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Hello Atlanta: Salesforce Tower Top Floor Opens to the Community

Today, we’re thrilled to open the 34th floor — the top floor — of Salesforce Tower Atlanta to our employees, customers, partners, and the local community. After two years of working mostly remotely, the 34th floor, which we call the ‘Ohana Floor, is a flexible space where people can come to collaborate and connect with each other. The open floor plan includes shared spaces and seating to optimize collaboration and networking. Guests can enjoy the barista bar, chef’s table, and stunning views.

“I’ve worked at Salesforce for nearly four years, and my amazing colleagues make me excited to go to work every day,” said Aubree Broadwater, Salesforce Manager, Equality Enablement. “I look at the ‘Ohana Floor as the physical representation of my community and workplace coming together. From viewing the skyline of my hometown Atlanta to connecting with my BOLDforce family, being in this space is fun, vibrant, and makes me feel blessed to be part of Salesforce Atlanta.”

In addition to Salesforce employees, customers, and partners, the space will be open to local nonprofits, NGOs, and foundations that are aligned with Salesforce’s values of Trust, Customer Success, Innovation, Equality, and Sustainability. Community members can submit a request to use the space for free to host charitable fundraisers, receptions, and special events that have a focus on humanitarian, social, educational, or environmental causes. To date, events on our ‘Ohana Floors have raised more than $18 million for non-profit organizations around the world.

“Salesforce has contributed to the innovation, economic growth and social impact in Atlanta for years,” said Doug Shipman, Atlanta City Council President. “The opening of the Salesforce Tower Atlanta ‘Ohana Floor is another example of how the company continues to invest in the community. We’re delighted to have this beautiful space available to our city.”

Ohana Floors are fully open, flexible spaces that accommodate our employees, customers, partners, and the community.
The Atlanta ‘Ohana Floor offers 360-degree views of the Atlanta skyline, Buckhead, Dunwoody, and Kennesaw Mountain.
The opening of our Atlanta ‘Ohana Floor marks our sixth global ‘Ohana Floor to date.

Salesforce’s continued growth in Atlanta

Salesforce Atlanta is one of our southernmost campuses in the United States, and allows us to attract and retain the best and most diverse pool of highly skilled employees in an area known as the Silicon Peach.

In 2018, we made a public commitment to our continued growth in Atlanta with a pledge to hire 600 people over the next five years. Today, we’ve nearly doubled that hiring commitment — more than a year ahead of schedule — having onboarded more than 1,000 people in Atlanta over the past three years alone.

We’ve been able to scale our award-winning culture and are proud that Salesforce has been ranked one of Atlanta’s top workplaces for seven years in a row.

Our culture of giving back

As we continue to grow in Atlanta, so does our ability to contribute to the local community. Through our 1-1-1 model of philanthropy, Salesforce has contributed $4.6 million in grants to local nonprofits, and our employees have volunteered more than 71,000 hours in Atlanta.

All of our global towers will feature an ‘Ohana Floor to continue to give back to our communities around the world. Today, Salesforce Towers Atlanta, San Francisco, New York, London, and Indianapolis are open, with more on the way in Tokyo, Chicago, Sydney, and Dublin.

Our global campus will continue to play an important role in how we collaborate, connect, and drive culture.

Learn more about how Salesforce’s global real estate strategy is driving Success from Anywhere here.

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