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Is your business struggling to stand out and attract new business?
In this episode, we talk with Sumantha McMahon, a seasoned tutor and tutoring business coach, about how to ensure your business cuts through the noise.
You'll want to listen to this episode if you're struggling to take your business to the next level, your marketing is falling flat, and you're finding yourself haggling on price rather than talking about the value you offer with your tutoring clients.
If customers don’t buy in their first interaction, should you just give up? Absolutely not! Most customers buy from you between 3 and 18 months after their first interaction, so a well-thought-out email marketing strategy will be core to getting more students to sign up with you.
In this episode, we talk with Emma Fell, social media and strategy expert, about how to use email successfully to get more students.
You’ll want to listen to this episode if you want to understand what effective email marketing looks like for education businesses, how to lead magnets to fill your funnel with highly qualified leads and finally, how to nurture relationships and educate your prospects (without ending up in their spam box).
As a bonus, Emma also tells us what kinds of lead magnets work.
Japan is ranked as one of the top ten largest markets for English language learning, and few of us know anything about it.
You'll want to listen to this episode if you want to understand the opportunities and challenges of cracking the Japanese language learning market.
How do you know if your business is ready to scale up?
In this episode, we talk with our very own Alex Asher about his journey in finding product-market fit and scaling up LearnCube.
You'll want to listen to this episode if you want to find or validate that your business is meeting a strong need in the market and that the market is big, or niche, enough.
Who of us has scaled a language business to over ten million dollars in revenue?
In this episode, we talk with Tyson Batino, a serial edupreneur with experience starting language companies in Japan and scaling up businesses serving tens of thousands of students.
You'll want to listen to this episode if you have an education business making between ten thousand dollars to ten million dollars and want to really understand the opportunities and challenges presented by each of the five levels of growth.
This is a great story of entrepreneurial courage, grit and passion.
In this episode, we talk with Parita Patel, UK-based founder of LEAPeducate tutoring, who talks through her journey of starting as a teacher turned tutor turned successful business owner.
You'll want to listen to this episode if you want inspiration and practical advice on building a resilient online tutoring business.
Summer offers opportunities, and threats, to the growth of your business.
In this episode, Herbert and Alex talk about why you might consider offering a summer programme and how to market it.
You’ll want to listen to this episode if you’re wanting grow your tutoring business this summer and how to keep your customers loyal & engaged.
Have you heard about TikTok, the world's fastest-growing social media platform, and wondered how you can take advantage of this to get more students?
In this episode, Lizzie Tossell explains how TikTok works, busts the myths surrounding the platform and explains how to start.
You'll want to listen to this episode if you're wanting to get in early while the platform is unutilised, cheap and easy to expand your audience.
Tune into this episode today and get more students tomorrow.
From sneaker startup to successful digital marketing business owner, connect the dots and learn from Herbert's failures and successes.
In this episode, Alex asks Herbert about his entrepreneurial journey to becoming the leading digital marketer in the language education space in Europe.
If you're wondering whether it's time to stick with your business or try something new, you'll want to listen to this episode.