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Snapsheet Expands to Locate Headquarters in Chicago

Snapsheet, a provider of virtual claims technology for the personal and commercial insurance marketplace, opened the company’s new expanded operations center and headquarters at 1 N. Dearborn St. in Chicago, Illinois.

The company will occupy the entire sixth floor of its new building, which is more than double the size of the previous office at 52,000 sq. feet, and features open collaboration areas, lounge spaces, a game room, and access to a rooftop deck and a fitness center.

“Snapsheet has had so much success over the last several years. It was time to move into a bigger space to accommodate our growing team, and we couldn’t be happier in our new space,” said Brad Weisberg, Snapsheet’s CEO & Co-founder. “Our biggest priority with the new office was to build a space that encourages creativity, collaboration and most importantly, a space where people are excited to be at work every day.”

“It’s exciting to be part of a high-growth company with such a focus on its people,” said Chief People Officer Sarah Doll. “Our new space reflects our attitude and commitment to the Snapsheet team and our dedication to fostering an engaging and innovative workplace.”

According to city officials, the new office is designed to accommodate Snapsheet’s tremendous growth and marks the start of an exciting new chapter for the company, which was founded in 2011 with only four employees. Last year Snapsheet grew more than 150 percent to more than 420 employees and it expects to add an additional 150 in 2018.

“Snapsheet’s incredible growth shows what happens when you combine an innovative company with Chicago’s unparalleled workforce and thriving tech community,” Mayor Rahm Emanuel said. “This is Snapsheet’s latest milestone, not their last one. I look forward to watching this company’s continued progress and the possibilities they create for Chicago’s residents.”

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