Keywords Studios to open office in Wroclaw, Poland
18,000 square metres of A-class office space, spread over 12 floors with at least 30% of the energy used in this building coming from renewable energy sources.
Keywords Studios, the international provider of creative and technology-enabled solutions to the global video games and entertainment industries, has today announced it is expanding its presence in Poland with the opening of a new office in Wroclaw.
The Wroclaw hub further expands Keywords’ integrated global network of studios, and builds upon the success of its Katowice hub, which opened in 2018. Supported by international advisory agency Cushman & Wakefield as well as facility owner Cavatina Holding, the new studio plans to open its doors in Quorum Office Park’s A building in 2024.
Rhonda Cottingham, FQA Service Line Director at Keywords Studios:
Keywords Studios is delighted to continue to build on our presence in Poland by expanding to Wroclaw. Our Katowice location has quickly become a key location for the delivery of our services to video game industry clients around the globe. Without the dedication and hard work of the team in Katowice, we would not be able to continue to grow so fast in Europe and we are excited for the opportunity to build our team in Wroclaw.
Chris Bewick, FQA Regional Director at Keywords Studios:
Katowice is the largest studio owned by the Keywords Studios group in Europe. To meet the expectations of our customers, the company has made another strategic decision by investing in expanding our operations in Poland, by adding a branch in Wroclaw. In Katowice, we have built a development-friendly and attractive work environment. We want to do the same by entering another large job market in the video game industry – Wroclaw. The location and standard of the office are important factors in this process.