LONDON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–monday.com (NASDAQ: MNDY), a work operating system (Work OS) that enables organizations of all sizes to create the tools and processes they need to manage all aspects of their work, opens new and expanded offices in London as the company continues to expand in the UK and globally. As monday.com’s European headquarters, the new offices can accommodate up to 150 people, and are located in London’s Fitzrovia district, one of the main epicenters of the city’s bustling tech scene.
The opening of the new premises comes hot on the heels of the launch of monday.com’s first offices in the UK, which opened in November 2021. The company has grown significantly over the past five months, necessitating a move to a larger space much sooner than originally planned: monday.com has not only doubled its workforce since last year, but the company also plans to recruit more than 100 employees in the UK by the end of 2022, and currently recruiting for vacancies in the IT, consulting, marketing, and partnerships and alliances departments. monday.com has also chosen the London offices as the first international site for its training academy, Monday U. As an academic initiative, monday U will train talented individuals who wish to enter the technology sector, so that they can access positions at monday.com, as well as within the UK high-tech industry in its whole.
“We are very proud to open our new offices in the bustling tech community of London, a location that will be our headquarters for the EMEA region. Designed to reflect our values, it’s a space for monday.com employees, customers and partners to collaborate in a professional and friendly way,” said Naveed Malik, regional director for the EMEA region at monday.com. “Furthermore, we are rapidly growing our ecosystem of customers and partners, and are excited to see more businesses growing alongside us, leveraging agile low-code and no-code solutions to run their businesses.” »
Similar to its offices in other locations, such as New York City and Tel Aviv, this new space not only reflects monday.com’s core values, including collaboration, ownership and transparency, but also enables individuals to experience them on a daily basis in their work. For example, transparency is reflected in the digital dashboards on the walls, where teams can showcase the data they use to drive projects forward. Likewise, the spirit of collaboration is encouraged through thoughtful seating plans throughout the offices, ranging from informal sofa nooks to meeting rooms of various sizes that can accommodate all types of teams.
“The collaboration between our workplace design team and local employees, as they shared their ideas and received live feedback throughout the process, was amazing. All employees in the London offices have had the opportunity to feel part of the company in a tangible way that goes far beyond day-to-day work,” explained Keren Reznik, Head of the Venue Design Team. work at monday.com. “It will be an ongoing process: our space will evolve to reflect our culture as well as the progression of the tech industry. We are already considering several possible design options for our second floor, which will open in July. »
monday.com’s Work OS (Work OS) is an open platform that democratizes the power of software so that organizations can easily create software applications and work management tools to meet all their needs. The platform intuitively connects people to processes and systems, enabling teams to excel in all aspects of their work, while creating an environment of transparency within companies. monday.com has teams in Tel Aviv, New York, San Francisco, Miami, Chicago, London, kyiv, Sydney, São Paulo and Tokyo. The platform is fully customizable to fit any industry and is currently used by over 152,000 customers from over 200 industries spanning 200 countries.
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