Kidslingo launches in Northern Ireland

March 19, 2018

We are very excited to announce that out first franchisee based in Northern Ireland completed her training this month.

Ex marketing manager with a degree in International Business and Spanish, Roisin Fearon will open a Kidslingo franchise next month, teaching Spanish to children from birth to age 11. Her offering will operate in areas around Newry, Killeavy, Rathfriland, Meigh, Hilltown, Mayobridge Dromintee, Forkhill, Jonesborough and Saval.

Prior to Kidslingo, Roisin worked as a Marketing Executive. She said:
“I have always loved working with children and am very passionate about languages. Having lived in Spain for a year and immersing myself in the culture I have always wanted to use my knowledge of the language in my work life.

‘Since having my daughter in 2016, I wanted a job where I could have a better work life balance and watch her grow. Working with Kidslingo allows me to bring my passion of language to children in the area as well as being around my daughter as much as I can.’

Kidslingo CEO Anna Neville, said:
‘We’re thrilled to welcome Roisin on board and are proud that she is our first Kidslingo franchisee in Northern Ireland. We’re sure she’ll make the business a success and can’t wait to bring Kidslingo classes to the masses!’

We are very excited to announce that out first franchisee based in Northern Ireland completed her training this month.

Ex marketing manager with a degree in International Business and Spanish, Roisin Fearon will open a Kidslingo franchise next month, teaching Spanish to children from birth to age 11. Her offering will operate in areas around Newry, Killeavy, Rathfriland, Meigh, Hilltown, Mayobridge Dromintee, Forkhill, Jonesborough and Saval.

Prior to Kidslingo, Roisin worked as a Marketing Executive. She said:
“I have always loved working with children and am very passionate about languages. Having lived in Spain for a year and immersing myself in the culture I have always wanted to use my knowledge of the language in my work life.

‘Since having my daughter in 2016, I wanted a job where I could have a better work life balance and watch her grow. Working with Kidslingo allows me to bring my passion of language to children in the area as well as being around my daughter as much as I can.’

Kidslingo CEO Anna Neville, said:
‘We’re thrilled to welcome Roisin on board and are proud that she is our first Kidslingo franchisee in Northern Ireland. We’re sure she’ll make the business a success and can’t wait to bring Kidslingo classes to the masses!’

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