EON Reality has been establishing Virtual and Augmented Reality solutions for businesses to continue hiring and to train employees involved in computer services, banking, insurance and shipbuilding.
Infotel seeks fifty junior and experienced employees.
“We also train physicists and oceanographers in our university to teach programming,” says Stéphane Bourva, director of the Western region for Infotel.
The French subsidiary of the American Eon Reality, the world leader in virtual and augmented reality, has an agreement with the Laval Chamber of Commerce to train employees it needs. A first class of 18 students is being trained.
“We need engineers, developers and highly skilled graphic designers in emerging occupations. We plan to hire 70 people within three years,” says Yann Froger, CEO of the French subsidiary.
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