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Q: A: What makes A David Ross Acting Academy franchise different?

A: The David Ross Acting Academy is a new an exciting opportunity that through its simple 'turnkey' start up program, allows you to to launch your school and start earning profits quickly.

Q: How do I populate my classes?

A: Our proven marketing strategies will allow you to populate your classes quickly and easily while maintaining a low marketing overhead.

Q: Do I have to pay a large royalty?

A: No, The David Ross Acting Academy wants its franchisees to be successful and motivated, so we only take a set MSF (Management Service fee) so the franchisee knows where they stand and allows them to keep more of their profits.

Q: I have been a teacher and I am concerned about administration and paperwork?

A: Our simple administrative tools allow our franchisees to control and manage all aspects of their business from one area. This eliminates the need for any paperwork or a large workspace. Franchisees also benefit from no marking or planning as our fantastic curriculum is provided for you.

Q: I am worried about leaving my Job?

A: Good news, David Ross Acting Academy does not expect you to leave your job, you can run your academy in your spare time while maintaining your regular job. There are no imposed and impossible targets to meet, we do however expect our franchisees will look forward to leaving their job as their business grows.

Q: Can I operate a David Ross Acting Academy in my area?

A: Yes, David Ross Acting Academy is recruiting in all areas.

Q: I have not been a drama teacher nor do I have a degree in Acting?

A: That is not necessary, however you will need to prove and show that you have worked with children and you have an interest in the Theatre arts. Having experience in the theatre arts and or having worked in the performing arts industry is preferred.

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