businesses around them. We are amazed how far guests travel to visit our ocean view studio in Redcliffe after someone tells them about us! The view is unbeatable! 

We always make sure to be wearing our Pinot & Picasso shirts while out & about, and people stop us to ask about our studio no matter where we are. We have sponsored, supported and donated to every local community group that has reached out to us, and this has created amazing connections with locals. 

DEBBIE: We have had great support from the community. The location of our Redcliffe studio has helped – who doesn’t love looking at the ocean? We have been contacted by many local businesses to organise pop-ups and we love being out meeting local businesses too. 

 

What is a typical day for you as Franchisees?

KATRINA: First things first – Pilates followed by coffee! Then, it’s all business (and fun!) until 3pm – answering emails, planning session calendars, Zoom meetings, social media, pop-up venue inspections, staff meetings, long lunches – every day is different! It is generally prosecco time by 4pm! We visit each studio at least once a week – we trust our staff implicitly. Our great team of hosts and artists let us know when something needs attention. We can work as little or as much as we like on any given day, and we always try to have at least three days a week work-free. 

DEBBIE: A typical day for us starts with Pilates and coffee! We then put our Franchisee hats on and get on the laptop to answer emails, cover social media, and staff rosters. We try to visit the studios only once a week to check stock, unpack stock, check cleaning, etc. Our staff really look after the studios, so we are very lucky. 

 

You now have two studios, what was that decision like for both of you? Any plans for more?

KATRINA: Absolutely! We said from our very first phone call with HQ that we wanted three studios. We signed on for our second as soon as the dust settled on our first studio, and did it all again! It was a no-brainer and the decision was made together very quickly. It was so much easier the second time as we knew exactly what to do and who to call. We’re still waiting for the dust to settle on studio number two, but number three may not be too far away! 

DEBBIE: Once we had completed Redcliffe, we wanted a new challenge. It was always our aim to own two or three studios, so watch this space! 

 

What have been your biggest challenges as Franchise Owners?

KATRINA: Paperwork and number crunching! Not having structured or set work days have been a bit challenging for me, but I am making progress! 

DEBBIE: The biggest challenge as a Franchise Owner for me is keeping up with the behind the scenes bookwork. The studio work is easy and a lot of fun, so it is easy to do. Whether it is adding sessions or sending our rosters, setting up for an event or even going into the studios to clean – I enjoy that! I don’t get excited by reconciling receipts, so that is a challenge for me. 

 

Has becoming a Franchisee changed your life, if so how?

KATRINA: All for the better! Owning our own Pinot & Picasso studios has made life much more relaxed, enjoyable and flexible for myself and my family. I have something to be proud of, and I am challenged every day in a positive way. Also, the opportunity to get to know an amazing group of fellow Franchisees with the same goal – to make their studio’s the best they can be. All while having an amazing work and life balance! 

DEBBIE: This franchise has given me a better work and life balance – I don’t feel like I am working. I have flexibility in my day and I spend my work life with my best friend, so I am very lucky.

 

What has been your favourite thing about Pinot & Picasso?

KATRINA: So many things, but first and foremost is the support received from HQ which makes this statement ring true – “you are in business for yourself, but not by yourself”. Having started my own business before, I struggled with the burden of it all being on my shoulders. Being a Franchisee and knowing I have a whole group of talented people to help with every facet of our business brings an incredible sense of calm and confidence – personally and professionally. All that and getting to work with my best friend every day are just a few of my favourite things. I could go on and on! It’s the best thing I have ever done! 

DEBBIE: My favourite thing about Pinot & Picasso is that it is a lifestyle business when I know have the best work-life balance where my life is more than my work. Head Office is a great group of people to work with. 

 

What advice would you give to someone thinking of buying a Pinot & Picasso Franchise?

KATRINA: JUST DO IT! Feel the fear and do it anyway! You won’t regret it – it’s the perfect balance between work and play. I would suggest diving in with a friend so you can share the adventure, the work & fun, the decisions, and make memories together. It has been an amazing ride so far and I am so glad I am part of the family that is Pinot & Picasso! 

