PRLog - Sep. 27, 2012 - DENVER -- Founder and CEO of Denver- based Mile High Karate Stephen Oliver has announced that plans are underway to expand franchise operations worldwide. Oliver notes, “We are building a strong U.S and international brand. There is no better time for family-oriented martial arts centers."
Mile High Karate CEO Stephen Oliver
Outside its U.S operations, Mile High Karate current international locations include Australia and New Zealand. Mile High Karate focuses primarily on the kids market - and, their parents. Demand has never been higher for developmental programs for kids 4 - 12 and, for health family activities.
To spearhead the launch, Mile High Karate's International Franchise Division has partnered with Bridging Culture Worldwide (BCW), a global consulting firm. BCW CEO Don Southerton notes that Mile High Karate is currently looking for developers in the following regions: Europe, Middle East, Central and South America, and Asia-Pacific.
Southerton point out, “If a developer meets our criteria, which includes the financial resources to fund a multi-unit development plan, we'd love to talk further about Mile High Karate.”
Specific franchise requirements may vary from country to country. Mile High Karate does not grant franchise rights or explore joint venture agreements without meeting potential franchisees in person.