Making Science, an international technology and marketing consultancy specializing in digital acceleration, announced today the opening of its new headquarters located in Chicago’s River North neighborhood.
“The new office represents an investment in the Chicago business community and a commitment to supporting the ongoing downtown revitalization,” commented Chief Customer Officer Mallory Bradford, who joined Making Science after leaving Google earlier this year. With personal ties to the Chicago area, Bradford commented, “While we continue to expand Making Science’s footprint across the US, as a lifelong Chicagoian, I’m thrilled that the city I love will be at the heart of our story.”
The new headquarters boasts Making Science’s signature fuchsia decorations, which contrast the brick and wood details in the space and showcase the full views of the Chicago loop. The office is fully stocked with food, drinks, and other amenities to offer all employees a welcoming and enjoyable work environment. In addition, employees will be presented with volunteer and community events, such as the team’s recent volunteer work with the Greater Chicago Food Depository.
Making Science’s mission of expanding its presence within the US goes well beyond the e-commerce businesses it serves. With a people and service-centered culture, the Making Science leadership is committed to improving the communities where employees live, work, and relax. Chosen with careful consideration for the business environment, potential, surrounding talent, and flexibility of remote work, the new US headquarters will serve as the US hub.