I’ve been asking around, and it turns out more and more businesses are hopping aboard the Slack train.
We use it around these here parts, and the continued success of the chat app means they can afford to pimp out their East Coast headquarters in the Big Apple.
Oh, it also helps that they raised $539 million (R7 billion) from investors including Accel Partners, GV (formerly Google Ventures), and Thrive Capital.
Let’s snoop, with the images below from BusinessInsider:
When you first arrive, you sign in on an iPad. But the building was first constructed in the 1880s.
There’s also a common area for talks and other public gatherings. This is where Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield addressed the crowd at the office’s opening in January.
Slack offices also always have an espresso maker. Slack says they bring someone in to teach the employees how to pull a decent shot.
Every conference room at Slack can display a clock made of of emojis on its TVs when they’re not in use.
There’s a large amount of plant life scattered around the office.
There is also a nap room for tired workers — and mothers, if they need a private space.
OK, that last image is enough to make their offices pretty top notch.
We’re fine with looking envy-free, though, given that we call Cartel House home. That nap room is cool, but can they open an app and order a cocktail and rooftop pool sun-lounger with a few button taps?
Think about it…
Whether it’s office space for the team, or a desk for an individual, check out what’s on offer here and come play where the cool kids hang out.
See you by the pool – or more likely the nap room.
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