The Scallymag Business is a Local Parenting Magazine Franchise. Every parent should have access to a Scallymag! Could you be the one to create yours for your town? If you care about your community and have a personal need for a stimulating, rewarding, flexible part-time, yet profitable career this could be for you!
Why don’t YOU be the one to provide this vital service to families in your area while earning money at the same time? A part time, profitable, flexible franchise opportunity is just waiting for you!
The Scallymag brand is owned by Catalyze Enterprises Ltd and, through careful design and development, has firmly established itself as a well-respected, trusted, successful, local parenting magazine, all run by mums working from home.
The first Scallymag was created in 2003 and is still going strong. The magazine is
With its focused and guaranteed distribution network the The Scallymag Business has become the chosen advertising platform for family-orientated businesses and public service providers.
As a Local Parenting Magazine Franchise owner you are self-employed but never alone.
You will receive:
Every parent should have access to a Scallymag! Could you be the one to create yours for your town?
The ideal franchise owner is a mum who has recently stopped work to raise a family. She cares about her community and has a personal need for a stimulating, rewarding, flexible part-time, yet profitable career.
You do not have to be a writer, sales expert, designer or have previous business management experience, but you will have to be bright, literate, organized, enthusiastic and be driven to succeed.
To buy your first area, the total cost is £2,000. That is split into £475 initial training fee and set-up costs, followed by the franchise area fee of £1,525, payable when you are ready to sign the agreement and begin work.
After that there is an ongoing fee of 5% of turnover, payable each issue you produce. Scallymag recommend a working capital of about £1,500 to get your first issue to press.
This franchise begins as a five year opportunity and, as the magazine becomes established and advertising sales gains momentum, the opportunity to increase revenue is unlimited.
A Scallymag editor typically produces four magazines per year, after year two Scallymag would expect a profit to be earned of £12,000 – 15,000, after year four around £20,000. Further income can be generated by selling your skills to other franchisees (by selling your features or your design skill), or even taking on another area to create another magazine.
I had no experience in running a magazine but have thoroughly enjoyed the challenge and have had a fantastic response to my first issue!Sara - Watford Scallymag Editor
26th February 2017
Introducing Sara, the editor of Scallymag Watford