Friday, March 7, 2014

A potential business opportunity for stay at home parents

Moo Music is a potential business opportunity for stay at home parents who don’t want to return to their careers after having had time out to raise a family. It is fun, very easy to run, flexible and potentially lucrative! It can also easily fit around family and other commitments. “If you love children and a good sing-song this could be the perfect business opportunity for you,” says Jess Parker, co-founder of Moo Music.

Moo Music is a musical feast for pre-school children, featuring four fabulous characters – Maggie Moo, Ollie Oink, Henry Horse and Doris Duck – created by renowned artist Alan Rogers, whose credits include TV classics Bod, Pigeon Street and The Flumps. Each character has its own repertoire of 25 songs by well-known songwriter Craig McLeish, who has worked on hit West End shows like Les Miserables and Miss Saigon, as well as many television favourites. The songs were recorded by professional singers and musicians, and a team of primary education experts was involved in every stage of Moo Music’s development.

Ali Hider, who runs Moo Music classes in Winchester says “feedback from parents has been overwhelmingly positive. Every class is designed to develop language, memory and co-ordination while the little ones are enjoying themselves. Parents love that their children are learning such valuable skills while having fun. Even the quietest children are singing and dancing after a week or two because sharing music is such a brilliant way to boost confidence.”

To find out more about Moo Music franchise opportunities visit www.letsmakemoomusic.co.uk.
For the general public website please go to www.moo-music.co.uk.

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