Friday, 8 March 2013

Isossy Children learns a new language with Bambini Lingo

We recently discovered the amazing Bambini Lingo, a business which teaches babies to learn foreign languages. What could be more global than that for a wearer of an Isossy Children piece. In this interview we meet founder, Emma Magliocchetti.
What inspired you to start your business?
I accidentally discovered that babies are naturally wired to learn languages between the age of 0-4. We had an Italian nanny & I saw my 6 month old understanding both English & Italian, some extensive research later I realised that there were not any accessible language classes in our area for babies so young.
I think we have a fantastic opportunity to make a huge difference to their future, by tapping into their natural potential when the little brains are so perfectly primed to learn languages.

What have been your favourite client experiences?
The excitement I get from parents who have been looking for something like this to come along in their area & can’t wait to get their little ones involved.
Hearing how thrilled my clients are when their little one is conversing in a foreign language whilst on holiday!

What advice would you give to someone starting up in your industry?

  • If you are starting up in this or any other industry, make sure you tap into the amazing free marketing exposure that social media can offer you.
  • Keep your start up costs to a minimum; modern technology has made it so easy to set up a new company for under £50!

Babies learning a new language! How ADORABLE!
What are your long term goals?
I would like our bambini lingo programme to be offered in Nurseries & kindergartens right across the country, so as many children as possible are being given this precious gift.

Isossy Children celebrates diversity through global clothing for children. Why do you think diversity matters for every generation?
The world is becoming a smaller place every day, the older generation need to embrace this & the younger generation should be taught & shown as much as possible about their fellow countries & their cultures.

What words of wisdom do you think every child should grow up knowing?
Follow your dreams, don’t be a sheep, become a leader & others will follow - choose to do things the way you really want & don’t be put off by everyone else’s opinions, listen of course, but then make your own mind up.

Contact Details
Emma Magliocchetti
07976 294604

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