Ninja Parc is restructuring its franchise site models with three distinct offerings.
The new business model follows the launch of the first smaller footprint offering in February 2022 and aims to provide more choice for potential franchisees.
The first option is the full-sized large 1200 sqm site that will provide an all-in-one play space for up to 100 visitors. A new ‘toddler zone’ option is an available add-on with a toddler-appropriate obstacle course for youngsters up to the age of five.
A medium size option can fit into a 600sqm footprint, featuring the most popular obstacles and programs in half the space of the full-sized site. The space can accommodate 60 users at a time.
Ninja Parc restructures with new boutique model available
A brand new boutique option with a 300 sqm footprint has minimal set-up requirements. It has a strong focus on kids’ only classes, has a space for birthday parties and a customer capacity of 40.
Ninja Parc founder John Pirlo said the restructure was based on a number of factors including feedback from prospective and existing franchisees and a desire to support more regional growth.
“At Ninja Parc, we understand that one size doesn’t fit all. That’s why we’ve created three franchise models to choose from, allowing franchisees to find something that suits their financial and/or operational needs while continuing to offer the same level of fun people have come to expect from a Ninja Parc.”
New models are attracting interest
The brand’s national franchise sales manager Magdalena Schoeman said the new options have already sparked interest in the market, with a sharp increase in new business enquiries.
“We’ve seen enquiries double since introducing the new models and already have amazing franchise partners committed for the new small and medium options.”
Ninja Parc is part of the Belgravia Group’s health and fitness portfolio.