Miro to expand its Amsterdam office to create its largest hub worldwide
Software company Miro, which provides an online whiteboard platform for team collaboration, will dramatically expand its presence in Amsterdam, making the hub the largest of the company’s 11 locations worldwide and its co-headquarters.
Miro announces Amsterdam expansion and co-headquarters
The company will open its new Amsterdam hub in February 2022 at Stadhouderskade, a historic building in the city centre. As its new co-headquarters with San Francisco, it will be Miro’s largest hub of its 11 locations in US, Europe and Asia.
Miro also announced it will also grow its Amsterdam-based workforce from 441 employees to nearly 1,000 in the next year, across all functions including Product, Engineering, Marketing, Sales, and Customer Success.
Miro co-founder and CEO Andrey Khusid said: “Amsterdam is an incredibly special place to me and an important hub for Miro. As an Amsterdam resident, I’m constantly inspired by the energy of this city and its growing technology scene. We’re confident this city’s vibrant community and culture will continue to inspire our employees to build the best collaboration platform possible for our customers.”
Amsterdam Deputy Mayor Victor Everhardt welcomed the news, and said: “We are very excited that Miro has chosen to grow and innovate further here in Amsterdam, especially since they are committed to joining initiatives that develop and foster home-grown tech talent.”
Amsterdam’s vibrant tech sector
Amsterdam is the founding city of pioneers like WeTransfer and Adyen, and home to 450+ multinationals, including Tesla, Netflix and Miele X, many of which have their European headquarters here. With one of the most advanced digital infrastructures in Europe, an English-speaking workforce and highly ranked quality of life, tech companies increasingly choose Amsterdam to grow their business.