E Revolution Ventures Inc. Works with Local Students to Develop Tech Skills

Felecia BenZakan, Web Design Director teaches web development class at Del Tech in the 2014 Spring semester.

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Selbyville, DE (PRWEB) March 10, 2014

E Revolution Ventures is working to empower students emerging into the workforce with the knowledge they need to succeed by helping to develop their technology skills. Felecia BenZakan, Web Development Director at E Revolution Ventures, will teach a professional web development class at the Delaware Technical & Community College in the 2014 Spring semester.

“Regardless of the particular career each student is seeking after graduating with a degree in Web Development, entering the workforce with a variety of marketable skills makes a student more valuable to potential employers,” said BenZakan. “The ability to communicate with clients, project management and self-promotion are just as important to a career as the technical and artistic aspects of website design.”

BenZakan enjoys helping aspiring web developers reach their potential, and has helped interns establish the professional skills they needed to obtain careers in the web industry. She uses her own background in graphic design, front end development, and business management to oversee E Revolution Ventures’ creative division.

E Revolution Ventures is a data-driven e-commerce company using smart algorithms to track and sell millions of products across more than a dozen product categories online. Originating from brick and mortar roots with several retail stores today, E Revolution was recently ranked 7th among the fastest growing e-commerce businesses in the United States in Internet Retailer magazine's list of the top 500 e-commerce businesses and was the third 3rd fastest growing company in Delaware with sales growth from 2010 to 2012 at 626%. E Revolution Ventures finished 2013 at over $43 million in sales expects to keep its current high-speed growth rate through 2014.