DEBBIE: I highly recommend this business if you want a fun, happy business to work in that gives your freedom in your everyday life. I strongly recommend having someone to do it with as not only does it share the workload, but you get to enjoy it more when you have someone to share the fun times with too!

 

Does the Pinot & Picasso lifestyle sound like a dream to you? Enquire about becoming a Franchise Owner today!

Pinot & Picasso goes West!

Pinot & Picasso Western Australia

Western Australia – we are HERE! 

Pinot & Picasso is now in SEVEN Australian states & territories (only one to go!). We’re opening our first studio in the beautiful city of Fremantle this weekend! By the end of October, our second WA studio will be open in the Perth CBD!

We know the people of WA have been waiting to enjoy our unique experience and we’re stoked to be granting their wish! We still have some great territories available in the biggest state in Australia.

Check out our locations below!

HOW GREAT ARE THESE WA TERRITORIES!

HOW GREAT ARE THESE WA TERRITORIES!

With WA being so vast, so are our available locations! You could own a Pinot & Picasso studio in: Armadale, Broome, Bunbury, Ellenbrook, Kalgoorlie, Morley, Quinns Rock, Rockingham, Wanneroo, or Willetton. 

We’ve worked hard to ensure that every Pinot & Picasso territory has the best chance of success. By calculating the total population and number of key demographics in each territory, we work to maximise return for all our franchise owners.

Book a call via the button below for more details on available franchise opportunities with Pinot & Picasso.

Make 2022 Your Year!

Pinot & Picasso Franchising

So, 2021 was just as average as 2020… Why not make 2022 extra special with a change to your career & lifestyle?!

Pinot & Picasso is continually looking for motivated & driven people to join our ever-growing Franchisee network! With over 50 studios in Australia and now operating in New Zealand, it is now a more exciting time than ever in the Pinot & Picasso world!

See what locations are available in both Australia & New Zealand below!

As you can see, we have so many great territories still available around the country! These Aussie communities would thrive with a P&P studio! Due to being sold out in NSW, we’ve seen many take on the challenge of running a studio interstate which has been met with success! Thanks to the digital nature of our business model, this is now more of a reality than a fantasy for business owners.

Enquire today about owning an Australian Pinot & Picasso studio!

Take your business ownership to the next level by operating a studio in New Zealand! With just three studios currently, there are plenty of locations to make the most of this international opportunity! With a P&P representative on the ground in NZ, we’re prepared and primed to support your journey—if you dare to take it!

Enquire today about owning a Pinot & Picasso in New Zealand!

We’ve worked hard to ensure that every Pinot & Picasso territory has the best chance of success. By calculating the total population and number of key demographics in each territory, we work to maximise return for all our franchise owners!

Ready to make a change? Enquire with us about joining the #1 Paint & Sip Franchise today!

Franchisee Focus: Elayna D’Ermilio

FranchiseeFocus-Elayna D'Ermilio

Pinot & Picasso Wetherill Park owner Elayna D’Ermilio has been a part of the Pinot & Picasso family for over two years. Her journey from P&P Artist to our youngest studio owner is truly inspiring. 

Elayna chatted with us about her experience so far as a Franchisee with Pinot & Picasso, her biggest challenges and what she loves about the brand! 



How did you first hear about Pinot & Picasso?

“A couple of years ago, I was working for a pretty awesome guy (now a fellow franchisee) tutoring his children. In May 2019, he told me about this business he was opening and offered me a job. That business happened to be Pinot & Picasso Rouse Hill, and I JUMPED at the opportunity because I loved art, and it just sounded so fun. For  the next couple of months, I got to learn what the business was all about and along the way, I got to see first-hand what it took to open one of these studios. In June 2019, I worked as the artist for his grand opening night!”



What convinced you to join Pinot & Picasso as a Franchisee?

