Now that you have a better understanding of The Little Gym, let’s take a look at what it takes financially to own your gym. Investing in a business deserves careful consideration. Many owners rely on their personal assets to finance their gym including savings, other investments, lines of credit or home equity loans. Others get financial support from family or friends.
These figures are estimates of the investment in setting up a The Little Gym® unit in South Africa and operating it for six months (excluding Leasehold & Improvements). It is possible to exceed costs in any of the areas listed.
|Initial Franchise Fee||R600.000,00||R600.000,00|
|The Little Gym® Equipment & Inventory Package||R550.000,00||R650.000,00|
|Legal & Accounting||R10.000,00||R25.000,00|
|Initial Advertising & Promotion||R50.000,00||R75.000,00|
|Leasehold & Improvements||Site Specific||Site Specific|
|Pre-opening Payroll Cost||R180.000,00||R230.000,00|
|Expenditures while training||R45.000,00||R120.000,00|
This information is not an offer of a franchise, nor is it a solicitation of an offer. An offering can only be made with a disclosure document, which must be registered first in certain states and foreign countries. Registration does not constitute approval by any agency. This communication or website is not directed by us to residents of any of those states or countries. If you are a resident of, are receiving this message in, or intend to operate a franchise in any of those states or countries, we will not offer you a franchise until we have complied with any applicable pre-sale registration and disclosure requirements. Check with us to see if offers are not currently being made in certain states and countries.