Franchising with Wall Street English
With 30 years of experience in Switzerland, we are looking for partners/franchisees throughout the country.
We will provide full training, marketing assistance and guidance to launch or convert your language school to be part of the world’s leading network.
Particular interest in Zurich, Basel, Jura and Valais.
The ideal starting dates are September or January. Visits welcome to our Lausanne pilot Centre.
Interested parties are encouraged to contact Mr Nicholas Galtos [email protected] for initial discussion and further information.
It is estimated that over $50 billion is spent in the global market by people learning English as a second language. English is, without a doubt, the international language of business. People from all walks of life know that in order to get ahead, they must learn English to be successful.
Because English is so widely accepted, it has often been referred to as a "global language." And while English is not an official language in many countries, it is currently the language most often taught as a second language.
As a result of the English language's universal nature, and with today's global economy, the number of people who want to learn business English will continue to grow. 2 million people have chosen Wall Street English to help achieve their English language goals thus far-and we continue to be one of the top locations worldwide that adults choose to learn English.
Wall Street English
Wall Street English is a leading provider of English language instruction services. We operate in 27 countries through a network of 350 centers which, in 2012, generated gross system sales of over $400 million. Wall Street English has been promoting English language teaching and learning all over the world for decades.
Wall Street English has been successfully leading English language training in Switzerland since 1986 with a total of 9 centers currently running in 2012. We teach English to 4000 satisfied students every year across the country.
For us, franchising is essential to our philosophy. Locally-owned business units offer excellent flexibility, efficiency, and proximity to the local market. In the business of teaching business English and English as a second language, the ability to personalize is key.