Luxury spa and wellness brand, ORÍKÌ, mark its sixth anniversary by setting up a training institute for youths’ skill acquisition and launch of its franchise.
According to ORÍKÌ, the franchise will afford corporate entities and individuals the opportunity to own a spa and wellness business and invest in a proven model of recurring revenue.
The Franchise system offers end-to-end support that will ensure sustainable business growth and profitability for participants.
The launch is scheduled to hold on Monday, November 1 2021 and will be a hybrid event in full adherence to Covid-19 protocols.
Gracing the event will be stakeholders, business executives, Nigerian state officials, and many others.
Joycee Awosika, the founder and Managing Director of ORÍKÌ Group, said the launch of the franchise and training institute is testament to the tremendous growth of the ORÍKÌ brand in the last six years.
She added that it also underscores the Group’s commitment to empowering lives and engendering economic growth.
According Awosika: “Having been a part of the development of seven spas in the past six years we have noticed a gap in the market for professionally trained and knowledgeable therapists. Conscious Wellness is here to stay and thus we need more hands.
“The launch of the training institute signifies our commitment to job creation and training expert therapists to fill the demand in the sector. The launch of the franchise further signifies our passion to democratize wellness and to bring ORIKI spas to communities across Africa and the world.”
Speaking on the OTI, the company said that the institute will be open to intending and practicing therapists, including management staff, that are not employees of ORÍKÌ but want to be their own bosses.
In addition, experienced spa therapists seeking to be employed by ORÍKÌ can apply to join the program.
According to Awosika, a primary motivation for the institute is to ensure the economic independence of women through skill acquisition training as well as the promotion of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 4, 5 and 8.