The continuous demand for quality education in third-world and less-developed countries has created an extensive niche for EON Reality’s virtual reality based knowledge transfer solutions.

Dan Lejerskar, Chairman of EON Reality, announces Aeon Mauritius will be operational by the first quarter of 2015. The company aims to create 250 jobs after two years of activity and even wants to work with students of institutions higher education on the island.

“Maurice aims to become a Knowledge Hub for Africa, hence our choice to create a Hub IDC. In addition, it is the only international financial center that is part of all major regional organizations in Africa. This will facilitate our access to the continent,” said Dan Lejerskar.

The highly skilled workforce of Mauritius and the emergence of the middle class that characterizes the island are two additional factors that make it the ideal country to enter Africa.

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