Kimberlee Perry took a successful leap in the dark with mini-trampoline exercise franchise Bounce. She tells Martin Friel about walking away from the corporate life and going digital under lockdown
There is an assumption that business success depends upon a plan. Fail to plan, plan to fail is one of the more tired cliches used to support this.
But achieving success in business can often be no more complicated than stumbling upon an opportunity and working flat out to maximise it.
Take Bounce for example. In 2014, Kimberlee Perry founded a fitness class franchise based on dance routines performed on a mini-trampoline to “banging tunes”.
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