Please welcome our 5 new ALTO members to the community by connecting with them through the members' area. As you know ALTO member organisations' contact details are public, but the main decision makers are only visible to logged in ALTO members. We hope to make your online networking easier and more fun by launching a free iPhone application soon. In 2012 we've welcomed 26 new ALTO members.
Our latest five new members are:
AILS Sejours Linguistiques
Atlantic Language Galway
StudyPay, Baydonhill Fx
Upper Madison College
"We became ALTO members to share ideas with colleagues from education travel sector and get some inspiration and training from outside experts.”
Laurent Potier, Operations Manager- AILS, Belgium
"On behalf of the British Council I am delighted to be involved with ALTO and to keep good contact with the global language travel industry. Apart from operating one of the world's largest networks of English language schools ourselves we run the Accreditation UK scheme in partnership with English UK."
Mark Robson, Director English & Member of Executive Board- British Council, UK
"To get the opportunity to sit down and think, discuss, argue & solve pertinent industry issues with a group of like minded decision makers is so rare that the ALTO seminars are a permanent fixture in our diaries.”Brent Hobson and Neill Harrowell, StudyPay Baydonhill Fx, UK
"Having been curious about ALTO for sometime and after attending the first seminar in London, I realise I have should have joined up earlier. A must for all owner/managers” John Daly, Managing Director- Atlantic Language Galway, Ireland
"It is our distinct pleasure and honour to join an organization of only the top tier in our industry. It is with great hope for further development of UMC that we looked towards ALTO. So with much excitement, we look forward to meeting the ALTO family.”Eunice Kim, Vice Principal- Upper Madison College, Canada
Please remember that the easiest way to recommend ALTO to one of your friends or colleagues is to use the Refer a friend function on the webpage.