The new location puts ViralGains closer to a host of Boston’s advertising agencies with which the startup works. The new office, previously occupied by Kayak.com, also provides more space for ViralGains to grow.
Although the floorplan is only a little bigger than ViralGains’ previous office — 6,100 square feet versus 6,000 — CEO Tod Loofbourrow says the open layout provides more useable space. He estimated the company could fit 80 to 100 people in the office, up from a current total of about 40. The company is hiring for roles in data science, machine learning and sales, among other areas.
Loofbourrow said ViralGains has a three-year lease on the new headquarters, which it moved into on April 1.