San Francisco-based SchoolMint, a software company that develops software for educators, announced it plans to consolidate its U.S. operations and move the company headquarters to Lafayette.
““With this headquarters relocation from Silicon Valley to South Louisiana, SchoolMint reinforces what we’ve known for a long time: Louisiana is a great place for doing business all across the digital landscape,” said Governor John Bel Edwards.
The company also has offices in New York and Miami that will move along with the San Francisco-based team. The Lafayette facility will take an estimated $515,000 to build.
SchoolMint is the leading provider of digital solutions for enrollment management and student behavior improvement. The software is currently used in over 18,000 schools and nine million students across the country.