Tamás Zentai of Szeged, Hungary started searching for the best way for his daughter, Bogi, to learn English in 2012, when she was only 4-years-old, as from his own experiences, he knew how important English is to succeed in most careers. He heard about Helen Doron from a friend and after reading more, decided the methodology was the best way to make learning for children meaningful and fun.
In addition to learning English, Bogi benefited in significant ways that her parents had not anticipated. “My daughter was an introverted girl and I am convinced that her education in the Helen Doron courses has greatly contributed to the development of her personality and to her becoming more and more open-minded. “
Although he was an employee all of his working life, Tamas’ research led him to understand that becoming a Learning Centre Franchisee would give him the benefits of owning his own business, with the backing and support of proven franchise model. “I also knew that as a franchisee, I would get support from other Learning Centres and the Master Franchisee, too.”
The proud dad and business owner sees his role in Helen Doron as improving the lives of children in Hungary. “As children come to our Learning Centre from a very early age, our role in their lives and development is significant. There is a quote on our notice board in the lounge that shows that we really mean this: ‘A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove… but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child.’