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Inside Facebook's offices - what they really look like

17 Dec 15

Facebook was founded in 2004 and is now one of the biggest tech companies across the world with more than one billion daily active users.

Headquartered in California, the social media platform employs 11,996 people across the world, with 14 U.S-based offices, as well as international offices in Amsterdam, Auckland, Berlin, Brasilia, Brussels, Buenos Aires, Dubai, Dublin, Gurgaon, Hamburg, Hong Kong, Hyderabad, Jakarta, Johannesburg, Karlsruhe, Kuala Lumpur, London, Madrid, Melbourne, Mexico City, Milan, Montreal, Mumbai, New Delhi, Paris, Sao Paulo, Seoul, Singapore, Stockholm, Sydney, Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Toronto, Vancouver, and Warsaw.

Facebook is known for its innovative, 'hacking' culture, in an environment that rewards creative problem solving and rapid decision making. We take a peek inside some the tech giant's global offices. 

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