Scott praises job growth at new Orlando tech center

Gov. Rick Scott hosted an event publicizing his employment initiative at Orlando's Web Benefits Design Corp.'s new Technology Center recently, focusing on Florida job growth and citing Web Benefits Design as an appropriate employer model.


Gov. Rick Scott hosted a recent event publicizing his employment initiative at Orlando, Florida's Web Benefits Design Corp.'s new Technology Center, focusing on Florida job growth and citing Web Benefits Design as an appropriate employer model.

By investing in a 70,000-square-foot technology center, successfully managing rapid growth and upholding plans to add new job positions continuously over the next few years, the employee benefits technology company won the Governor’s praise. "It's exciting to see a company like this grow," Scott said.

Web Benefits Design Corp., offering employee benefit software solutions through cloud-based products, will occupy its new national headquarters with the goal of accommodating new employees. The new center has enabled Web Benefits Design to double their staff in the last nine months.

"Our business is health care and technology," Bethany Schenk, company president, said. “These are the two most exciting and fastest moving business sectors in the country with no end in sight. We are looking to hire talented staff members immediately and have a budget in place to hire as many talented people as we can."

Web Benefits Design will add 30 new jobs this year and an additional 150 new jobs while they continue to collaborate with national insurance companies and brokers.

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