Bounce Exchange, a technology company that provides "behavioral automation" enabling online retailers and publishers to create customized shopping experiences for maximum conversion revenue, plans to relocate its corporate headquarters to 30,000 square feet of space in The New York Times building in New York City.
According to company officials, “One of the most significant new additions to the New York skyline is about to receive a startup infusion. The New York Times Building on 8th Avenue boasts America's first high rise curtain wall with ceramic sunscreen, a stunning ground floor garden, a 378-seat auditorium and now--ping pong tables.”
"Bounce Exchange has expanded so much over the past year – from 20 to 74 employees – that we either needed a new space or had to sit on each other's laps. Human resources preferred the former," stated Ryan Urban, CEO/Co-Founder of Bounce Exchange. "The New York Times Building has the room and iconic status to continue on our current growth trajectory and to showcase our ping pong playing prowess."
“The office will be transformed by G3 Architecture to accommodate the company's culture of creative, innovative chaos and cater to its nearly 100 employees. Cubicles, out. Nap pods, in. Sterile walls, out. Flex offices, in. Elevator music, out. Surround sound with Hall & Oates, in,” officials explained.