Today Google announced via its France CEO Jean-Marc Tassetto the inauguration of its new Paris office (French Headquarters).
A brief history: Google.fr was launched in 2000. Founded in 2002, the French branch of Google now has 350 employees (*) [called "Googlers"] and the new Googleplex is 10,000-square meter in the 9th arrondissement of Paris. It has cost 100 million euros and is located at 8, rue de Londres.
(*) 350 employees while they were “only” 200 just one year ago.
Photo Gallery of new Google Office in France:
Inaugurating French headquarters with Eric Schmidt and Nicolas Sarkozy :
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