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Treehouse moving headquarters to Portland

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Thursday, April 19, 2012
Online education startup Treehouse has raised $4.75 million in investment backing and is moving its headquarters to Portland from Florida.

Founded last November, the company currently has 34 employees and is in the process of adding a dozen more. It makes its training videos in an Orlando studio, but chief executive Ryan Carson lives in England.
In an e-mail, Carson said that he plans to move to Portland in September and base Treehouse's executive and product teams here. He said he hopes to establish a base of 10 employees in Oregon.

Read more at OregonLive.com.

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