Thanks to ALTO’s high powered events in 2011 and your enthusiastic recruiting, the membership is growing and we can now welcome 7 new members who registered for 2012 since the AGM in the last 4 weeks: Boa Lingua, Switzerland
- Max Wey and Kurt KrummenacherStafford House
, UK- Stephan RoussounisGlobo Study/ Linguista
, Switzerland - Mark Winkler and Claudio CessaranoKolumbus Sprachreisen Thebing Travel Group
, Germany- Christopher ThebingNAV Education Consulting
, Turkey- Aysegul BilgenPro Linguis
, Switzerland- Marcel RufenachtEnglish Language Center
- USA- Ellyn Levine and Jennifer McEleney
Belonging to a group of professionals and being recognised as a substantial player in the language travel industry is clearly an aspiration of many leaders. We asked a couple of our new members to tell us their story- why they joined ALTO:
Recently a good friend from a leading school recommended ALTO so
warmly that I applied for membership straight away. I am sure it will be a
valuable platform to exchange with leaders of the industry, discuss current and
future trends and strengthen my personal network.
Kurt Krummenacher, Boa Lingua Switzerland
I know that I will have all professional support from ALTO members
to develop my new company. A lot of good schools and important people in
language travel business are members of ALTO. It makes me feel good to know
that I can contact them all the time. We are so proud to be accepted as a
member of ALTO family.
Aysegul Bilgen, NAV Education Consulting Turkey
Once again we would like to thank all the new members who joined us during 2011 and thus supported the association in the crucial time of a new beginning.
Centre of English Studies, Ireland- Justin Quinn
Embassy CES, USA- David Anthonisz
LLETS.com, South Korea- Giljun Yang
Insight-Lingua, Russia- Elena Solomonova
Educom Overseas, Lebanon- Marie-Claude SALIBA
TUI Education Language Portfolio, UK- Kevin Mcnally
Expanish, Argentina- Agustin Vignale and Alejandro Rched
Marketing English in Ireland, Ireland- David O'Grady
Language Schools Association Argentina- Marcelo García
Galway Cultural Institute, Ireland- Celestine Rowland and David Niland
inlingua Malta- Maryse Gatt and Luisa Gatt
FELTOM, Malta- Isabelle Pace Warrington
Babylon Idiomas, Spain- Steven Muller
ACPET, Australia- Claire Field
México Sí, Mexico- Dalel Cortés
Bridge, USA- Jean-Marc Alberola and Richard Brown
Astex, Spain- Iñaqui Alvarez Valdes and Fernando Aguilar
Maximo Nivel, USA- Ken Jones and Julia Delafield
Hothouse Media Ltd., UK- Scott Wade, Stephen Roberts and Nicola Lutz
PPI Business Communications, UK- Danny Silvester
Kommod.tv, Germany- Florian Shafer and Sven JankeDid you know?
You can use the ALTO site’s Refer a Friend
send invitations to fellow leaders you think could benefit from the membership.
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We will keep you updated on our progress with the membership drive
regularly in 2012!