Indoor trampoline theme park Bounce set for India entry
The company, which is present across 16 countries, is set to open its first park in Mumbai in December for which it has tied-up with local entity Stratospheric Entertainment.
"Our vision has always been for Bounce to be a global brand. To truly be a global brand you have to have a presence in India, this magical culture that is home to a third of the world's population," Bounce Inc Founder Director Antony Morell told .The company believes that the concept has been successful across cultures as diverse as Saudi Arabia and Sweden, and will be well received in India, he added.
The company is already scouting for spaces in Delhi, Gurgaon, Bangalore and Ahmedabad to set up trampoline parks in the first phase, he added. Barot along with two more partners have founded Stratospheric Entertainment which is the master franchise for Bounce Inc in India.As per the tie-up, Stratospheric Entertainment will make all the investments, while Bounce will help with installations, designing, training the staff, and knowledge transfer.
When asked to elaborate on deployment of capital for the initiative, Barot said Stratospheric would bring in equity on its own and not looking at raising funds from external sources at the moment.The company will manage the parks on their own and for that purpose it has been imparting required training to the selected manpower. Bounce would be the second international theme park format to launch in the country after Mexican brand KidZania, which was launched in 2013. While, KidZania caters to children, Bounce would be open for all ages, he added. MSS BAL
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