Debra Thomas recently celebrated the first anniversary of her MagiKats franchise in Hereford.
International mentor, Louisa Whittaker, returns to her hometown to open MagiKats in East Grinstead.
Kathryn Mellett chose Magikats to make sure students had every opportunity to realise their full potential as they worked to gain life skills and good qualifications.
Lindsey Falconer opened her MagiKats Centre in Fleet in October 2015.
When Jane Williams wanted a new challenge, she opened the first MagiKats Tuition Centre in Wales. So, one year on, how is it going?
Enthusiasm and a passion for education are the key qualities that sisters Sarah, 26, and Holly Bell, 28, bring to their enormously successful MagiKats Workshops in Hove.
As an ex-teacher, I find the MagiKats work comprehensive, written to a good standard and accessible to the students.Julie Sleightholme, MagiKats Franchisee
Being a MagiKats franchisee has completely changed my life - for the better! I now have plenty of time for my family and friends, whereas before I used to be rushing from home to work. Life is 100% more enjoyable nowadays!Stefanie Kosky, MagiKats Franchisee
I only have to work approximately 20 hours a week with my centre and I'm earning a great full-time salary. The MagiKats HQ staff are really active and always ready to help, motivate and support you when required. That’s all you need to be honest.Iftikhar Hussain, MagiKats Franchisee in Edinburgh
Gain great satisfaction from making a visible difference to the children in your community, by helping them achieve their potential and grow in confidence.
Enjoy the safety and reassurance of having well organised business materials, advice and training behind you, as well as the support of people who care about your success.
Enjoy the fun and challenge of running your own profitable business with all the hard work involved in setting it up done for you.