Digital learning startup moves headquarters to St. Petersburg • St Pete Catalyst

A startup that creates e-learning courses for businesses will open in downtown St. Petersburg.

Enovate Learning LLCfounded in 2019, announced on its social media accounts that it will be moving from Marietta, Georgia to St. Petersburg and will be based in the Station House coworking space.

“We are excited to relocate our business to St. Petersburg, Florida, as the area will provide a base for new growth initiatives in the future. The Tampa Bay area is one of the leading business growth areas for women-owned businesses, offering an educated and diverse talent pool and a growing tech scene ideal for the future of Enovate Learning,” Rema Merrick, owner of Enovate Learning, said in a statement.

The move to Saint Petersburg will be effective from August 1. The company is also a member of the St. Petersburg Chamber of Commerce.

Enovate Learning creates self-paced e-learning courses, scenario-based courses, software simulations, games, animated videos and assessments. The company uses platforms such as Adobe Captivate and Articulate Storyline 360, according to its website.

Training courses include tutorials, software simulations, job aids, participant/instructor guides, manuals, animated videos, charts and feedback surveys using the latest technologies and instructional development tools.

Enovate Learning’s founder, Merrick, leads the design and development of all projects. According to Enovate Learning’s website, she has more than seven years of experience creating interactive learning experiences for organizations in the airline, natural gas, automotive and other industries.

Enovate Learning joins many other technology companies that have recently moved to St. Petersburg, including Shamrck, Spontivly, and Procoto, which also moved from Georgia to St. Pete.

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