StudentBridge, an award-winning company providing student engagement and lifecycle solutions to colleges across the nation, will accelerate its growth in both financial and human capital, continuing its $7.5 million investment and creating 50 new jobs over the next two years from its new headquarters in Chamblee, GA.
“We are thrilled to be expanding into Atlanta’s newest technology hub in Chamblee,” said StudentBridge Founder and CEO Jonathan Clues. “Our company is proud to boast some of the strongest emerging young talent in the technology and education fields, something that will continue to grow over the next few years.”
StudentBridge provides student engagement and lifecycle solutions to institutions of higher learning through personalized engagement platforms, virtual campus experiences and interactive campus maps, dramatically increasing student engagement and leading to higher conversion rates. Due to high levels of success, the company outgrew its former space, prompting the company to relocate to a larger, more modern facility in Chamblee.
“We are excited that StudentBridge will continue to grow and invest here in Atlanta,” said Georgia Department of Economic Development (GDEcD) Commissioner Pat Wilson. “We are proud of our pro-business climate that enables companies like StudentBridge to grow at an unprecedented pace. Our rapidly-growing, highly-skilled workforce will certainly meet their needs as they begin operating out of their new headquarters in Chamblee.”
StudentBridge will finalize its move at the end of June. GDEcD Project Manager Asante Bradford represented the Global Commerce Division on the project in partnership with Georgia Power.
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