TORONTO, February 19, 2015 — ScribbleLive is on the move.
Success—and an ever-expanding worldwide client roster—has seen Scribble Technologies Inc. (Scribble), makers of ScribbleLive, continue to grow significantly over the past few years. And with success comes change.
The company announced today it has moved to a new location in the heart of Toronto’s thriving tech scene near Front St. and Spadina Rd. The official office-warming event will take place on Thursday, February 19.
Scribble co-founder Michael De Monte says the company’s staff will benefit from a larger space not only due to Scribble’s growing business but also because it is important to provide the right physical environment. “We are constantly striving to exceed the expectations of our clients, and based on what our clients are telling us, we have been able to do just that. But to continue to lead the way in our business in terms of creativity and innovation, we require a work space that will allow our people to collaborate most effectively.”
Located on the third floor of the historic Steel Briggs building, which is in the midst of a major transformation, the new Scribble office is a striking blend of open space, gleaming glass and state of the art technology. From work pods, sound isolation rooms and a café/town hall meeting space to a chill lounge and privacy areas, the Scribble office design is part of a plan to breathe new life into the one hundred year-old building.
Toronto architect Gillian Green worked with De Monte to design the unique look, which De Monte says is not only attractive but also highly functional. “Gillian has created a wonderful environment for us, with an emphasis on natural light. With access to video conference rooms, a game room, swings, stadium and bench seating, everything is designed to enable our staff to develop the features and services that will market our clients’ products even more effectively.”
Scribble has a history of attracting and retaining top talent in the industry and is now considered one of the premier tech companies to work for in Toronto. The company, which saw its staff grow by 42% in 2014, is in the process of recruiting additional talent to meet growing market demand. There is room to accommodate that growth not only within the current third floor office space but in the revamped Steel Briggs building as well.
After an outstanding year driven by its proprietary content marketing platform and expanded software offerings, ScribbleLive is poised to grow even more in 2015. Recent announcements regarding Ad integration and RSS automation are but two examples of Scribble constantly responding to what their clients want.
For Scribble, the move to Spadina is about much more than simply a “new office”. It’s about providing the optimal creative and functional environment to develop products and services that differentiate their clients’ brands by delivering increasingly unique content for customers.
This move will be a catalyst for future growth and success for Scribble — and their clients.
About Scribble Technologies Inc.
Scribble Technologies is a SaaS technology company offering the leading content marketing platform available today. The platform, ScribbleLive, serves as an end-to-end solution for all marketers, powering digital content creation, distribution and optimization. Scribble has an international network of customers including world-class brands: Bayer, CNN, ESPN, Fast Company, Ferrari, Mashable, Reuters, Rogers, Samsung, The Associated Press and hundreds of others. The company was founded in 2008 and has offices in Toronto, London, New York, Dubai and Melbourne. For more information, visit www.scribblelive.com.
Tara Robertson, ScribbleLive
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