Gismart, a leading international app and mobile game developer with over 1 billion downloads, has opened its office in Warsaw. The office will become the company’s new permanent European centre for all Gismart employees, in addition to the company’s existing London headquarters.
Gismart’s Warsaw office already has more than 40 full-time employees, and their number will grow. Overall, there are over 70 company’s employees located in Poland.
This summer, Gismart updated its relocation program and now provides full support for all its employees moving to Poland and Portugal. In addition, as part of the social package, the company offers fully compensated language courses for quick adaptation in a new country.
Earlier this year, Gismart opened several corporate hubs in Europe and announced the transition to the Remote First format. The company provides its employees full flexibility in choosing a location to reside.
“Currently, approximately 70 of Gismart’s employees are located in Poland, and this number is increasing. Opening a permanent office in Warsaw was only a matter of time. We wanted to provide our employees with a comfortable place to work, as well as create a new European corporate centre for people living in the EU, in addition to the existing head office in London.” – comments the operational director of Gismart Eugene Nagel.
Gismart is an umbrella brand, a leading developer and publisher of apps and mobile games with over 1 billion downloads. The company comprises several sub-brands representing different product groups including Loud Apps (music and utility apps), Wellness (wellness portfolio with a total of more than 20 million downloads), Woofz (a fast-growing Lovie award-winning Pet Tech product with over 2 million downloads), game dev studio Flime (casual puzzle games), Superinstant (social online games). The company’s HQ is located in London, UK. Today the company unites more than 300 specialists across Europe in a remote-first format. In 2020, Gismart was ranked the 6th fastest-growing company in Europe according to the Financial Times (FT 1000).
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