Tpay, an operator of a system enabling fast online payments, including by Blik, payment cards and bank transfer, is relocating its office to Andersia Tower in Poznań. Savills advised on the lease for office space on one of the top floors of the building.
“The Polish e-commerce market has massive potential and has been growing at a rapid pace for several years. This year it has received an extra impetus from new customers who have done online shopping for the first time. We are thrilled to participate in this digital revolution by providing tools for facilitating safe internet shopping. Although we operate in the virtual world and are now relying mostly on remote working, we believe that the office will, in the long term, continue to be an important part of teamwork and be used to deliver high-quality products to our clients,” says Paweł Działak, CEO, Tpay.
Andersia Tower is the tallest building in the capital of the Greater Poland province. The communal areas of this office and hotel complex have recently been fully refurbished. It offers approximately 10,000 sq m of modern office space. One of its attractions is a gym located on the top floor. Tpay will take up space on the 17th floor of the building and the move into the new office is scheduled for spring 2021.
“Tpay is a rapidly growing tech company that Poznań can be proud of. It was founded by graduates of the Poznań University of Technology who have a deep understanding of the local market and appreciate the central location of Andersia Tower and the spectacular view of the city’s skyline from the windows of the new office,” says Piotr Skuza, Regional Manager, Office Agency, Savills.
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