Thursday May 10, 2018 0 comments
DENVER -- SendGrid, Inc. (NYSE: SEND), a leading digital communication platform that drives engagement and growth, announced the opening of its new Silicon Valley office at 889 Winslow St., Suite 400, in Redwood City, Calif.
The 15,000-square-foot space nearly triples the footprint of its previous Redwood City office and can accommodate up to 80 employees.
The open floor plan design space mirrors the look and feel of SendGrid’s global headquarters in Denver and its recently announced new office in Irvine, Calif., the company said.
“Our new and expanded Redwood City office supports our ongoing efforts to attract world class talent from multiple talent pools beyond Denver, and particularly in regions where we have a strategic presence,” said Pattie Money, Sendgrid’s chief people officer.
“Like all of our offices, the Redwood City space features connectivity tools and multiple open, collaborative workspaces intentionally designed to help foster our award-winning employee culture.”
Sendgrid said recruiting and retaining tech talent is a top priority for the company, noting that Silicon Valley provides a strategic presence for it to be more competitive and attract local talent in the tech community.
The new building features abundant natural light and mountain views and is conveniently located in close proximity to the Caltrain in the heart of downtown Redwood City and provides employees with bike storage, showers, parking and free lunch daily from nearby restaurants.
SendGrid’s Redwood City presence has continued to grow at a steady pace since its opening in 2015. The company currently has more than 400 employees spread across its Denver, Redwood City, Irvine and London locations.