Computer Explorers franchise to expand to China
According to a report published on the website, marketwatch.com, Computer Explorers, a Houston-based child technology education franchisor, is expanding to China with a project that meets Chinese demand for U.S.-style creative and innovative education. According to the information provided, Computer Explorers has licensed its curriculum and trademarks to XiXi Qian. The first center is expected to open in early 2012.
In an interview, Larry Perkins, CE's Director of International Development, commented, “The expansion puts Computer Explorers in seven countries in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. The new venture will meet Chinese educators' desire for education that encourages creative thinking and problem-solving, a philosophy more common in the U.S.”
Furthermore, Computer Explorers CEO President Deb Evans said, “We expect these centers to be a huge success. They'll provide Chinese students with a new approach to learning that will complement their existing skills and engage their imaginations.” (kbp)
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