- English Continues to be World’s Most Influential Language, TalktoCanada Reports
- Research shows that English dominates both Internet and international business, making English training a critical component for success.
- December 13th, 2011
- ESL is Booming in Emerging Markets as English Studies Go Online, TalktoCanada Reports
- While ESL courses at college level can cost up to 1700 USD per month, online English training is emerging as an affordable alternative.
- October 4th, 2011
- English Online Studies Spark New Opportunities for Students, TalktoCanada Reports
- TalktoCanada uses WebEx to help teachers share information and enhance the learning experience.
- August 22nd, 2011
- TalktoCanada Launches Video To Share Practical Tips To Improve English Speaking Confidence
- The online language training experts at TalktoCanada.com have released a snappy video-clip featuring tips on how to overcome common fears and insecurities related to learning English.
- August 4th, 2011
- Growing Number Of Students Learn English Online Over Mobile Devices, TalktoCanada Reports
More students are taking lessons on the go using devices such as the iPad. Mobile learning has taken to the streets.
- July 15th, 2011
- English Language Skills Could Boost Employability And Earning Potential Says TalktoCanada
- While the recession may be weakening and organizations are scaling up their hiring activity,
the job market remains fiercely competitive. New research suggests that learning English
online could become a deal breaker when landing a job in the global market place.
- May 31st, 2011
- Businesses Choose WebEx For Learning English Online And More Engaging Classroom Experience, TalktoCanada Reports
WebEx is becoming the conference system of choice as businesses send staff to learn English online. The system is praised for its interactive classroom environment.
- April 26th, 2011
- Students Flock To TalktoCanada On Facebook; Adds Spanish Page to Reach More Students OverSocial Media
Social Media is hot property for students looking to learn English online. TalktoCanada is reporting that students from all over the world are joining its Facebook page. The company now introduces a Spanish Facebook page,and anticipates an increased demand for its English courses over Skype.
- March 31st, 2011
- TalktoCanada.com Sponsors LEAF; Provider Of English Training Online Supports Female Equality
For the second year in a row, TalktoCanada supports International Women’s Day with this year’s charitable donation going to LEAF (The Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund) with its tireless focus on making women's equality rights real.
- March 8th, 2011
- TalktoCanada.com Discusses “Insourcing”; Increases Export Of Online English Language Training
TalktoCanada.com recently shared how the Internet has permitted the company to find new growth opportunities by teaching English courses over Skype to students in Europe, Middle East and Asia. The company anticipates a continuously high demand and new jobs created in the learn to speak English online segment.
- February 22nd, 2011
- TalktoCanada Celebrates Five Years Helping Students Learn English Online
- TalktoCanada, one of the first firms to provide English Training over the Internet, today announced its 5 year anniversary of being in business. The company now sharpens its expansion focus to educate students in the Middle East, Asia and South America.
- February 15th, 2011
- TalktoCanada.com Anticipates Strong Growth For Learning English Online As Economy Recovers in 2011
- TalktoCanada.com, a provider of English language training, reports of higher than anticipated demand for English online training in the first quarter of 2011,as businesses re-instate training budgets and look for more effective training.
- January 18th, 2011
- TalktoCanada.com Reports Strong Revenue Growth Fueled by Middle Eastern Demand for Learning English Online
- TalktoCanada.com, a provider of English language training, is growing for the 4th year straight. An evolving international business climate in the Middle East is one of the driving forces behind the increased demand for English online training
- December 23rd, 2010
- TalktoCanada.com Announces 1 on 1 WebEx Corporate English Training
- TalktoCanada,the company trusted by Ernst & Young, Novartis to train its work force has expanded its catalog of English training modules to better service the increasing needs of the international business community.
- December 1st, 2010
- English Training Company TalktoCanada.com Adds 7 Languages To Website To Meet Increased Demand For Virtual Teaching
- TalktoCanada, a global leader in online English training added 7 languages to its website in order to support the escalating international demand for learning business English.
- November 1st, 2010
- TalktoCanada.com Experiences Surge of Growth in Latin America for Its Online English Language Services
After years of progressively increasing its market share of Latin American students, TalktoCanada sees tremendous growth potential for students from all over Central and South America.
- July 31st, 2010
- TalktoCanada.com Supports International Women's Day
- TalktoCanada.com is proud to announce in honour of International Women’s Day on March 8th, 2010, its charitable monetary donation to the Canadian Women’s Foundation.
- March 10th, 2010
- Small Business Aids in Relief of Myanmar Cyclone Victims
- You won't hear about the millions of dollars these organizations give and you probably haven't heard of the organizations either, but they will nonetheless donate hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Myanmar disaster.
- May 13th, 2008
- Learning English Online using Skype is the Next Big Thing
- Canadian company TalktoCanada.com shows international students that online learning over Skype is just as effective as learning in person.
- October 19th, 2006
- Former Canadian University Student Creates New Company that Teaches English to Students on the Internet Using Vo-IP-Skype
- Former Canadian university student discovers unique method for teaching English to students around the world without ever leaving his office in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.
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