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    Smile It's a very good morning

    Hello teacher, I have a dream of owning or starting my own LANGUAGE SCHOOL INTERNATIONALLY so what steps do I need to follow?

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    Re: It's a very good morning

    I would start one locally first and see how it goes.

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    Re: It's a very good morning

    Setting one up internationally from the start would require considerable financial resources and there is already a lot of competition. Different countries have different regulations, so decent lawyers would be a good start. Many would recommend getting school up and running first before trying to open a chain.

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