Case Study: Foursquare New York City
Foursquare is one of the biggest, buzziest startups in New York. The location check-in mobile app was founded in 2009 by Dennis Crowley and Naveen Selvadurai and it has raised more than $70 million to date.
With 20 million users, 2.5 billion check-ins, and 5 million check-ins per day, Foursquare is one of the biggest mobile-first companies. We stopped by on Tuesday to interview Foursquare's Chief Revenue Officer, Steven Rosenblatt, and take a tour of the new office.
Most of Foursquare's 135 employees are located on the 10th floor of 568 Broadway, a building it shares with Equinox, Thrillist and ZocDoc.
The last time we were there was February to interview Crowley, and the team had just started moving into the space. Now it's fully furnished and each room is decorated like a check-in. There's a Swarm room that looks like a bee hive and an Herbivore room decked out with plants and earthy materials.
There are also gymnastics rings, a mini amphitheater, tons of games, gobs of food, picnic tables and weekly kegs.
Foursquare installed the Powerbx LITE Wall Mount in black for the iPad Mini 4 and the Powerbx LITE Door Mount in black for the iPad Mini 4 for their headquarters in San Francisco. Twitch runs Teem's meeting room and conference room booking software to help their employees work efficiently.
We are proud to have Twitch as a customer for this beautiful office space and others. We are also proud to be the preferred hardware solution for Teem, to help their clients develop office management and to intelligently manage their companies.
(Source: Business Insider)