Case Studies

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Case Studies

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Pebble News

When Char Marland launched Cheshire Messy Play in January 2024, she had no idea how quickly the business would grow. Having signed up to Pebble from the outset, Char had the foundations in place to scale the business fast - quickly growing it from a few classes a week to a full-time business in a matter of months.

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Activity Providers

Pebble News

Rucksack music began its journey back in 1997. As a trained teacher, Amy Maguire was surprised by the lack of quality children’s activity groups in her area. Taking matters into her own hands, she started an informal music group in her local church hall. The concept was simple – a bold move away from soft, subtle baby music to an “organised chaos” approach, where children could follow their instincts, dance, bash and enjoy the music. In 2006, after attending Rucksack Music with her own daughter, Cathy Walker found herself slowly getting absorbed into the Rucksack family. Cathy explains, “I was in class one day with my daughter, and Amy wasn’t feeling great. I offered to step in, and soon found I was jumping on buses to cover classes in different areas of London. I loved it. There is nothing more gratifying than seeing the children enjoying shakers and swaying or stomping in the middle of the group. And we put a lot of effort into making it a great experience for the parents, too!”

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Digital Marketing

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The Pebble system integrates seamlessly with the Boogie Beat website, providing an online booking and payment portal which is tailored to the needs of the various users. Earlier this year, we welcomed Boogie Beat Movement and Music to the Pebble family. With a growing number of franchises, and demand coming from a range of different settings, Owner and Director Hannah Cavalier decided to team up with Pebble. The result is a better user experience, reduced admin and significant time savings.