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A company that supplies education authorities across the US with online career planning tools has opened up a new area of office space in Austin, Texas.
ConnectEDU is looking to make the most of deals agreed recently with relevant parties in Texas and has ear-marked its Austin office as the base for its forth-coming operations across the southern United States.
The basic idea behind the company’s business is to offer a way for parents, pupils and educators to identify college courses and career paths that are both viable and desirable for the individuals involved. A number of significant implementation agreements were reached in various parts of the US by the company towards the end of last year.
Craig Powell, ConnectEDU’s chief executive, said: “We are thrilled to open an office in the Lone Star State. As a company, we’re poised for continued growth, with a pool of exceptional talent to choose from in Austin.”
“We’re committed to providing schools with comprehensive online products to help students, parents, counsellors, teachers, and administrators manage the high school-to-college-to-career planning process,” added Chris Sharman, the newly-appointed director of ConnectEDU’s operation in Texas.
Back in November of last year, the renewable energy giant SunPower revealed its plan to open a new area of office space in Austin, with around 450 jobs set to be created in the process.
Taking the American office space market as a whole, the past few years have been difficult for both owners and occupiers but Cushman & Wakefield recently reported the first full-year positive absorption figures nationwide since 2007.