Virtual Academics Announces Additional Asian Alliance
BOCA RATON, Fla., Mar 20, 2001 — VirtualAcademics.com, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: VADC) announced today the signing of an agreement with Rochester (Taiwan) Consulting Corp. (AsiaBoss.com). Under the new agreement, VADC will offer Chinese MBA corporate training curricula to a group of more than 10,000 Taiwanese executives. This agreement further strengthens VADC’s previously established strategic alliances with other universities, educational institutions and education companies located throughout Southeast Asia.
John C. Loiseau, Marketing Director of VADC said, “This promising new agreement will add to our growth of Asian students, as well as provide additional Chinese content to our portfolio.”
Mr. Loiseau added, “Our concept of partnering with other companies, academic institutions, and universities throughout the world is the key to our global business model success.”
VirtualAcademics.com, Inc. is an education solutions provider that owns and operates online distance learning universities and schools offering Internet and wireless training with degree programs in multiple languages to students from 43 countries around the world. VADC operates one of the largest international educational portals on the World Wide Web. Through the VADC site, a potential student or corporate client can access more than 1,000 degree and training programs from a variety of institutions.
John C. Loiseau
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John C. Loiseau