After outgrowing its 6,000-square-foot space in Collegeville, Infinite Blue, a fast-growing software startup, has decided to move its headquarters to a significantly larger space in Audubon, writes Natalie Kostelni for the Philadelphia Business Journal.
Infinite Blue helps businesses continue operations in the wake of disruptions, such as cybersecurity threats. While most of its 70 local employees worked remotely during the pandemic, CEO Frank Shultz started to question if the company had a culture where people thrived by being together. To determine this, he called for a brainstorming meeting in July.
“While we always had people here and remote, we do really well together,” said Shultz.
As a result, the company signed a long-term lease on a 36,000-square-foot space in Audubon. A few weeks ago, the company moved into the new offices.
This is the third growth-spurred move for the company since it was started in 2013. Infinite Blue started in 1,000 square feet in Blue Bell, moved to 3,000 square feet in Eagleville, then relocated to Collegeville.
The new space in Audubon features individual offices, cubicles, and phone booths, along with small meeting rooms for two to four people. There is also a library, kitchen, dining room, and game room.
Read more about Infinite Blue in the Philadelphia Business Journal.