Berkeley, California, United States
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SkimaTalk, Inc, founded on January 1, 2012, is an E-Learning Provider and Education company based in Berkeley, California, United States. With 35 employees, the company operates in the B2C sector and focuses on providing a comprehensive learning experience. SkimaTalk, Inc offers a range of services including a quick guide, pricing and plans, and cancellation policy.
MISSION Helping People Go Global Our mission is to help people go global, creating opportunities to learn from people across the world. For anyone who desires to learn or teach, we make it easy, convenient, and affordable to share skills and knowledge without regard to differences in language, culture, and nationality. VISION Sharing the Worldâs Knowledge Our vision is to create a global skill-sharing marketplace. Every single person has a unique set of skills, knowledge, and experiences that someone else in the world will value. This abundance of talent and potential is currently untapped and limited to the general public. By connecting individuals worldwide, we enable people to access the worldâs knowledge. ABOUT A Marketplace for English Learners and Teachers We help English learners find the best teachers from all over the world and offer a platform where anyone can start one-on-one online English classes. Currently, we focus exclusively on English learning, but plan to expand to other skills in the near future.
SkimaTalk, Inc offers one-on-one English learning with native English-speaking teachers. The platform connects English learners with English teachers, providing unique and affordable lessons at affordable prices. With a user-sourced rating system, flexible scheduling, and high customer satisfaction, SkimaTalk aims to connect learners with skilled, native English-speaking teachers