Campaign Monitor, a provider of email marketing software for business, today announced a commitment to Sydney with the opening of its new Australia headquarters.
The Aussie start-up plans to double headcount and give back 3,000 paid employee community service hours into the Sydney community. The new office spans the top floors of 201 Elizabeth Street in Sydney, taking in sweeping views of the Sydney skyline in every direction. The new office space comes after the company raised $250 million in funding in April.
“Our Australia headquarters in Sydney was designed to attract the best talent, create a highly collaborative environment and enable us to deliver great products in less time,” said Alex Bard, CEO, Campaign Monitor. “We’re excited to join the local community and give back with new jobs and community service.”
Bard explained that it’s committed to growing in Australia and continues to expand and hire locally. Again named as a Great Place to Work in 2015 for the third year running, the company is committed to hiring 100 employees globally in the next 12 months.
Currently 64 employees are in the new CBD office, with room for at least 88 additional employees.
The office boasts a full functioning kitchen where breakfast and lunch is prepared for employees, a coffee-bar with barista on staff and even a custom mural designed by local street artist Elliot “Numskull” Routledge.
Millions of marketing professionals at more than 120,000 companies around the world, including BuzzFeed, Coca-Cola, Disney, Fitbit, Rip Curl and the San Diego Chargers, use Campaign Monitor to run email marketing campaigns that deliver results for their business.
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