Qwiki's New San Francisco Offices Are Almost As Nice As The Free Laundry

Qwiki office

One thing $9.5 million in funding can buy a startup is a new office.

Qwiki’s team of 10+ employees has moved out of the garage, packed up their bags, and moved to San Francisco.

Operating out of 470 Bryant Street, Qwiki’s new office brags flat screen tvs, a full-time chef, and a bean bag lounge area. 

If you like what you see, you could move in too. Qwiki says it’s “aggressively hiring” and is luring candidates with the promise of employee transportation compensation, group trips to Vegas, free laundry/dry cleaning services, catered meals, full health/dental insurance and gym memberships.

We have to say, we’re a little jealous.

Everything the camera touches is Qwiki's kingdom

Construction guys are still building out the new space

Clearly it's a Mac office

Qwiki gives employees daily catered meals, courtesy of this chef

More Qwikis hard at work, rocking Qwiki tees

Qwikis check out their new iPad app

Here's the complete Qwiki team hanging out by the ping pong table

Everyone works together in the same little nook

Here's a bean bag lounge area for watching Qwikis on a flat screen tv

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The TechCrunch Disrupt trophy watches over the bean bags

Here's Qwiki's cofounder Doug Imbruce

Have no clue what Qwiki is? Founder Doug Imbruce tells us:

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