Headroom moves into Europe's biggest start-up hub B.Amsterdam

Headroom x B.Amsterdam: moving into Europe’s biggest start-up hub

Headroom moves to B.Amsterdam

Headroom is moving HQs to B.Amsterdam!

You know us: we’ve been operating as a remote-first business since day 1 – but we think it’s important to have a place to call our own, where we can bring the team together in real life.

From September onward, that place will be B. Amsterdam – Europe’s biggest start-up hub.

Though we had the best time at our offices in prime locations like Herengracht and Entrepotdok in Amsterdam, we’re very excited to partner up with B. Amsterdam and start this new chapter:

As an international, remote-first company, they are the best community and office partners we could ask for. As Headroom CEO Kristel Kuit puts it, “it gives our team the flexibility to design their own work life”.

Co-working spaces like these are powerhouses of ideas and experiences – with people from different companies and walks of life working together within the same building.

This is why we can’t wait to join fellow start-ups, scale-ups and corporate innovators within the B.Amsterdam hub and bring some cool events to life.

Expect a welcome breakfast, a Headroom international member event and a Padel tournament starting from September.

Headroom at B. Amsterdam
Credits to B.Amsterdam and ArchDaily.

About Headroom

Headroom Assistance Inc. was founded with the vision to create an environment where Assistants and Executives come together and unlock their best work. Since then, we’ve become one of the leading providers of remote executive assistance to ambitious executives and startup founders.

We’re committed to make a positive impact on the lives of our Members, their businesses and the people around them, one task at a time. With our proprietary task management software and EA academy we raise both Executives and Executive Assistants to the next level.

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