Apple Expands Footprint in India with Cutting-Edge Bengaluru Office

By Consultants Review Team Thursday, 18 January 2024

Apple has recently unveiled its new office at Minsk Square in Bengaluru, marking a significant expansion in its corporate presence in India. This state-of-the-art facility, capable of accommodating up to 1,200 employees, features dedicated laboratory spaces, collaborative zones, and areas designed for employee well-being. Notably, the interior design incorporates locally sourced materials, reflecting Apple's commitment to sustainability and community integration.

The Bengaluru office is the latest addition to Apple's existing corporate offices in key Indian cities such as Mumbai, Hyderabad, and Gurugram. The teams based in Bengaluru contribute to various aspects of Apple's operations, including software development, hardware technologies, services, and customer support.

An Apple spokesperson expressed excitement about the expansion, stating, "Apple is thrilled to expand in India with our new office in the heart of Bengaluru. This dynamic city is already home to many of our talented teams, including software engineering and hardware technologies, operations, customer support, and more. Like everything we do at Apple, this workspace is created to foster innovation, creativity, and connection. It’s an amazing space for our teams to collaborate."

With nearly 3,000 employees in India, Apple is actively engaged in supporting job creation through partnerships across the country. The newly inaugurated Bengaluru office operates entirely on renewable energy and aims for LEED platinum certification, aligning with Apple's global commitment to environmentally sustainable practices.

In addition to the office expansion, Apple has made recent strides in enhancing its retail presence in India. In April, the company opened two new retail locations – Apple BKC in Mumbai on April 18 and Apple Saket in Delhi on April 20. These developments underscore Apple's strategic efforts to strengthen its foothold and engagement in the rapidly growing Indian market.

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