Successful self-employment – Interviews with our franchise partners

What makes the Mortimer teaching concept so attractive and why is it so successful all over the world? Who is better to talk about Mortimer English Club than our own franchise partners! We have put together some interviews and opinions of our partners for you.

What I like best about working with Mortimer:

„I have met a lot of very nice and interesting people in my courses and sometimes I think “Wow, I am getting money for having fun!”But never underestimate the work that is include outside the courses! Anyway, my decision to join Mortimer in 2008 was absolutely right and I have never regretted this step!“

Irene Ventzke-Brand
Mortimer English Club
in 23738 Lensahn, Germany

Torben L. Brodersen (Managing director of the German Franchising Association - Deutscher Franchise Verband) in an interview with our franchise partner, teacher trainer and territory manager Susanne Schülein.

 

Anna Lobunova and her partner Inna Azarova have started as Mortimer franchise partners in Ukraine in 2010. Shortly after, both acquired the master franchise license and have built a growing network of Mortimer English Clubs throughout Ukraine.

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We asked our franchise partners what they like best about their work with Mortimer English Club and their associated experiences or memories.

My best Mortimer English Club experience!

„Last Saturday, after only 4 “English for Minis” lessons, our youngest student, Aeden, 2 year-old started to sing happily in English our “Sky Express goes up and down” starting routine song... awesome! ... And so cute! While singing, he said in French: “Look daddy, I'm singing in English!” Both, dad and son felt so proud, full of joy and love. A toddler’s language potential is really amazing! The right method and a loving attitude towards kids are enough to develop a toddler’s brain, intelligence and language skills. “

Blanca Claver
teacher and head of the Mortimer English Club
in Vitré, France