Emma Goldstraw runs her Kiddy Cook business in North Staffordshire.
Charlotte Carr has run her Kiddy Cook franchise in Leighton Buzzard since 2009.
Hear from Frances Webster who set up the Norwich franchise of Kiddy Cook in April 2010.
Emma Lawn tells us what it is really like being a Kiddy Cook franchisee.
At the end of my first financial year I turned over £16,000. At the end of my fourth financial year (April 2014) I turned over approximately £50,000, which I am thrilled with.Frances Webster, Kiddy Cook Norwich
DO IT, TAKE THE JUMP, ITS GREAT, very satisfying and actually fun!Emma Lawn, Kiddy Cook Harrogate
I would recommend it to anyone who is serious about making a success of their own business but is in need of a helping hand to get going.Charlotte Carr, Kiddy Cook Leighton Buzzard
The only cooking franchise to offer an evidence based programme of school cookery workshops
Successful business model with the potential to build a financially rewarding business from varied income streams
A structured franchise with the flexibility for franchisees to develop their business in a way that works for them