Cybersecurity firm Immersive Labs unveils a ‘cool’ new HQ

Bristol cybersecurity firm Immersive Labs has unveiled its new headquarters in Bristol.

The company, which was founded by former GCHQ coach James Hadley, took up the entire sixth floor (16,000 square feet) of The Program building on All Saint’s Street. He was previously based at Runway East in the city.

The company has developed an online platform for organizations to identify cyber knowledge gaps in a workforce and counts Airbnb, Deutsche Bank and the Met Police among its customers. It employs over 300 people in its offices in Bristol and Boston, USA.

The new Bristol headquarters was designed by workplace design firm Interaction, who came up with the idea of ​​creating an “immersive experience” and “multi-sensory space” for Immersive Labs.

The office includes a scooter track; game room; collaborative and private workspaces; a reception; an auditorium for staff meetings; a soundproof podcast room; and a wellness suite where staff can have midday yoga sessions.

Dieter Wood, Managing Director of Interaction, said: “We are really excited to deliver this fun new office space for Immersive Labs. The company wanted their new headquarters to be compelling, full of character and cool – in short, they wanted to attract the brightest minds. by providing the best employee experience.”



New Immersive Labs headquarters in Bristol

Mr Wood said offices like the one designed for Immersive Labs encouraged “greater collaboration” and increased staff well-being. He added, “Happy, engaged employees get better quality work and are likely to stay with their company longer.”

Emily Farrington, executive assistant to the managing director and project manager at Immersive Labs, said the new office was “breathtaking.”

She said: “Interaction did everything they could to ensure that our workplace was delivered on time and in good condition. The whole project was a game changer for Immersive Labs. We now have a world-class office breathtaking venue that will house some of the UK’s best tech talent.

In November last year, Immersive Labs acquired Pennsylvania-based Snap Labs for an undisclosed amount. He also landed a major deal to help Formula 1 team McLaren Racing improve the cybersecurity skills of its workforce.

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