New Year, New Start, New Business.
Posted: Wed, Dec 2, 2020 3:39 PM
As December rolls in, we can finally begin to turn our backs on this strange and challenging year. Although Christmas is offering a glint of respite and much needed positivity, why not think further ahead. With a new year comes the possibility of new beginnings and fresh starts, and what better way to enter 2021 than by starting your own business and taking control of your work-life balance.
Having said that, setting up a new business is no mean feat and can be daunting. This is where the support and knowledge from a successful new start business owner is key. At the educational franchise Lingotot, founder and CEO Angela Sterling has had eleven years of growth and success.
Lingotot now proudly demonstrates their popularity as an education franchise with over fifty franchisees who employ a further eighty-plus teachers. During the second national lockdown in England they even welcomed five new franchisees, hosting them for their biggest ever training weekend.
Anglea remarks, ‘the pride that I feel watching this company grow into what it is today is indescribable. We are one big family here at Lingotot and we’ve pulled together this year and come out even stronger. For anyone wanting to start afresh in 2021, we would be waiting with open arms to welcome you into our family, supporting you through every stage to get your business set up the way you want it.’
When franchisees join Lingotot, they are introduced to a supportive, friendly and professional network. They have the opportunity to gain OfQual regulated teaching qualifications, a franchise business qualification, and many other certificates in areas such as safeguarding, data protection and first aid. They will also receive ongoing, personalised support and training within every area of their business.
At Lingotot, classes are interactive, communicative and fun. They aim to instill and nurture a love of languages in local communities by engaging children through songs, stories, games, drama and play. Angela, who in addition to being a mum of two and a fully qualified teacher, worked for Newcastle and Southampton universities researching language acquisition at different ages. From this she developed and perfected the Lingotot method of learning. The ultimate goal is not only to progress children's academic abilities, but to introduce them to the concept of an interlinked global community.
If you share a love of linguistics and languages, or simply recognise a need in your local area for classes like this, this might just be the new start for 2021 that you were looking for. Get in touch with Lingotot to discuss your potential new business at firstname.lastname@example.org or call them on 0845 680 8148.