Burnaby, B.C. (PRWEB) September 28, 2012

On the heels of signing major distributorship deals for its English Second Language immersion program for young children in Asia, Cackleberries has opened its new North American headquarters in Burnaby, British Columbia.

The North American division of the company—which handles development, programming, curriculum, and animation for their virtual world and virtual ESL school as well as all product design and development—has been working remotely for a long time. The team, which is used to holding its daily meetings via Skype chat, is thrilled to have a brand new 3,700 square foot office to call home.

One of the company’s game designers, Chris Worboys, said, “I am always amazed at the creativity that flows when a group of people work on something they are passionate about. On my first day in the new office I could feel that passion!”

When asked what she thinks about the new headquarters, Cackleberries CEO, Eronne Foster, said, “It’s been a long time coming and I’m so grateful to have such a great team who has been able to produce great products remotely. And, I have my own office now and I’m going to be there every day to support the team as we continue to build Oville and the new Math School.”

Until midnight September 30th, anyone who signs up for a free membership to Cackleberries.com will receive a free copy of Different and the Same, an early reader Kindle picture book featuring Cackleberries’ Variety International ambassador “Charitee.”

Cackleberries.com is a children’s edutainment (entertainment and education) company offering a website, animation, toys, games, music and more. Most importantly Cackleberries introduces young children, three to seven, to online education with a dedication to keeping them safe. Cackleberries protects children from the internet with the latest technology, provides family-friendly content, and never advertises to children. The living virtual world of Oville is a place for children to learn and play in a guaranteed safe environment.

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