Learning with Yolingo

“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart”. - Nelson Mandela

At Yolingo, We feel our bite-size e-learning video lessons are a great alternative to face-to-face lessons with a teacher. Yolingo lessons (Yolingo Capsule Courses) allow beginner level learners to pick up the basics of a language(s) in an extremely time efficient and cost effective way. It’s no longer necessary to find the teachers, schedule lessons with busy employees and fork out quite a lot of money to do so…..just to learn the very basics of a language. With Yolingo, you can introduce the following languages to one individual, a team, a department or the entire workforce in a few simple steps - Chinese Mandarin, French, Japanese, Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish. Yolingo has collaborated with some highly regarded language teachers to simplify the learning process at beginner level. We don’t believe in total immersion learning for adult learners so all instruction and explanation in our courses is in English.

Our Mission

Our mission is to promote the importance of language & cultural learning in today’s globalised economy but to do so by offering a solution that a company of any size can implement with ease. Of course, English is the de facto international language but only 25% of the world’s population (including native English speakers) can hold a conversation in English. £50BN of potential revenue is lost each year by UK companies alone, because of a language skills deficit in their organisations. Even if your company isn’t trading in overseas markets or has no plans to, having the ability to communicate in a second language is without doubt very rewarding and can open up a whole new world and a whole new set of perspectives.Give Yolingo a try today!

Meet The Team


Will Hatfield

Founder & CEO

Having spent close to 10 years living in Paris and the Côte d'Azur, Will still likes to speak French at every opportunity. Whilst in France he launched his first language learning startup AngloBuddy.fr and having sinced returned to London has worked in business development for a number of internet and technology startups. Outside of work, Will is passionate about rugby - especially French rugby - and has been a long-time and loyal supporter of Parisian club Racing 92.




Spanish teacher

Martin was born in Montevideo, the capital of Uruguay. In 2012 he got a degree in literature with a paper on Tango's lyrics and Uruguayan poetry. As a language teacher, he's taught Spanish to exchange students and workers from different countries in large corporations including Nike and Walt Disney. He worked as a Spanish language assistant in France in 2011, and is currently taking a Master contemporary philosophy in Paris, where he's still busy working as a Spanish teacher in French high schools and in the "BTS Assistant Manager" course.



Mandarin teacher

Howard is from Hong Kong and has been teaching Chinese Mandarin to foreign students in Paris over the last two years to help them improve on their pronunciation skills. Students in France include employees from Facebook, Google and Dailymotion. Howard has lived and taught in Beijing, Geneva and Paris. He is a masters graduate in International Public Management from Sciences Po, Paris.




Portuguese Brazilian teacher

Edinaldo is from São Paulo, Brazil. He has a degree in Languages from Brazil and qualifications from England (An OCR Diploma for teaching Languages to adults and a City & Guilds stage 1 teacher training certificate), amongst others. 'Eddie' runs his own school in West London teaching Portuguese Brazilian to many British and foreign learners. In 2011 and 2012 he compiled 8 short learning books, called DIA A DIA. They are available on leading online retailers in the UK and abroad.



Japanese teacher

Evelyn is half Japanese, half Spanish. Her Japanese origins are from Ashiya, near Osaka. She lives in London and is passionate about languages with five years of experience in private tuition in Barcelona and London - teaching both children and adults.




French teacher

Elodie is from a small town in Brittany called Guingamp, and went to university in France studying English, Spanish and Italian. She moved to England six years ago to do a Masters in Education and Modern Foreign Languages. She did her teacher training (Post Graduate Certificate in Education) in Modern Foreign languages, at King's College, in London and is now in charge of the French department at a highly prestigious private school for girls in North London.