Dronehub, a European drone-in-a-box solutions firm, has relocated its Warsaw office to the Varso Place complex, which includes Varso Tower, the tallest office building in the European Union.
“Relocation to such a prestigious office complex as Varso Place is the next step in the development of our company. As an innovative company providing modern drone infrastructure, we are always looking for the most innovative and effective solutions. Thanks to relocation, we are at the very center of the Polish business and innovative environment,” Vadym Melnyk, founder and CEO of Dronehub.
The Varso complex consists of three parts, one of which, the Varso Tower, is 310 meters high, making it the tallest office building in the European Union.
The Dronehub office is part of the Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC Warsaw) located in the Varso 2 building, alongside companies such as Box and Tidio.
“We are glad that the CIC Warsaw community is growing with another valuable customer, Dronehub. Realising that drones play an increasingly important role in many areas of our lives, we see a huge added value in the presence of Dronehub in the space of the Innovation Campus,” said Jerzy Brodzikowski, General Manager of CIC Warsaw.
“So far, over 6,500 companies have had their headquarters at the Cambridge Innovation Center around the world, from such giants as Microsoft, IBM or L’Oréal, to start-ups such as HubSpot or Amazon. This is the path we want to follow,” added Melnyk, CEO of Dronehub.