>> Every great journey begins with the first step.
>> And the first step you take here at Vooza is off the elevator.
>> And the space is so elegant.
>> There’s these windows that bring the sense of not being in the
>> building, but outside of it, like, like a see-through wall.
>> Our primary objective is to create an
>> office that people love, and never wanna leave.
>> The kind of place where you’re like uh, I forgot I
>> was even supposed to go to my kid’s little league game.
>> And as you enter, we like to pull you into our reception area.
>> We’ve really captured the soul of the magazines that are over there.
>> Like, I like to pretend I’m in Forbes magazine, and I’m a businessman,
>> telling business people what to do on their business time.
>> Well, it’s a free environment where people express themselves, you know?
>> We have whiteboards everywhere.
>> Anyone can write on them.
>> And yeah, sometimes that may look a little
>> chaotic, but that’s how our engineers like it.
>> We have a playful environment here.
>> We have this spectacular ping pong table that
>> looks like it just dropped in from outer space.
>> Ping pong, anyone?
>> I mean, this is where we do some of our most meaningful play.
>> And then there’s like this foosball table that we have.
>> Where you can just spin these players over and over again.
>> And then sometimes I like to pretend I’m one
>> of those players, and I’m just spinning around and around.
>> Just, I don’t even care if the ball is anywhere near me.
>> I’m just spinning, you know?
>> We encourage people to take ownership of their spaces.
>> It teaches people it’s okay to be yourself.
>> Lots of perks here.
>> We’ve got the refrigerator that’s filled
>> with Red Bull and pudding, you know?
>> And that puts you in that childlike state of mind, you know?
>> Which is where I feel the best ideas come from.
>> I expense my massages, my Pilates classes, my eyebrow
>> shaping, my subscription to US Weekly, my therapist, my Klonopin.
>> And no one’s said anything so far, so I think it’s fine.
>> Just like Facebook, we like to offer free
>> transportation to anyone that wants to commute across our campus.
>> We have a special acoustical space that
>> employees can use as a primal scream room.
>> Aah, Mommy!
>> Most companies view their office as the square footage they rent.
>> We view it as the environment we inhabit.
>> And it’s our environment that makes it all possible.