Since you are reading this, I bet you’ve been actively following SpamExperts social media channels and updates for a while now and are wondering who we are as a team. Since we’ve been in business for ten years already, we decided it was time we introduced our team to our community. Besides this, why not share some best practices and insights from our spam fighting experience through a series of blog posts?
SpamExperts has grown from a small start-up in 2005 to become recognized in the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and Main Software 50 competitions for the fastest growing technology companies in the entire EMEA region 2013 and 2014. As it has worldwide presence, with its headquarters in Amsterdam, a secondary office in Bucharest and development offices around the globe, let’s take a closer look at each SpamExperts city.
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
This little “Venice of the North” is one of the top European financial centers and home to more than one hundred kilometers of beautiful canals. It stands out through its rich architecture and impressive variety of beer, but it is also a flourishing IT and entrepreneurial environment. It was only natural to become the home of SpamExperts headquarters.
What was once the “Little Paris” of the East, the capital city of Romania is now a beautiful mix of old and new, of culture, history, and architecture, and the center of Romanian media, culture and art. Currently among the top ten largest cities in the European Union, Bucharest is a booming city with a thriving IT ecosystem.
The industrial and agricultural riches, as well as the heavy focus on the chemical sector and food processing industry, have stimulated the small city of Kursk to prosper into an influential industrial center and into one of the significant administrative hubs in Russia.
Mexican state Zacatecas was named in 1993 by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site. The main focus of the population here is mining, however in past year it has also shifted towards agriculture and manufacturing. The state incorporates a part of the Chihuahuan Desert, home to a large amount of cacti. Moreover, Zacatecas is one of the most ecologically diverse deserts on earth, next to being rich and diverse in biology.
Auckland, New Zealand
Also known as the “City of Sails”, Auckland is the largest city in New Zealand and takes pride in beautiful nature, beaches, volcanoes, harbors and rivers. Voted third place in the world in the Mercer Quality of Living Survey, Auckland is a multinational city and home to the largest Polynesian community.