On March 4, Indeed Inc. celebrated the opening of its new office at Champion Office Park, 6433 Champion Grandview Way, Bldg. 1, Austin. The company was previously located at 7501 N. Capital of Texas Hwy., Austin. Indeed plans to grow from 500 to 1,500 employees at the 220,000-square-foot office. Amenities include a fitness center, yoga studio and game room. The company will host community events and plans to partner with Girls Who Code this summer. 512-459-5300. www.indeed.com
Relocations: Indeed Inc.
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