Mark Hopkins and David Watchorn of Elwell Watchorn & Saxton LLP were appointed Joint Administrators of Rosemary Conley Food & Fitness Ltd on 3rd of Feb 2014. The Joint Administrators manage the affairs, business and property of the company as agents and act without personal liability.

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Rosemary Conley has welcomed in 2014 with a bang, by unveiling an exciting new image and direction for the entire brand!


Financing the cost

We know that 40,000 target customer households provide the basis for a very successful Food & Fitness business. So, before awarding a franchise, we use market research data to define a franchise area with the required number of target customer households to ensure that it is financially viable.

The investment for a Rosemary Conley Food & Fitness franchise starts from £15,000 + VAT.

The franchise package includes the initial Franchise and Territory fee, as well as everything you need to start and run your own business.

The franchise package includes:

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  • The franchise licence fee
  • Professional tuition fees and NVQ
  • Business launch advertising and promotion
  • Makeover and photographic session with Rosemary
  • Territory and member demographic analysis
  • Seca professional scales and case
  • Instructor music system and microphone headset
  • New Member Packs
  • Initial supply of products and stationery
  • Personalised stationery and Marketing materials
  • Licence free music
  • Public and Employers' Liability insurance
  • Rosemary Conley's Product Agency and Agency display kit

Click on our video opposite which gives an insight into working as a Rosemary Conley Franchisee.



If it is necessary to borrow funds, we have good relations with all the leading banks and up to 70% (including working capital) can normally be financed to start your Food and Fitness business, subject to status.

As a full member of the British Franchise Association we are an approved business franchise opportunity, one which the franchise departments of NatWest RBS, HSBC, Lloyds and TSB are very happy to support.

"Rosemary Conley Food & Fitness franchisees benefit from many years of the business concept's experience backed by a large network, plenty of guidance, support and development together with a well-established brand name"
Colin Chadwick, Director, Franchise Development, RBS and Natwest Franchise Section


The Rewards and Benefits of running a Franchise

Operating a franchise is a full-time business and involves running a minimum of 10 classes a week. These are normally held on four evenings a week, usually Monday to Thursday, as well as some daytime classes. This enables franchisees to retain flexibility over their timetabling - balancing their own personal circumstances with the needs of their members.

Income can be increased considerably, depending on the number of classes taken and the number of members attending.

"Rosemary Conley Food & Fitness is an icon in the franchise sector. They are an icon for low entry cost franchises that deliver positive cash flow early on and long-term success"
Brian Smart, Director General BFA

  • Be your own boss
  • Enjoy an excellent income with no cap on your earnings
  • Work hours to suit you and your family
  • Find fulfilment in helping people lose weight and become healthier
  • Benefit from a comprehensive training programme
  • Get award winning, dedicated franchise support
  • Become qualified in CYQ Level 2 Certificate in Fitness Instructing and CYQ Level 3 in Nutrition for Physical Activity
  • Enjoy guaranteed income from the Premier Club scheme, where members pay for classes by standing order
  • Increase revenue stream from selling Rosemary Conley Foods and products in classes
  • Earn commission on products bought by your members from our website
  • Rosemary Conley Food & Fitness is a cash business, so there are no debts incurred from members

"In terms of income, I earned very well as a chartered accountant and I have more than surpassed that in terms of being a franchisee, so it's a very lucrative business - you really do get out what you put in"
Kirsty Ede, Franchisee for Wokingham and Wargrave.

"In the 10 years that I’ve been doing this job it's been very financially rewarding. I've bought a new car, we’ve moved house and I'm enjoying doing it. I hope that the next 10 years will be just as successful."
Rachel Stokes, Franchisee for Harborne, Northfield, Oldbury, Bromsgrove and Droitwich.



Occasionally we have an established Rosemary Conley Food & Fitness business available for sale. If you think that this is a route you may wish to investigate further, please contact us for more details on any existing franchise opportunities.


Thank you for visiting our site, we hope that you find the information on these pages useful in your research. If you would prefer to discuss any aspects of this potential franchise opportunity, we would be delighted to talk to you in person.


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