ALOHA Europe has recently signed an agreement with BRD Consulting to explore the market and find new franchisees in Italy.
The education company committed to the children mental development, ALOHA Mental Arithmetic, and Business Retail Development (BRD) Consulting have just signed a cooperation agreement to seek investors in the Italian market.
The programme, ALOHA Mental Arithmetic, focused on the children cognitive skills through the abacus use, intelligence games and mental challenges; follows an international growth model based on franchising. For this reason, the last Tuesday, Federico Fiorentini, BRD Consulting representative and the ALOHA Europe board, European countries headquarters, reached a development agreement based on the Italian market research to open new educative franchises.
ALOHA is already present in other European countries such as Spain, where more than 16.000 students follow the programme. The ALOHA lessons are addressed to children between 5 and 13 years old and they are offered as an extracurricular or curricular activity in school centers from all the nation.
Furthermore, since 2016 the Spanish Society of Pedagogy has endorsed the programme: being the first extracurricular activity that is recognised with this accreditation because of its theoretical basis, regarding both, its methodology and the didactic material used.
This is how the children´s superpowers are trained
The ALOHA lessons are fun-filled sessions designed to activate the children cognitive skills –also known as superpowers-. These are skills such as concentration, photographic memory and the dexterity to mentally perform incredible calculations.
Which is done with simple or complex mathematic operations such as additions, subtractions, multiplications or square roots.
In addition, children also develop their logical thinking skills in intelligence games and mental challenges that test their genius.
ALOHA Mental Arithmetic, an international programme
The programme, created in 1993 in Malaysia, is currently present in more than 35 countries around the world including Germany, Portugal, Mexico, China, Ireland or U.S.A.
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