Take a look at Glossybox’s new office

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Many startups opened or moved into nice offices this year. Though they do not have time to take care of fancy extras, many founders and CEOs want to make sure that employees love their new work space. We have been to many offices and shared pictures with our readers from e.g.  SoundCloud after they moved into the Factory, or  when visiting the gaming company King.

Glossybox, the subscription-based beauty commerce business, moved with its 60 employees who are based in Berlin as well.

The 1260 square meter space was previously rented to Fab.

This is what Glossybox’s new office looks like:

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Glossybox made €31 million in revenue in 2013 and is forecast to reach the same amount this year. However, things did not always go well for the startup. After growing fast, it had to close offices in seven countries in November 2013. VentureVillage spoke with CEO Charles von Abercon about last year’s lay offs and shut downs, and his learnings.

 

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Images: Gründerszene / Hannah Loeffler / Glossybox