Russian startup to measure itself against international e-learning giants

LinguaLeo emerged last week as the winner of the annual BIT competition, Russia’s primary innovation and entrepreneurship contest with entrants from all across the country.
LinguaLeo is a web service that teaches foreign languages using popular TV serials, books, and contextual dialogues.
Founded in 2009, the service currently teaches English, but French, Spanish, German, and Italian will follow, LinguaLeo’s CEO Aynur Abdulnasyrov said in an interview with East-West Digital News.
The company currently claims 195,000 registered users. According to Abdulnasyrov, while revenues last month amounted to just $10,000, they have been increasing by 30% from month to month.
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