Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Pacific Learning Consortium to Establish Branch Office in Greenwich, Connecticut

The Pacific Learning Consortium, based in Honolulu, Hawaii, plans on opening a New York City Metropolitan-area branch office at 75 Holly Hill Lane, Greenwich, Connecticut. The firm’s business focuses on educational and training solutions as well as international exchanges and student recruitment from the Asia-Pacific Region.



“A business presence in the New York region is vital,” said Jeffrey Bingham Mead, president of the Consortium. “Greenwich, Connecticut is a sensible choice for us, our clients and strategic partners worldwide.” 


The Town of Greenwich, Connecticut was founded by Mead’s ancestors in the 17th century. Greenwich is currently celebrating its 375th year. It is home to many prominent hedge fund and financial service companies. 


It is also within 50 miles of New York City and New Haven, Connecticut, a region with the largest concentration of Fortune 500 companies and Ivy League and other institutions of higher education in the United States. 

CNN/Money and Money magazine has ranked Greenwich, Connecticut as first on its list of ‘100 Best Places to Live in the United States.’