After an agents’ breakfast at Langports English Language College on the Gold Coast on 9 August, some participants were so impressed with the new bikes for students that they decided to try them out!
The local agents, who recruit students worldwide, came together to network over coffee and croissants. Langports CEO and founder John France welcomed them before his daughter, Anna France, delivered a presentation on Langports’ expanding services. For the last few years Langports has been developing a range of services to support its mission to provide the best English learning experience. The breakfast provided a platform to introduce the Langports English Examination Center (LEEC), Langports English Study Tours and The Langports Foundation.
Anna France says: “It was great to see so many local agents visit our school. We have a lot of great partners in Australia and overseas and it was an opportunity for us to say ‘thank you’ to our local supporters.”
Langports has recently invested in some retro bicycles for students to explore their new Australian surroundings. After the presentation, agents were keen to try out the new bikes and many requested a souvenir photograph.