The co-founder and CEO of the American coding franchise explains how he grew the coding school concept and fast
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Teaching kids to create their own digital games and universes? Centers called ‘dojos’? Coding teachers referred to as ‘sensei’? With such an awesome concept behind it as a driving force, it’s no wonder Code Ninjas – founded in 2016 – now has hundreds of centers across the U.S., franchisees in Canada, and most recently, has expanded to the U.K.
In this conversation with CEO and co-founder David Graham, we run through the brand’s unswerving upwards trajectory, the genesis of the concept idea, exporting the franchise overseas, the challenges encountered along the way, and much more.
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