Markforged completes move to new headquarters

April 11, 2023

The relocation of its headquarters has allowed Markforged employees to work in a single location (Courtesy Business Wire)
The relocation of its headquarters has allowed Markforged employees to work in a single location (Courtesy Business Wire)

Markforged has completed the transition to a new global headquarters in Waltham, Massachusetts, in a move uniting employees previously split between corporate headquarters and its research & engineering facility. The new headquarters can accommodate over 500 employees, and includes engineering labs and a product showroom.

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“This move is a significant milestone for Markforged,” stated Shai Terem, president and CEO of Markforged. “It will allow us to continue developing cutting-edge technology and solutions faster than ever before so that our manufacturing customers around the world can rely on us for mission critical part production right on their factory floors.”

Markforged has relocated its headquarters (Courtesy Business Wire)
Markforged has relocated its headquarters (Courtesy Business Wire)

The headquarters are reported to feature a modern design and amenities intended to promote teamwork, innovation and employee well-being. The office space includes open work areas, meeting rooms, and a variety of breakout spaces for team members to collaborate. The facility is now the home of Markforged’s corporate, commercial, and engineering teams, increasing interdepartmental synergy and customer service by enabling more communication between teams.

“We are thrilled to have our entire metro Boston team in one location, as this will foster a stronger sense of community and collaboration. Not only can we be more efficient but our new home gives us the room to have fun and be with each other more often,” added Dorit Liberman, Chief Human Resources Officer of Markforged. “We believe that this move will enhance our ability to foster our ‘One Team’ culture as we continue to grow.”

www.markforged.com

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