The company's growth and success has been amazing.
Solihull (PRWEB UK) 24 January 2013
Rhythm Time, the popular children’s music group providing quality music classes to local babies, toddlers and pre-school children, has announced a significant investment opportunity to purchase its highly successful Solihull music franchise.
Founded in Solihull in 1995 by local mum and musician, Kathy Doolan, Rhythm Time is continuing to expand its network of successful franchises across the UK.
“Solihull is where I started Rhythm Time and the company’s growth and success has been amazing,” says Kathy. “We now have 35 franchises across the UK and they all share my passion for music and the effects it has on the development of young children. This exciting franchise opportunity in Solihull will enable me to focus on the national development of the company and ensure that it continues to achieve even greater success,” she adds.
Kathy, a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, established Rhythm Time after having her own children, and created a set of unique music courses especially written for the three different age groups.
Rhythm Time is a family-owned business that continues to grow from strength to strength. For more information on this local business opportunity, call Kathy on 0121 711 4224 or visit http://www.rhythmtime.net/kd9
Rhythm Time Marketing
0121 711 4224
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Kathy Doolan, owner and founder of Rhythm Time, started the company in Solihull 1995. As a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, Kathy is a firm believer in the power and importance of music for babies, toddlers and pre-school children. Rhythm Time sold their first music franchise in 2000 and it still remains one of the largest within the group.
Rhythm Time now has 35 franchises all over the UK, operating in 190 areas with approximately 9,500 children attending classes weekly.
Kathy has managed the local Solihull franchise since the start of the company back in 1995. Due to the ongoing success of the business nationally, she now needs to pass over the management of the local franchise to a new and talented entrepreneur, in order for her to drive the business forward on a national scale.