Fast forward 2 years, having worked for Hany as both an artist and a manager for the Hills studios, I became interested in investment and business. I spoke with Hany and his wife about this, and they simply asked the question, “Have you ever considered opening your own studios?” I kind of laughed it off at first as I never thought that kind of investment at 21 years of age would be in my reach.

 After doing my research and deciding that I wanted to take the leap, I went for it and signed for Pinot & Picasso Wetherill Park in September 2020. Going into a franchise that I had prior experience with made sense because as a uni student, I was also concerned about taking on the additional commitment. In the end, I knew that managing these studios is a flexible model which can work around any lifestyle.”



What’s it been like working for P&P as both an artist and franchise owner?

“I thoroughly enjoyed my time as an artist when I was working for Hany. Working is always a blast when you get to do something you enjoy. I did it all – from pop-up functions to marketing events to local business evenings. I wanted to use my experience to mould my staff to the standard I knew worked at previous studios and be as personally involved with my business as possible. 

Due to the size of my studio, we often require two staff members. Nine times out of ten, it is me and one of my other girls. At first, the plan was to work there myself for the first few months and be a backup, but I genuinely enjoy it so much that I don’t think I will ever be able to take a step back!”

 

What was the process like becoming a P&P franchisee?

“After speaking with Hany, he arranged for me to talk to Aaron and James about what the process entails and the financial commitment. After getting all the information, we talked about the location. The Wetherill Park area was perfect for me as it was close enough to home. The territory that came with it had so much potential too. I took some time to explore and think it over, but once the decision was made and the deposit paid, I was on the hunt for a studio! 

This was definitely the most challenging part of my experience, as, at the time, there was not a lot of real estate on the market available. Whilst I was on the hunt, Head Office ensured I was equipped for when the time came. I received my training and began sourcing my staff. My previous experience with the company allowed me to start trading straight away doing pop up functions. This really supported my start as I could get my name out there by going into peoples homes and local businesses. Over that Christmas period, I ran 22 sessions with the help of my parents and partner.

But as they all say, good things come to those who wait! In December, I signed the lease for my dream studio space. Two months of designing and fitting out the studio, and bam! I had my grand opening on February 12th of this year with my first public session on Valentine’s Day!”



What have been your biggest challenges as a franchise owner?

“Being a business owner in my early twenties has also come with its challenges. There was so much to learn in terms of understanding the ins and outs of business ownership. Beyond that, I feared that I would potentially not be taken seriously when it came to negotiating with landlords, approaching fellow business owners and such. I quickly learned that I had nothing to worry about! Coming through as a franchisee of a massive brand like Pinot and Picasso, there is no way people can’t take you seriously. If anything, I was commended for pursuing this side hustle at my age!

This also may come as no surprise, but navigating the current pandemic has also been perhaps the biggest challenge so far. Going into this business last year, I knew that I was signing up with risk as COVID was not over. Still, I could not have predicted that after only 4 months of trading we would be closed until future notice. I had the experience of managing the Hills studios in 2020 during the lockdown, so I was prepared to handle the customer service side of things. Perhaps the biggest challenge now is having a positive mindset. Considering how busy we were pre lockdown, there are only good times to look forward to after getting through this!”



What is a typical day for you as a franchisee?

“Every day is different, but a typical day as a Franchisee would involve answering any email enquiries that have come through overnight first thing, followed by heading over to the studio to clean and set up for the weekend to come. 

Each week, I like to make my way around the area and do some networking. Whether that be grabbing a coffee and some lunch from our local cafe or visiting other business owners at potential pop up locations – it is important to be visually present and put back what you hope to receive into that community!”

 

What’s been your favourite thing about Pinot & Picasso?

“I adore meeting new people which has honestly been the highlight of both my time working as an artist and as a franchisee. As an artist, you get the opportunity to talk to people, ask what brought them into the session, and be a part of their celebration. I have seen many birthdays, hen’s nights, team building events and Christmas parties walk through P&P doors. They always leave raving about how incredible the experience was, particularly those who were sceptical people at first!”



