Mango Languages

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    The Mango team is made up of amazing people from all corners of the globe: linguists, programmers, teachers, beatboxers, librarians, writers, artists, and even a rocket scientist. What brings us all together: our love for language and culture learning and sharing that love with the world.

    TypePrivate
    Founded2007
    HQFarmington Hills, US
    Websitemangolanguages.com
    Employee Ratings2.9

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    Employees (est.) (Mar 2020)117(-4%)

    Key People/Management at Mango Languages

    Jason Teshuba

    Jason Teshuba

    Co-Founder / Chief Executive Officer
    Mike Teshuba

    Mike Teshuba

    Co-Founder / Chief Operating Officer
    Ryan Whalen

    Ryan Whalen

    Co-Founder / Business Development Strategist
    Mike Goulas

    Mike Goulas

    Co-Founder / Director of Business Development
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    Mango Languages Office Locations

    Mango Languages has an office in Farmington Hills
    Farmington Hills, US (HQ)
    30445 Northwestern Hwy #300
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    Mango Languages Financials and Metrics

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    Founding Date

    2007
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    Mango Languages Online and Social Media Presence

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    Mango Languages News and Updates

    The Office of Experience Announces New Brand Identity for Mango Languages

    CHICAGO, June 27, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- The Office of Experience (OX), a Chicago-based design and digital innovation consultancy, has created a new brand identity for Mango Languages, the developers of a leading language learning platform. Experience the interactive Multichannel News...

    Mango Languages Reimagines Global Exploration For An Adventurous New Generation

    DETROIT, June 6, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Award-winning Mango Languages, one of the most popular language learning systems in America's academic institutions and public libraries, today unveiled a new brand identity in conjunction with the release of major advancements to its platform,...

    Mango Languages Announces "Ultimate C.A.L.L."

    DETROIT, Nov. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Mango Languages, the leading digital language-learning app in library systems across the United States, announced its first ever competition for K-12 educators to win a year of Mango Classroom. Educators attending the American Council on the Teaching ...

    Mango Languages Blogs

    Mango Works, Here’s the Proof

    At Mango, we have confidence in our methodology. With insights from the latest research in Second Language Acquisition, our courses are designed to effectively teach learners to start (and continue) the conversation in over 70 languages.

    [Case Study] How To Maximize Teaching Time and Learning Potential Beyond the K-12 Classroom

    Born and raised in Mexico, Carlos Covarrubias loves sharing the Spanish language and Hispanic cultures with his students — he only wishes that he had more time to do so.

    Five Captivating Cities to Study Abroad

    An effective way to master a language is through total immersion by studying or living abroad. Not only that, studying abroad will boost your resume. Interested in becoming an international student? Find some inspiration with our list of places you could visit.

    Hygge: the Art of Coziness

    Start the Conversation in Potawatomi

    We’re excited to release the first chapter of lessons for a brand new Indigenous language course, developed in partnership with the Pokagon Band of Potawatomi. Get ready to start the conversation in Potawatomi.

    Why Preserve Endangered and Indigenous Languages?

    The United Nations General Assembly has proclaimed 2019 as the “International Year of Indigenous Languages,” or IYIL, to raise awareness for the world’s disappearing Indigenous languages. But what are Indigenous languages, and why preserve them?
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    Mango Languages Frequently Asked Questions

    • When was Mango Languages founded?

      Mango Languages was founded in 2007.

    • Who are Mango Languages key executives?

      Mango Languages's key executives are Jason Teshuba, Mike Teshuba and Ryan Whalen.

    • How many employees does Mango Languages have?

      Mango Languages has 117 employees.

    • Who are Mango Languages competitors?

      Competitors of Mango Languages include Click Boarding, Virtual College Group and TES Global.

    • Where is Mango Languages headquarters?

      Mango Languages headquarters is located at 30445 Northwestern Hwy #300, Farmington Hills.

    • Where are Mango Languages offices?

      Mango Languages has an office in Farmington Hills.

    • How many offices does Mango Languages have?

      Mango Languages has 1 office.