The Sooner State is diversifying into a variety of hot growth sectors, including a rapidly expanding hub of data centers.
Real estate valuations, data, and analytics technology company will add 400 jobs to the region.
The collaboration is part of an ongoing effort to expand student skills and understanding of applied computing to meet the growing demand for highly skilled IT professionals and business leaders.
The training center will develop a pipeline of skilled workers for Nissan’s Tennessee manufacturing operations and critical opportunities for current and prospective employees to learn valuable skills in advanced manufacturing.
Honda became the first Japanese automaker to manufacture in Canada when it opened its Alliston assembly plant in 1986. It added a second assembly plant in 1998 and an engine plant in 2008.
The new offices will also accommodate MHPSA’s new shared administrative services activity.
Business is booming in Oklahoma, and the state’s secretary of commerce explains how and why things are only going to get better.
The center will officially open its doors in the first quarter of 2015, and will soon be hiring for a variety of jobs.
New tech center will result in nearly 500 jobs in Acadiana.
M-WERC envisions the center as a resource for both entrepreneurs—independent individuals with ideas they want to transform into successful businesses—and “intrapreneurs”—individuals employed by companies who have an idea that they want to turn into a profitable product or service offering.