Apple inaugurates new Bengaluru office, underscores India commitment

With almost 3,000 employees in India, Apple's collaboration with local suppliers creates thousands of jobs nationwide

January 17, 2024

The new Apple office, with 15 floors, is designed to accommodate up to 1,200 employees

The office is strategically crafted to foster innovation, creativity, and collaboration, aligning with Apple's core values

The move represents the latest addition to Apple's corporate office presence across Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Gurugram

The company also partners with various entities in India to support environmental protection initiatives and enhance access to education and employment opportunities

Apple has inaugurated its latest office in Bengaluru, India, signalling a strengthened commitment to the world’s second-largest smartphone market, particularly as it expands beyond China. The new Apple office, with 15 floors, is designed to accommodate up to 1,200 employees and includes dedicated lab spaces, collaborative areas, wellness facilities, and Caffe Macs.

Expressing enthusiasm about the expansion in India, a spokesperson for Apple stated that Bengaluru is already home to various talented teams, encompassing software engineering, hardware technologies, operations, customer support, and more. The office is strategically crafted to foster innovation, creativity, and collaboration, aligning with Apple’s core values. The move represents the latest addition to Apple’s corporate office presence across Bengaluru, Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Gurugram, marking a significant milestone in the tech giant’s 25-year history in India.

Apple’s Bengaluru teams are actively engaged in diverse business aspects, spanning software, hardware, services, IS&T, operations, and customer support. With almost 3,000 employees in India, Apple’s collaboration with local suppliers contributes to the creation of hundreds of thousands of jobs nationwide. The company also partners with various entities in India to support environmental protection initiatives and enhance access to education and employment opportunities.

Source: Economic Times

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