Food – preparing it, sharing it, consuming it – plays a major role at our company. It’s always been that way, and our kitchen downstairs was simply getting too small for our roughly 60 employees — even though, thanks to our wildly disparate daily rhythms, everyone takes breaks at different times.
But that’s all changed with our expansion, which allows us now to once again host events and trainings for our customers, freelance partners and our teams. Naturally, we wanted to design our spaces so that they could all be used flexibly: as common areas, as spaces for catering events, and as casual lounges perfect for grabbing a quick coffee. In short:
We wanted rooms that inspire.
And rooms that make people enthusiastic about always thinking one step ahead. After all, even in our industry, “business as usual” simply no longer works. To develop communications even further, we’ll have to continue to bring more and more linguists and specialists onto our team and, as such, expand the amount of space we have available to us.
When, at the end of last year, the space just above our ground-floor office became available, we were faced with a difficult decision; but in the end, the choice was crystal clear.