Infographic: What Tech CEO’s Want In Office Space

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Tech Office Space

What do Tech CEO’s want and value most in their office space?

From location to space design, here is what five tech CEO’s had to say about their office space.

“We need the right space from which to grow the Medium team and position Obvious to focus on bringing our new ideas to life. We’re excited to get three custom floors on Market Street, in the heart of downtown. Being surrounded by like-minded peers in a creative space also serves as an inspiration.” – Evan Williams, CEO of The Obvious Corporation

“We were very inspired by city design and by cities in general—by areas where people cohabitate, come together, and share things in a quick and easy manner. We wanted to bring that same sensibility to the office.” – Jack Dorsey, CEO of Square

“Some of the best decisions and insights come from hallway and cafeteria discussions, meeting new people, and impromptu team meetings. We need to be one Yahoo!, and that starts with physically being together.” – Marissa Mayer, CEO of Yahoo!

“When you’re a five-person startup, you find space you can afford and you
probably don’t have money to do anything with it. If you’re hiring away from a big tech company, it helps to be in a good location with high-quality facilities.” – Duncan Logan, CEO of RocketSpace

“We invested a great deal of time in our search for the ideal home for
Infusionsoft as we continue this next phase of explosive growth. Chandler’s Price Corridor represents a budding center for tech companies and talent.” – Clate Mask, CEO of Infusionsoft

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