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Code42 Moves Into Center of Minnesota’s Technology Hub

Minneapolis —

Code42, the leader in endpoint data protection and recovery, announced it has moved into its new 65,000 square-foot global headquarters at 100 Washington Square in downtown Minneapolis. The newly remodeled offices offer a variety of collaborative spaces and destinations designed for bringing people together that will also enable the company to grow locally.

"We built a world-class technology workplace in downtown Minneapolis to attract the region's most experienced and capable people from our industry,” said Joe Payne, president and CEO of Code42. “If you like to collaborate with your peers on market-leading products, you will love working in this 21st-century office. Bringing together the region's best people allows us to build, market, sell, and service great products for our customers."

Town hall space is incorporated for company-wide gatherings and conference rooms are named after Code42 customers. The open floor workspaces with low partitions and column-free spacing also provide comfortable, creative options that promote movement throughout the day. Onsite amenities include a “genius bar” for walkup IT support, whiteboard walls, mother’s rooms, and a central kitchen equipped with food, beverages, gourmet coffee machines, and kombucha and Blackeye Roasting Co. nitro cold brew on tap.

Adjacent to both downtown Minneapolis and the North Loop, 100 Washington Square is well positioned in terms of business activity. Code42 is in the midst of an exponential growth spurt, having doubled its ranks in the past 12 months with over 250 new employees, including significant leadership hires in key management, finance, engineering, and sales positions; the company’s headcount is now 506. Code42 also opened offices in Broomfield, Colorado and San Mateo, California last year.

Designed by world-renowned architect Minoru Yamasaki, 100 Washington Square features an outside patio, Zen garden, bocce ball court, and fitness center. Heralded for its sustainability efforts, the building has an EPA ENERGY STAR score of 97, a Walkability Score of 95, and is connected to the extensive Minneapolis Skyway System.

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