2,000-employee Anaplan to relocate its HQ to Miami early next year

After more than a decade in San Francisco, Anaplan, a software company with 2,000 employees globally, is relocating its headquarters to Miami in early 2024.

Anaplan, which provides cloud-based business planning and analytics software,  was acquired and taken private by Thoma Bravo for $10.4 billion last year. Orlando Bravo, Thoma Bravo’s co-founder, moved to Miami Beach in late 2020. Anaplan CEO Charlie Gottdiener, who took over in December, is already based in Miami, according to Bloomberg, which first reported the relocation news.  

“Our Miami office will complement our existing US presence in New York, Minneapolis, and the San Francisco Bay Area, and will serve as our headquarters,” the company said in a statement to Bloomberg. “We continue to be committed to the Bay Area and serving our many customers based in this region.”

Anaplan did not disclose how many employees will be based in Miami, which Anaplan called “a thriving business center,” or where the new office might be located.

Thoma Bravo, however, signed a long-term lease for 37,000 square feet at the under-construction 830 Brickell, a 55-story office building in Miami’s financial district, reported BisNow, which confirmed the Anaplan news.

Billionaire Ken Griffin’s Citadel, which moved to Miami from Chicago, has plans to occupy six floors in the same tower. Microsoft is also planning to move into 50,000 square feet in 830 Brickell, as are other finance, tech and law firms.

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