Foundation for future growth: InnoGames moves to larger office

Hamburg, May 22, 2013. Today, InnoGames announced it is moving to a larger office in order to prepare for future growth. The Hamburg-based online games developer plans to obtain the new office in the center of the German metropolis in spring 2014. With about 6.600 square meters, the new place provides space for up to 500 employees. This is an increase of about 80 percent – a good foundation for the future growth of the successful company.

“We are happy about this new property, as it gives us room for realizing our future growth plans and creating new job positions in our international team. The new office attracts both Hamburg residents as well as new potential colleagues from all over the world. Hamburg is known as Germany´s gaming capital and we are glad to be able to offer an easy accessible workplace in the city center”, InnoGames COO Michael Zillmer explains. The new rooms also offer a high quality interior and the chance to create a playful and modern office atmosphere.

InnoGames currently employs 230 people from over 20 nations. The company plans to reach its goal of 280 employees until the end of the year. With this, InnoGames would reach the limit of its current building. Besides that, InnoGames´ strong economic growth offers the chance for a dynamic business development: InnoGames wrapped up 2012 as its most successful year ever with a record turnover of 50 Million Euro and wants to top this number in 2013. The company´s most successful games are Grepolis, Tribal Wars and The West. A few weeks ago, its title Forge of Empires won the “Deutscher Computerspielpreis” for “Best Browsergame”.


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