It’s estimated that over 7,000 different languages are spoken around the world.
The world’s most widely spoken languages by number of native speakers and as a second language, according to figures from UNESCO, are: Mandarin Chinese, English, Spanish, Hindi, Arabic, Bengali, Russian, Portuguese, Japanese, German and French.
Primary Catalysts Driving the Revenues for Foreign Languages Learning Market in Southeast Asia
Why Languages Matter?
Thai government launched their English Speaking Year project with the ambitious goal to teach English to 14 million students in 34,000 state schools across Thailand from pre-primary to university age.
WTC estimates that by 2023, 34.6 million people will be employed in the tourism industry in Southeast Asia and will account for 9.9% of the region’s GDP.
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Language learning apps rank consistently in the top-ten paid Mobile Learning apps in all the countries in Asia. Consumer spending on mobile-based language learning products represents significant new revenues for suppliers.
The demand for vocational language is also a catalyst for the language learning market. These products are purchased by corporate buyers, government agencies, academic segments, and individuals.
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