Global Web Developer Americaneagle.com Bringing Jobs to Downtown Chicago
Up to 30 positions starting this year with more expected to come
Americaneagle.com, answering a continuing strong demand for web design and development services, is thrilled to announce the opening of a new office to be located right in the heart of downtown at 2 North Lasalle in Chicago.
Along with about 300 employees at their Des Plaines, Illinois corporate headquarters, the new space in downtown Chicago will initially include around 4500 square feet, with enough space for up to 30 employees.
Americaneagle.com CEO Tony Svanascini said “Our new downtown Chicago office will serve as a great base to continue with the successful web design and development services we’ve been offering for over 20 years. With many iconic Chicago brands as customers, including the Bears, Portillos, WeatherTech.com, and Gonnella Baking Company, we look forward to more in person meetings with companies and organizations that have a downtown presence.”
Americaneagle.com started building and hosting websites in 1994 and has grown into a 300-plus employee company. Listed on the Inc. 500/5000 list of the fastest growing companies multiple times, as well as one of the Top 40 Digital Companies in Chicago in 2015 by Built in Chicago, Americaneagle.com is proud to bring upwards of 30 more jobs to Chicago, with the plan to increase this figure every year.
“Americaneagle.com has shown to be a dynamic and quickly growing company,” said Jeff Malehorn, president & CEO of World Business Chicago. “It’s an exciting time for Chicago’s tech and digital community, and Americaneagle.com is a valuable addition to the roster of businesses calling Chicago home.”
Svanascini cited the city’s global rank as a top tech center and tech talent hub as some of the main reasons to expand operations to the downtown Chicago area. He said “We’ve continued to grow and add to our high-end, quality staff year after year, and look forward to bringing on board the best talent in order to provide our customers and prospective customers with the highest quality web design services.”
Americaneagle.com provides web development services to a diverse array of companies and organizations in a wide range of industries, from sports to ecommerce to non-profits and associations.
For more information about the new Chicago office opening, please contact Mike Svanascini, President of Americaneagle.com, at 847-699-0300 or visit Americaneagle.com.
About Americaneagle.com, Inc.
Americaneagle.com, Inc., founded in 1978, is a leading Web design, development, and hosting company based in Des Plaines, Illinois. Currently, Americaneagle.com employs approximately 300 professionals in offices throughout the country including Chicago, Cleveland, Dallas, Washington D.C., New York, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles. Some of their 5,000+ clients include the Chicago Bears, Capstone Publishing, Stuart Weitzman, International Paper, ADA, Komatsu USA, and more. For additional information about Americaneagle.com, visit www.americaneagle.com.
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