Included in the Franchise

The Intellectual Property (IP) This includes research and development, branding, use of trademarks, logos, designs, website development, digital presence, the system and the model (The Pottery Studio), training methods, Back end procedures.
Establish the right to own and run a Pottery Studio in the designated agreed location which is protected.

Two 8cu ft kilns. They can be either 3 phase or single phase depending on what electric facilities the premises has. Training to use them.
10 Tables to fit 6 people per table
60 Chairs
10 sets Racking for pots both drying and complete.
1 Weeks Training in Tauranga with accommodation and food included. Traing after is to be agreed upon.
Support throughout the franchise agreement.
Website pages on the main website at
Own website can be built to the Pottery Studio model..
Setup of Social Networking this includes Facebook and Instagram
60 packs of starter pottery kits including tools.
60 aprons.
1 tonne clay included
Glazes and colours including teaching how to use them.

Website and Social Media Networking:

The structure of the Pottery Studio website is to create an easy information source to the customer both static and interactive that is simple in its action and content. Links provide the information to stimulate the enquiry and to talk directly with the decision maker wherever the region.
You will be able to have ANY information on your own pages and links to your social network. You are allowed to create your own website also which reflects local content.
Your webpages, will be able to display your own photo gallery, video, descriptions, together with links to your social networking and reservations.
Facebook and Instagram are perhaps the main way reservations are done at this time due to the joining of many local groups in each region.
The Pottery Studio will teach the process during the training week.