Andres Moreno, founder and executive chairman of Open English, an online English-language school that has taught about 300,000 students across Latin America, discusses the upcoming U.S. launch, which will start in Miami. He was at a launch event at Open English’s Coconut Grove headquarters Thursday night.
Andres Moreno, founder and executive chairman of Open English, an online English-language school that has taught about 300,000 students across Latin America, discusses the upcoming U.S. launch, which will start in Miami. He was at a launch event at Open English’s Coconut Grove headquarters Thursday night. Photo courtesy of Pinta
Andres Moreno, founder and executive chairman of Open English, an online English-language school that has taught about 300,000 students across Latin America, discusses the upcoming U.S. launch, which will start in Miami. He was at a launch event at Open English’s Coconut Grove headquarters Thursday night. Photo courtesy of Pinta

Open English sets out to conquer U.S. Hispanic market

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