Horacio Alberto Melo Torres
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Excellent education pays off. International experience becomes more and more important. It’s an investment into everyone’s future career. Having just travelled through Spain in October this year to interview more than 60 language schools, many of them decided to offer foreign language courses to Spaniards. The economies of most South European countries are tumbling, but language courses boom. More people than ever see the value investing into their language skills and Ailola is targeting exactly those people who want to learn the language where it is spoken. Ailola currently creates and sells Spanish and Portuguese language programs in South America extending its offer to cover all major destinations in Latin America, Spain and Portugal until Mid of 2012. Though the website is only available in German yet, it will be made available in English to target a worldwide audience. Once achieved Ailola will start line extensions: - Ailola Languages: Language immersion courses for all important languages and major destinations worldwide. - Ailola Volunteering: Volunteering programs in different countries worldwide.- Ailola Internships: Internship programs in different countries worldwide. -Ailola Accommodation: Marketplace to offer and book private accommodations such as home stays and shared flats. - Ailola Weblanguage: E-learning platform focusing on natural learning through videoaudio pod casts tests and live teaching and learning. The particular focus during the Startup Chile program is developing the projects Ailola Latino, Ailola Languages, Ailola Volunteering and Ailola Internships. 300 people are expected to book their courses and programs through Ailola in 2012, 700 in 2013 and more than 1000 in 2014. Estimated revenue per traveller is 750 Euro. Total revenue in 2014 shall be higher than one million Euros. Ailola Latino shall range under the Top 5 agencies for Spanish and Portuguese courses worldwide based on revenue and number of travellers in three years. The competitor DonQuijote has 12000 students.