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Everise opens new Philippines site in Araneta City, expected to bring 400 jobs to the city

Everise opens new Philippines site in Araneta City, expected to bring 400 jobs to the city

The 7,800 sqft site features meeting and collaboration spaces, training rooms, an employee lounge, nap rooms, and a clinic.

Customer experience solution provider, Everise, has opened a new Philippines site located in Araneta City in Quezon City. The new site aims to expand its operational footprint in the Philippines, tap into a broader talent pool, and providing greater employment accessibility to its employees.

The 7,800 sqft site is located at Cyberpark Tower 1 along Gen. Aguinaldo Avenue, holding a workstation capacity of 400, and featuring meeting and collaboration spaces, training rooms, an employee lounge, nap rooms, a clinic, as well as a fully outfitted recreational space.

The location of Araneta City, Quezon City, at the crossroads of key transportation arteries, sees Everise's new site allowing employees to commute to work easily, with the office linked to eight major cities in the National Capital Region.

Sudhir Agarwal, Founder & CEO of Everise, said: "Everise has always focused on hiring the right talent in the right places, ensuring they are highly qualified with the right skillsets to serve clients in the long term."

Everise's Araneta City site operates on a hybrid delivery model, combining an innovative workspace with the flexibility of remote work, aimed to support employees' work-life integration.

Department of Information and Communications Technology Undersecretary Atty. Jocelle Batapa-Sigue, shared that the region's ambition is to make Quezon City a model city for digital employment, digital jobs, and digital innovation. "I am so happy that Everise is in the midst of spearheading this development and would like to congratulate them on their new site opening."

aditi dec 2023 everise araneta city launch ceremony

Further, Head of Business Permits and Licenses of the Quezon City Government Margie Santos, shared: "On behalf of Mayor Joy Belmonte, I welcome Everise here in Quezon City. We would like to thank Everise and hope that there will be more businesses like them." 

On the occasion, President and CEO of the IT and Business Process Association of the Philippines Jack Madrid, said: "Congratulations to Everise and your 16,000-strong champions of customer happiness on your latest opening in the beautiful city of Quezon City." 


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Images / Everise 

Caption for in-line image / From left, Contact Center Association of the Philippines (CCAP) President Mickey Ocampo, IT-Business Process Management Association of the Philippines (IBPAP) President & CEO Jack Madrid, Everise Philippines VP for Operations Kristine Bondoc, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Undersecretary Atty. Jocelle Batapa-Sigue, Head of Business Permits and Licenses of the Quezon City Government Margarita Santos, Everise Philippines VP for Human Resources Ma Ann Reyes, Everise APAC Senior Facilities Director Emily Magtibay and Everise Araneta City Senior Site Director Alejandro Hernandez cut the ribbon during the launch ceremony.

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