Description: ComputerXplorers is a home-based franchise aiming to help children aged 3 to 13 discover their technology and computer skills through exploration in fun weekly classes. Opportunities: Opportunities available in UK and Ireland. Master License opportunities available in Ireland. Business Type: Franchise. Minimum Investment: £10,000. Financing Assistance: Yes, through a third party. Training Provided: Yes. Home-based: Yes.
ComputerXplorers is part of the world’s largest education franchised network, whose goal is to help children discover their own technology and computer skills through exploration.
ComputerXplorers is the leading provider of quality technology education for children from the ages of 3 to 13. The clubs and classes we deliver are engaging, educational and fun, and are run in a variety of settings, such as after school clubs, pre-school and nurseries, summer camps and in-curriculum time classes.
With 11 million+ children and over 58,000 schools the market potential is huge, and with a low-cost base, profit margins are very healthy. ComputerXplorers is run by a very experienced management team and offers franchise owners extensive support, including first-class training, comprehensive marketing programmes and tools, own website for franchise owners, extensive Extranet, centralised marketing programmes, etc.
If you are looking to run your own business, take control of your future and make a genuine difference to children’s lives, then ComputerXplorers could be the business for you.
Work with children to develop computing skills – an innovative franchise opportunity
A 'work from home' franchise, ComputerXplorers is part of the world’s largest franchised network providing quality technology education for children.
A leading franchise in children's services
Why choose ComputerXplorers?
Our goal is to help children discover their own technology and computer skills through innovative exploration of the widest range of the latest technology.
For pre-school children ComputerXplorers covers everything from podcasting, digital photography, programming and robotics to digital microscopes and an introduction to the internet. Primary school children learn programming, digital storytelling, animation, web design, coding, forensic science, video game design, music technology and much more.
Education is at the heart of the business with the emphasis kept on fun!
Classes are linked to the national curriculum in England, the Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland, the national curriculum for Wales and the NCCA curriculum in Ireland.
Above all though ComputerXplorers is about education with a small “e” and fun with a capital “F”.