Adyen expands North American presence with new office in San Francisco.

March 13, 2024
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  • Adyen, a global fintech company, has opened a new 150,000-square-foot office in San Francisco to support its North American presence.
  • The company’s rapid growth in the region is highlighted by a 27% increase in net revenues in North America.

Fueled by Growth, Global Fintech Adyen Doubles Down on North American Presence With New 150,000-Square-Foot Office in Downtown San Francisco

Adyen, a leading global financial technology platform, has expanded its presence in North America by signing a lease for a new 150,000-square-foot office in downtown San Francisco. The office, located at 505 Brannan Street, will house Adyen’s San Francisco team of over 300 employees and span all six floors of the building. This strategic move showcases Adyen’s commitment to the North American market and its ambition for future growth.

The new office space is designed to promote collaboration and innovation among employees, providing a conducive environment for the team to thrive. Additionally, its proximity to many of Adyen’s North American clients in San Francisco reinforces the company’s dedication to serving its customers effectively.

Davi Strazza, President of North America at Adyen, expressed pride in the expansion, citing the company’s decade-long investment in the region. North America has been a key growth area for Adyen, with a notable 27% increase in net revenues year on year. The company’s focus on providing best-in-class fintech solutions has resulted in partnerships with leading U.S. companies such as McDonald’s, Microsoft, Uber, and Etsy.

San Francisco serves as Adyen’s North American headquarters, complementing its existing presence in Chicago, New York, and Toronto. The company’s consistent growth in the region since establishing its first office in San Francisco in 2012 reflects its strong commitment to the market.

Recognized as one of Built In’s Best Places to Work in San Francisco, Adyen continues to attract and retain top talent as it expands its operations in the region. With offices worldwide, the company collaborates with industry giants like Meta, Uber, H&M, eBay, and Microsoft to provide comprehensive payment solutions, data-driven insights, and financial products.

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