monday.com, a work operating system (Work OS) where organisations of any size can create the tools and processes they need to manage every aspect of their work, has opened a new, larger office in London as it continues to expand in the United Kingdom and globally.
As monday.com’s European headquarters, the new office can hold up to 150 people and is located in Fitzrovia, one of the main epicentres of London’s bustling tech scene.
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This new premises comes soon after the launch of monday.com’s first UK office, which had only opened in November 2021. The company has scaled significantly in the past five months, prompting the move to a bigger space much sooner than initially anticipated.
Not only did monday.com double its headcount last year, the firm is planning to have over 100 employees in the UK by the end of 2022, and is currently hiring for open roles across IT, consulting, marketing, and partnerships and alliances. monday.com has also chosen the London office as the first international location for its training academy, monday U.
An academic initiative, monday U will train talented individuals looking to enter the tech industry so they can access roles at monday.com and the UK high-tech industry at large.
“We are proud to launch our new home in London’s bustling tech community, which will act as our EMEA headquarters. It is a space for monday.com employees, clients, and partners to collaborate as colleagues,” says Naveed Malik, Regional Director, EMEA at monday.com.
“We are expanding our client ecosystem and are thrilled to see more and more companies grow with us, leveraging agile low-code and no-code solutions to manage their work.”
How unique are monday.com’s new premises?
Similar to its offices in other locations, such as New York City and Tel Aviv, the new office space not only reflects monday.com’s core values, including collaboration, ownership, and transparency, but also empowers people to live them in their day-to-day work.
For example, transparency is reflected through digital dashboards on the walls where teams can showcase the data they are using to progress projects. Similarly, a sense of collaboration is encouraged through thoughtful seating plans across the office, ranging from informal sofa corners to meeting rooms of various sizes that can accommodate all team types.
“The collaboration between our workplace design team and the local employees, as they shared thoughts and got feedback throughout the process was incredible. Everyone in the London office had the opportunity to feel part of the firm in a tangible way that goes beyond day-to-day work,” explains Keren Reznik, workplace design team lead at monday.com.
“Our space will evolve to reflect our culture and the changing tech industry. We are already looking at possible concept options for our second floor, which will open in July.”