Has becoming a Franchisee changed your life? If so, how?

“Becoming a Franchisee has changed my life in more ways than I could have imagined. Not only do I feel more financially independent and secure than I ever have before (or as early in my life as I could have imagined), I do feel as though I have grown as a person. I learned how to be confident and determined when making difficult decisions, and I quickly learned how passionate you become when you own something. I have never been as proud of myself as I was on my Grand Opening night.”



What advice would give to someone thinking of buying a Pinot & Picasso Franchise?

“Just like going into any business opportunity, you really want to make sure you are as informed as possible about everything to do with the brand, the owners and the overall culture of the company. For P&P, I would highly suggest that you visit a studio and have a go at a session if you haven’t already. Speak to a number of our franchise owners about their experience and ask why they chose to jump on board. Everyone has a different experience, but many of them will tell you that it all stemmed from attending a session, which honestly just goes to show how memorable the experience is. The franchisee community is willing to help!

If you are looking into purchasing a territory that may not be local to you, try and become as informed as possible regarding the culture and vibe of the local community. Find local vendors that you trust! Finally, my most significant piece of advice would honestly be to wait for the perfect studio site to come along. Don’t settle for something that isn’t ideal for you or your customers’ experience in the hopes of opening earlier.”



Does the Pinot & Picasso lifestyle sound like a dream to you? Enquire about becoming a Franchise Owner today!

SOLD OUT in NSW

P&P-SoldOut-NSW

First it was Sydney Metro, now it’s the entire state! Pinot & Picasso is officially SOLD OUT of locations in NSW. A feat that is unbelievable for our business that has only been franchising for 2 and a half years! 

This new milestone for Australia’s #1 Paint & Sip Franchise has seen our company grow both interstate and internationally. We’ve started securing more territories in Victoria, South Australia & Queensland, as our first studios in Tasmania and Western Australia prepare to open next month to a brand new audience.

Last week, our first New Zealand studio opened their doors and introduced our unique Pinot & Picasso experience to excited Kiwis! It really is the start of a wonderful journey!

Although NSW might be out of territories, we still have some amazing locations across the country and in NZ available! A big positive of this is that we’ve seen many new Franchisees jump on board and take on the opportunity of owning a studio in another location or state. 

Our HQ team is primed to help any Franchisee make their dream become a reality. At Pinot & Picasso, nothing is impossible and here is just a few reasons why we support anyone looking to own a studio from a distance:

We’re a digital, e-commerce based business!
Being an e-commerce platform, everything we do is managed online or within the digital space. Our website is manageable from everywhere, our advertising and social media spend is encouraged to be placed where we can see results, and all our lines of communication are cloud based. For an operator managing a business from distance, this is a dream.
 
Digital marketing is our jam!
 
We’re the first to admit that we aren’t artists, we’re marketers at heart. Building our business on a digital platform has always made us hyper aware that tracking sales is important. We know where every cent within our franchise business goes, and more importantly how much of that returns. With a strong relationship with our Digital Marketing Agency and years of experience/strategy within the digital space – we provide more and more opportunities for our Franchisee’s to make a healthy return.

Your Pinot & Picasso Life is managed from your pocket!
That’s right, we’ve even got our own app. From tracking attendees, refunds, to creating new sessions and processing payments for functions or large events – this app does it all. We like to ensure that Franchisee’s aren’t fish out of water when edits need to be made so we designed this thing for simplicity. The best part of it all? You can track your weekly sales as they come in.


We asked one of our Franchisees what it’s like operating a studio from a distance. Clinton from Pinot & Picasso Orange said:
“Challenging and rewarding all at the same time. The biggest challenge has been injecting ourselves into the local community and being accepted. This also meant long drives, time away from home and away from loved ones. However, we have met some amazing people on this journey and made some good friends throughout our adopted community. On top of this, we have a sound understanding of our region and can quite confidently call it a second home.”

