LEO Now Open for Business In The Philippines
Hot on the heels of the launch in Canada at the beginning of this month, entrepreneurship training specialists LEO (Learning Enterprises Organisation) has now officially opened for business in the Philippines. The business will announce the launch, at an event at the Marriott Manila in Pasay City.
LEO offers entrepreneurship and skills training through e-Tutoring, e-Learning, Live Seminar and Technology products. Headquartered in the UK, it now has subsidiaries in ten countries and members in 120 countries. It was founded in 2012 by Dan Andersson and Atif Kamran who both have long careers in the direct selling industry.
Earlier this year LEO successfully launched in their 105th marketplace, the US, at the world famous Hudson Theatre in New York.
LEO is currently active in the Americas, Europe, Africa, Middle East, China and other parts of South East Asia, and operates in over 100 different marketplaces.
Dan Andersson said: "Establishing our business in this market, which represents a major international trading environment, is a very significant step in the growth of LEO. We have already experienced an enthusiastic response to the business in Canada and anticipate the Philippines will tell the same story, quickly becoming a core marketplace for delivering added value entrepreneurship training which leverages social networking platforms and the move towards globalisation."
Last year the company launched its own digital currency, LEOcoin, which is being traded on a public digital currency exchange. To date, more than 200,000 people all over the world have signed up to LEOcoin, and over 32,000 merchants have signed up to accept the digital currency.
About LEO (Learning Enterprise Organisation)
LEO was founded in the UK in 2012 by Dan Andersson and Atif Kamran, who both have a long career in the direct selling industry. LEO specialises in training entrepreneurs through e-tutoring, e-learning and live seminars. The company is already active in Europe, Africa, Middle East, South Asia and China.
Last year the company took the revolutionary step of launching its own digital currency, LEOcoin, which is being traded on its own exchange. More than 32,000 merchants all over the world have signed up to accept and trade in LEOcoin, and almost 160,000 members are already transacting in the currency.