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Monday.com opens its APAC headquarters in Sydney

Enterprise project management and unicorn for team collaboration Monday. com digs deeper into the Asia Pacific with the opening of its new regional headquarters in Sydney. Founded in Israel, monday.com opened its headquarters in Sydney two and a half years after first launching in Australia in June 2020.

Monday.com recently recorded a 76% year-over-year growth in the number of employees in Australia, prompting the company to open its own space, said Dean Swan, vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan.

The company now has 13,000 customers in Australia, including Canva, Tourism Australia, Officeworks and Kmart. The number of customers in Australia and New Zealand grew by 122% year over year. Monday.com’s global sales were up 68% year-over-year, and Australia alone saw sales growth of around 50% year-over-year.

In terms of localizing monday.com for the Australian market, Swan said it is prioritizing industries that are especially relevant in the country, including retail, marketing, project and portfolio management, FSI and manufacturing. It also has local channel partners such as Work Perfect and Upstream.

In addition to Australia, monday.com is targeting New Zealand, Singapore and Japan for regional growth. It too has an office in Japanwhere customers Eisai Co. and Sony Biz Networks Corporation.

The opening of monday.com’s APAC headquarters comes about a year after it opened its first European headquarters in London, with plans to expand the workforce there to as many as 150 over the next few years.

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