Legacy Education Alliance Achieves Record-Setting Sales per Customer
Legacy Education Alliance, Inc. (OTCQB: LEAI), a leading provider of educational training seminars, conferences and services, generated record-setting dollar-sales per customer and higher than average closing rates at a recent training symposium in SE Asia.
“As we continue our international expansion, we’ve taken specific focus to tailor our product offerings in a way that addresses the needs of our customers in different regions,” said Anthony Humpage, CEO of Legacy Education. “This customized approach was a leading driver behind our recent record-setting performance, and we will continue to fine tune our programs to make them as attractive as possible to our growing base of international customers.”
Legacy Education grew its international operations from four countries outside its home markets in 2013 to more than 20 countries in 2014. The success of these early-stage expansion efforts has led to the opening of new regional offices in Johannesburg, South Africa, and Hong Kong, China. By formalizing its presence in key international markets, Legacy Education has strengthened its position as it seeks to capitalize on opportunities in the worldwide e-learning market, which is forecasted to reach $51.5 billion by 2016.
About Legacy Education Alliance, Inc.
Legacy Education Alliance, Inc. (http://www.legacyeducationalliance.com) is a leading provider of educational training seminars, conferences and services. Founded in 1992, Legacy Education Alliance, Inc. is a global company dedicated to providing quality financial education with headquarters in the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom. With more than 150 employees and nearly 60 independent contractors worldwide, Legacy Education Alliance, Inc. is committed to bringing the message of financial education to the people of the world.
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