Interested in finding out how you can manage a Pinot & Picasso studio remotely?

Franchisee Training 101 at Pinot & Picasso

Pinot & Picasso Franchise Training

Once you have jumped onboard the Pinot & Picasso train, we take you through Franchisee training at our Head Office! We cover all the bases and give you the right tools to help you become the best Franchisee possible! 

Once you have been introduced to everyone at Head Office, your training will begin. Here’s a summary of what we cover in Franchisee training:

 

  • System Access

We use multiple systems and platforms to help run different aspects of the business. The systems we have will help you with marketing, social media, staff rostering, stock ordering and delivery, adding sessions, and so much more! We set you up with a studio email which also gives you access to our Google Drive. Our shared Google Drive has all 

  • Artwork Gallery

What is Pinot & Picasso without its artworks? We’re not going to even answer that! Our Creative Council will show you our entire Pinot & Picasso artwork gallery in training. They will run you through all our types of sessions that we hold in our studio. 

  • Operations Management

This is the most important module in our training session. We cover many topics like roles & responsibilities, customer communication, staffing, studio maintenance, and pop-ups. This section really is the backbone of what it takes to run a Pinot & Picasso studio. Sound daunting? It really isn’t. We think this part of training will get you really excited for getting started and opening your studio!

  • Website Training

Your website is your biggest selling tool. Why? Because this is the place people come to buy tickets to your sessions. We take you through the backend of the website, adding and editing sessions, rescheduling and refunds, and WooCommerce. You’ll be a pro at this in no time!

  • Local Area Marketing

Now that you know the backend information and you’re ready to start selling tickets, we equip you with Our Local Area Marketing guide will be your helping hand in this process. From community outreach and influencers, to establishing yourself as an online powerhouse, all the info you need to get you started is right there!

  • Digital and Social Media Marketing 101

We take a further marketing step to help you with social media itself. Customers are most likely to stumble upon our business through social media so it is vital to know how to market your studio on Instagram and Facebook. We will help you understand the media landscape and create some strategies to be a social media whiz!

 

Book a call via the button below for more details on available opportunities with Pinot & Picasso.

47 Studios in 24 Months!

Pinot & Picasso Franchising

Not too long ago, Pinot & Picasso celebrated two years since we started franchising. Now, we have opened 47 studios in just 24 months! The buck doesn’t just stop there – we’re on track to reaching 50 studios over the next couple of weeks!

The journey from our first studio to our 47th has been a whirlwind to say the least! Here’s what it looked like!

  • Our first franchise: Byron Bay

After the success of our OG studio in Penrith, we took Pinot & Picasso to one of the biggest tourist destinations in NSW – Byron Bay. The studio opened in February 2019 and it kickstarted our franchising journey. It only took a couple of months until the next franchise signed on. Our Byron Bay studio really started the domino effect here at Pinot & Picasso!

  • Going interstate

A big milestone we reached only three months into franchising was opening our first interstate studio. We headed up to the Gold Coast in sunny Queensland with our Southport territory. We now have 13 interstate studios operating in Queensland, Victoria & the ACT. Our first location in South Australia is launching next month. 

  • The post-COVID boom

When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, we had 13 studios up & running. By the end of 2020, we had a total of 35 locations across the country. That’s right – we had 22 franchises jump on board in the space of six months! SIX MONTHS! This level of growth has continued into 2021 with an additional 12 studios open for business. 

  • Sold out in Metro NSW

At the end of last year, we sold out in the metro area of NSW. This achievement has turned our attention to targeting more territories in QLD, VIC & SA. We’re also looking to dip our toes into the great states of Western Australia, Tasmania & the Northern Territory by the end of 2021. 

  • To 50 and beyond!

We are only THREE studios away from raising the bat for our half-century! To think this landmark will come in under three years of franchising is truly mind-blowing! We have many more exciting locations in the pipeline and cannot wait to announce them over the coming weeks. 

 

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