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Language business is relaunched.

A LANGUAGE business has been relaunched after its owner returned to the region from abroad.

Fluent Futures, based in County Durham, offers language learning for all, teaching French and Spanish to all ages in both one-to-one and group learning.

After previously successfully running as a language learning business, the founder Emma Jenkins relocated to Kuwait with her family. She has now returned and relaunched Fluent Futures.

Jenkins said: "When I returned to the UK I was asked by several previous learners if I was going to start Fluent Futures again.

"It seemed appropriate to relaunch the business on May 9 which is after all, Europe Day a day that celebrates all things European." She works with schools, individuals and businesses and offers French and Spanish learning in a unique environment.

She added: "Fluent Futures offers learning to all; our ethos is about fun and engaging learning. We actively encourage anybody that has always dreamed of learning a new language to get in touch - we firmly believe that you're never too old to learn a new language."

Based in Consett, Fluent Futures is in discussions with several venues across County Durham.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:The Journal (Newcastle, England)
Date:May 27, 2014
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