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Exolaunch opens the doors at its new space-themed office in Berlin

As Exolaunch keeps growing and expanding its business, the company needed to increase its space too. In February 2020, Exolaunch opened a new office facility at its headquarters in Berlin.

The modern and airy space is dominated by pristine white color and futuristic shapes resembling a space capsule. It features working desks, a meeting room and a lounge to encourage exciting conversations on the future of commercial spaceflights.

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Dmitriy Bogdanov, CEO at Exolaunch said: “We wanted to create a state-of-the-art office for our team to inspire creativity and innovation, and a sophisticated spaceship-like area for meetings with our partners. And we are very happy with the result!”

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We are excited to open this new creative and inspirational place for our team members. And we look forward to welcoming our partners and customers in Exolaunch Command Center soon!

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