PitchBook Plans to Add Hundreds of New Jobs Over the Next Two Years

The Seattle company says it has added more office space to accommodate the anticipated growth
Updated: Thu, 12/05/2019 - 08:57
 
 
  • The Seattle company says it has added more office space to accommodate the anticipated growth

PitchBook, a provider of financial data for the private and public equity markets, has expanded its office-space footprint to accommodate an anticipated 500 new hires over the next two years, the company announced.

The Seattle-based company’s workforce has already doubled since 2016, to some 1,200 employees worldwide. To handle future growth, PitchBook says it has added nearly 50,000 square feet of office space across its four locations in Seattle, New York, San Francisco and London. 

“PitchBook now occupies four floors in its downtown Seattle headquarters, three floors in Manhattan and relocated to new offices in both San Francisco and London,” the company says. “The investment in office space is to accommodate PitchBook's growing workforce.”

The expanded office space will house the projected 300 new hires the company plans to make in 2020 and another 200 in 2021, PitchBook adds. PitchBook made Seattle Business magazine’s list of 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2019 among large companies ― a ranking based on employee surveys.

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