Spiritcube Expands into the Austin, Texas Technology Scene

Spiritcube a company that offers a Digital-After life for its users has recently expanded to Austin, Texas. This is their first expansion outside the State of Florida and they are focusing on Austin's reputation as a "big dog" in the technology sector.

Miami, FL, May 28, 2013 --(PR.com)-- American Business, Start-ups and Growth Companies are trending to a more conducive business climate. Austin, Texas, “Silicon Hills” is quickly becoming the next tech haven for ideas, talent, venture capital, less taxes and a Strong Business Climate. If businesses are looking for a sustainable, progressive and an affordable city to expand their futures, then they need to look no further than Austin, Texas. There's a reason why dozens of national and international technology based corporations chose to open an office and operate from Austin. The Information and Computer Technology industry was selected to be part of Texas Governor Rick Perry's growth initiative because of its powerful potential for future economic growth.

The Company has indicated that the city’s deep talent pool would enable it to hire the type of workers it is seeking. The University of Texas has been a big recruiting station for the company, as it looks for young, tech-savvy workers.

The employees at the Austin offices work with developers and with local software companies that are developing applications for the Spiritcube platform. They also field user questions and help with current site issues. Spiritcube expects to keep adding workers this year and well into the future, although company growth projections are not available.

Austin has proven itself one of the best cities for economic growth, and it has been recognized as having the highest small-business vitality. With a nation leading job index it is one of the least impacted cities by the recent recession and housing collapse. Resilient and successful, the city has already attracted, nurtured and grown hundreds of companies, many with names recognized across the globe it’s no surprise that Texas was rated number one again in CNBC’s “America’s Top States for Business” study.
Spirit Cube Inc
Sara Marshall