It’s a beautiful day in our new neighborhood!
Moving from a tiny, overly-crowded office to the shiny new Malwarebytes headquarters overlooking downtown San Jose has been pretty sweet, I must say.
Though technically, we’ve been in this new office building for almost three months now, I guess it’s not official until you do a ribbon cutting of the new digs with the Mayor of Silicon Valley.
With the bustling and vibrant downtown area as the backdrop, San Jose Mayor Chuck Reed officially welcomed Malwarebytes as part of the city’s downtown community this past Thursday.
“We’re excited for Malwarebytes to move to downtown San Jose,” said Mayor Reed. “Downtown is an exciting place with lots to do. We’re working hard for businesses so that companies like Malwarebytes could succeed here.”
As part of the ribbon cutting ceremony (giant scissors and all), the San Jose Chamber of Commerce presented us with a letter of congratulations and a plaque.
“We’re excited to be a part of the downtown San Jose business community,” said Marcus Chung of Malwarebytes. “We’d like to thank the millions of customers around the world who have supported us. Without them there is no us.”
As part of the ceremony, Malwarebytes also donated back into the community by presenting The Tech Museum of Innovation with a donation in the form of a comically over-sized check (not to be outdone by the scissors).
Following the ribbon cutting and photo ops, city officials were invited into the office to tour our new HQ and indulge in some cupcakes and bubbly.
We have worked very hard and are excited for more growth.