Funky preschool dance classes for girls & boys! Join our award-winning, family-friendly, supportive network and be in business for yourself, not by yourself!
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Who can you help?
At diddi dance we are looking for highly motivated individuals who have the passion & drive to run their own business and make it a success, but just need the assistance & guidance in setting one up. You don’t need to be a qualified dance teacher to be a diddi dance Franchisee. At diddi dance we don’t teach technique but the enjoyment of moving to music. We are therefore looking for people with the right attitude & enthusiasm to engage preschoolers.
How can you help?
We know and understand the challenges & costs of setting up your own business, which is why we offer such a comprehensive and low-cost business in a box. Our franchise opportunity gives you the chance to build your own business and thrive in an environment where you can use your skills and our training to become your own boss of a successful business.
What makes you unique?
diddi dance allows franchisees to offer unique classes, Early Years sessions & parties in exclusive territories. diddi dance engages and inspires children’s own creativity by using action songs, dancing games, fun exercises, hoops and dance ribbons to our own, original funky pop songs. diddi dance is the ONLY preschool dance program to explore 16 themes of dance ranging from Country to Bollywood, Salsa to Disco and everything in between catering to all tastes. We want franchisees to utilise our brand and knowledge to build their own successful business. We’ll support you in the set up and running of the business but it’s flexible for you to develop in the way you wish.
Tell us why you decided to exhibit at the Mums Enterprise Roadshow in 2018?
"Having attended this exhibition as a guest I could see how dynamic, exciting and perfect for our brand it was. We are thrilled to be exhibiting our franchise offering to the visitors attending.” Anne-Marie Martin, diddi dane Founder & Managing Director