Wall Street English announces plans to expand into five new markets and is seeking new franchise partners and investors to participate in the further growth of its global footprint. 2018 has already seen over $4.5 million of new investment into the franchise network and a successful run of center openings in the first half of 2018. The concept has had 19 new openings already in 2018 and a further 12 are planned, Wall Street English is seeking partners in five priority markets: Spain, Germany, Poland. Egypt and Taiwan.
Lex Baker, Director of New Business Development at Wall Street English said: “With two billion people globally forecast to be learning English by 20202, the English language learning market represents an exciting opportunity in a growing industry. What’s more, expanding into Spain, Germany, Poland, Egypt and Taiwan offers high-potential territories to partners investing in the future of our global business. Our track record of helping franchisees launch successful businesses, whether in South America, Europe, Africa or Asia, speaks for itself. We’re looking for our next partners to leverage Wall Street English’s platform as one of the biggest market players to deliver a high-quality learning experience to students around the world.”
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