Uber is adding 600 employees in Amsterdam and is doubling the size of its international headquarters, the company announced Wednesday.
Uber plans to move into a new office in Amsterdam at the end of the year, Business Insider reports. The ride-sharing company hopes that half of a nearly 22,000 square-feet building called “The Cloud” will be big enough to accommodate the 1,000 employees it plans to add over the next 10 years. Currently, there are 400 Uber employees in the city.
According to the NL Times, Uber first opened its international headquarters in Amsterdam in 2012, but moved to a new office there in 2015 after the company’s employees grew from 50 to 400.