Tech company OwnBackup opened its new headquarters in Englewood Cliffs on Oct. 20.
The administrative digs are equipped for 160 employees, reflecting OwnBackup’s recent rapid pace of growth in the Garden State. The 30,000-square-foot office space is designed with a collaborative open layout centered around a full auditorium for community events.
The office also has a vast array of employee perks including a gaming room with arcade and console games, spa-style lounge with massage chairs, pub area with stocked beer taps, and a full kitchen. The company provides a free shuttle to-and-from Manhattan, offering a 20-minute ride for New York City commuters.
OwnBackup, has doubled its staff size every year since 2016. The company’s recent expansion made it the second-fastest-growing tech company in the Garden State as part of Inc.’s fastest-growing private companies list.
In the coming months OwnBackup, which has secured nearly $50 million in funding – including a $23.25 million Series C raise earlier this year, will hire regional talent for various roles including sales, marketing, customer support, product, technical support and administration.
“Bergen County is excited to welcome OwnBackup and its growing base of employees to Englewood Cliffs,” said Bergen County Executive Jim Tedesco. “Bergen County is one of the best places to live, raise a family and work, thanks to our highly skilled workforce, excellent schools and parks, and diverse downtowns. Our strong county economic development team helps businesses like OwnBackup thrive because we believe in investing in each other, our workforce and our shared future.”
“I am delighted to welcome OwnBackup to Englewood Cliffs. Businesses like OwnBackup are the backbone of America and they drive our technology-based economy forward,” said Englewood Cliffs Mayor Mario Kranjac. “Englewood Cliffs has emerged as a place where start-ups, development stage companies and Fortune 500 companies can thrive, grow and prosper. Their employees can live comfortably here, raise their families, run, cycle, walk, hike and kayak all in view of New York City.”