uTest Opens its (Brand-New) Doors!

panorama muralThose of us at team uTest have been in our swanky new penthouse headquarters for a little over a month now. This past Wednesday, we opened up our new home to our Boston-area tech friends and neighbors at our first-ever uTest HQ open house. As first reported via an interview with our CEO in the Boston Business Journal earlier this year, we’ve doubled our space and signed a multi-year lease as we prepare for the future of the apps economy. Our new offices – still in the Boston area’s thriving Metro-West tech scene – are designed in an open concept, complete with great views, a media center (complete with sliding in-wall doors), a brand-new stainless steel kitchen with retro bar stools and benches, and a post-industrial, modern feel.

Friends, neighbors and partners filled our new digs on Wednesday to take tours, eat delicious snacks, take-in our cool new mural depicting our organizational milestones (as you can see in the picture accompanying this post) and discuss our recent successes. We even received a formal acknowledgement from our State Senator congratulating us on our move.

We’ll be debuting an online tour of the new HQ soon, so be on the lookout for that. Until then, checkout some more pics from our open house and, for those attending STPcon in a few weeks, know that we’ll be delivering a keynote and exhibiting so make sure you say hello!

Comments

  1. Tulai Paul says

    Congrats! Excellent efforts for the team. We expect that even the premier ad network companies should also start relying on building up their own offices to control the mobile apps and games developed by the string of freelancers. They can come into questions as the emergence of appnext, admob, chartboost, tapjoy, adoclony and others may trigger off the quality issue

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