Russian IT company Yandex announced that it plans to reopen its headquarters in Istanbul from March 1, which will include a collaboration space and a full-fledged office. It has been reported TASS.
“Yes, we are increasing the number of hubs. A new center is opening in Turkey, the agency’s source said. According to him, registration in the new office will take up to three months.
The official representative of Yandex confirmed this information. “This office will focus on the teams that need to be in the country to develop service in the local market,” the press service said.
In the past, Yandex already opened an office in Istanbul. The building operated in the Turkish city from 2011 to 2020. The decision to open an office was taken in parallel with the launch of the branded search engine in Turkey. Since then, the company’s cartographic and logistics services have been offered to users from Turkey.
We closed the Istanbul office in September 2020 – during the pandemic period, it was decided to work with Turkish partners from the headquarters in Russia.
According to the information on the company’s website, Yandex offices are located in Moscow and St. Petersburg, as well as in Minsk (Belarus), Alma-Ata (Kazakhstan), Lucerne (Switzerland) and Amsterdam (Netherlands).
Yandex offices are also located on other continents – Shanghai (China) and Newburyport (USA). From offices recently opened in Tel Aviv (Israel) and Prague (Czech Republic).
Arkady Volozh, co-founder of Yandex at the end of 2022 wrote a farewell letter employees who deem the upcoming plan for the company’s restructuring as reasonable and necessary.
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