Reddit Opens Office in Australia

It is the platform’s fourth-largest market in terms of user base


Australia has represented the fourth-largest market for Reddit in terms of user base, growing at 40% year over year, and the company recognized that growth by opening a new office in Sydney Monday (July 12).

Reddit’s expansion into Australia follows similar entries into Canada in March and the U.K. last September.

Country manager David Ray—who will join Reddit in the coming weeks from WooliesX and also brings experience leading teams in Australia for Amazon, Telstra and Twitter to the table—head of international Tariq

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