Code Wiz helps kids unlock their inner genius by helping them express their creativity through coding and robotics. We offer year-round, highly personalized tech classes with rolling enrollments. Perfect for the beginner and options for the more advanced kids! Flexible timing and class options! All classes are billed on a monthly basis and provide an array of options for you and your child! www.thecodewiz.comFollow Code Wizwww.facebook.com/codewizfranchisingwww.instagram.com/codewizfranchisinghttps://www.linkedin.com/company/code-wiz/Learn about Code Wizhttps://www.franchisetimes.com/franchise_news/franchises-turn-to-philanthropy-during-pandemic/article_0ac94f9b-2a7c-56b4-97e0-02323a81f86e.htmlhttps://www.blackenterprise.com/code-wiz-franchise-founder-ruth-agbaji-is-on-a-mission-to-transform-childrens-lives-through-stem/https://patch.com/massachusetts/westford/classifieds/announcements/167061/virtual-robotics-competition-at-code-wiz-westfordhttps://finance.yahoo.com/news/code-wiz-afterschool-learning-center-163600933.html?guccounter=1&guce_referrer=aHR0cHM6Ly93d3cuZ29vZ2xlLmNvbS8&guce_referrer_sig=AQAAAHwrfI82p5MDLwj7AA6_Xu008jGBg1ayh6L3CV78QYMH3JtPVooFUN1j0hva2uVDl_pXIl9U-gGJK4vfpE2bS9GY...
Ruth Agbaji knows that whatever her circumstances, she can overcome and accomplish her goals. In her interview with Rebecca Monet and Elizabeth Denham, she shows her strength and determination in her journey from Nigeria to the U.S and how she found her way into founding Code Wiz and franchising it around the country. Join The Coterie for Women at https://www.thecoterieforwomen.com/
Rebecca Monet and Elizabeth Denham talk to Ruth Agbaji about how she immigrated from Nigeria and found her calling with Code Wiz. Her desire to introduce coding to kids is inspiring as is her story of overcoming her circumstances regardless of the obstacles in her path. She plans for the next "Steve Jobs" to come from her Code Wiz franchise, and we know she will do it! Join The Coterie for Women at https://www.thecoterieforwomen.com/share/91tdAYg_XttDaNVt?utm_source=manual
“I can do better. This is not going to define me.”Please meet Ruth Agbaji, Founder and CEO of Code Wiz. Ruth shares her incredible journey from growing up in Nigeria and teaching herself how to code (on a Commodore 64, geeks!) to starting her business and growing it into a successful franchise. Thanks to Social Joey, AnswerConnect, and Franchise Dictionary Magazine! #WomenofWonder Shout out to Tutor Doctor and Angela Coté’s Play Bigger Groups!
59: Getting It Right From The Beginning - Building A Strong Foundation, with Ruth Agbaji
The Franchise Story Podcast
Stories from Franchisees & Founders In this episode, Erik and Brian talk with Ruth Agbaji, the CEO and Nerd-In-Chief of Code Wiz. Ruth has a passion for helping kids connect with their inner genius through an after-school program that coaches kids in coding, robotics, and electronics. The trio talks about Ruth’s incredible journey in building the business and how she plans to grow Code Wiz into a household brand name in the enrichment education space. There is a lot of wisdom we can learn from her experiences- everything from studying competitor brands, identifying the right location for her franchises, and how she managed to work on the business, not in the business. Tune into this episode and gain insightful tips on building a solid foundation that fosters growth in your business from the very start. What we talk about: The transition Ruth went through from Nigeria to Code Wiz What made Code Wiz unique from other franchises Offering options within a structured environment The journey of building the first location Being strategic with your location Working with advisers and making wise decisions Learning to work ON the business How programs in Code Wiz work - Student-driven learning Seeing the need for another location Hiring the right people to build the franchise The cost to set up the franchise properly “In a franchise system, you got to get it right from the beginning. A weak foundation will just be going to lead to disastrous results down the line.” A realistic expectation of how much it costs The importance of building solid support for running the franchise Choosing the right first franchisees and really thinking through about the optimal growth strategy Sticking to your core values and don’t be too afraid to grow What we mention: Code Wiz, by Ruth Agbaji Code Wiz Franchise, by Ruth Agbaji Talk With Erik IFA - International Franchise Association