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Research Report

Education Services Business Model in Emerging Markets

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Is there a typical approach that education services organizations undertake when expanding into an emerging market?  Are instructors hired, subcontracted or outsourced?  Are classrooms owned or rented?  Is it more common to leverage a trusted and established partner in a locale rather than taking the education business direct? 

These and other questions are addressed in the Emerging Market Summit.  The summit, composed of 8-10 education services member-companies, delves into the best practices associated with growing an education services business in new and developing markets.

Authored By:

Maria Manning-Chapman

Senior Research Director, Education Services, TSIA

Publish Date: September 24, 2012

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