Home is where we make it.
Creating that feeling of home for anyone means we have to be ready and available everywhere our customers are – no matter where they are. Our two global headquarters are connected to our customers by a massive network of operations hubs and customer service centers.
Massachusetts has one of the best school systems in the country, coming in at #2 for the best state to receive a K–12 education, based on research done by the U.S. News & World Report. The state is home to over 100 colleges and universities, including the #2 nationally ranked Harvard University and the top two liberal arts schools, Williams College and Amherst College.
Health and safety run through our city.
Our city continues to lead the world in research and care. Massachusetts General Hospital and Brigham and Women’s Hospital were named two of the top hospitals on U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals Honor Roll, and Boston’s Children Hospital has been the #1 spot for seven consecutive years for pediatric care.
The Bay State is the new Bay Area.
With over 2,500 tech companies calling Boston home, we are quickly becoming a destination for entrepreneurs, start-ups, and larger organizations who are tapping into a strong network of top talent, grads, and accelerators.
Our European headquarters is located in the heart of Berlin at historic Alexanderplatz. The most recognizable of the city’s commercial hubs, bustling Alexanderplatz brings together modern department stores and iconic landmarks. But characterstic of Berlin’s juxtaposition of old and new, stroll for just a few blocks and you leave the mad dash of the city for Nikolaiviertel, Berlin’s oldest residential quarter. Inside our office, you’ll notice a modern, industrial vibe, with high ceilings and airy open spaces. Want to get some fresh air? Come out to the roof deck for a coffee or a yoga class!
The EU’s art and music hub.
Berlin has a thriving music and art scene, and is known for its numerous events which take place all year round. With venues like the Mercedes-Benz Arena and Waldbühne hosting large-scale events like Rolling Stones concerts, there are also some legendary spots around the city with a focus on everything from punk to classical to jazz club nights.
Keeping the EU green.
Berlin is home to over 2,500 public parks spanning over 65 sq. km. (16,000 acres) – more than any other city in Europe! Whether it’s exploring monuments or enjoying a beer garden, Berlin’s parks and green spaces are perfect for enjoying the weather and the outdoors.
The tech capital of Europe.
Berlin’s network of incubators and accelerator programs allows hundreds of tech start-ups to launch here every year. With a strong foundation for funding and many coworking spaces, entrepreneurs from all over Europe come to Berlin to start that next big thing.