Dallas will be receiving a brand new headquarters from the company who brought dermatological advances and and expert skin care according to a Fort Worth Business Press article from December 10 which reports,
“Galderma, the world’s leading dermatology company, is moving its headquarters to downtown Dallas, though its distribution center will remain in Fort Worth, the Lausanne, Switzerland-based company announced Dec. 10.
In summer 2022, Galderma will relocate to the Trammell Crow Center at 2001 Ross Ave. Galderma has approximately 400 home office employees who will work from the new location.
The new, state-of-the-art office space at Trammell Crow Center will comprise 50,000 square feet on the 16th and 17th floors. Its interior, designed by Unispace, is modern and open and was designed to promote collaboration, creativity, productivity and connections. The Trammell Crow Center, located in the Dallas Arts District, has recently completed a $135 million renovation.”
Those who made the moving possible shared their insights regarding the decision to move to another location which was special as it was in Dallas according to a Dallas Morning News article from December 9 which reports,
“When we think about Galderma and its refreshed brand, we really wanted a setting that was a good match — one that was innovative and inspiring,” Gomez-Thinnes said. “What better location than a downtown location that allows our people to be inspired by not just the building they are in but their surroundings.”
“Our search included several national and local options, but once we saw what the Arts District has to offer — a thriving, walkable location that will allow our associates to become part of the community where they work, as well as to help attract new talent as we continue to grow, we were set on Dallas,” Michael Shires, head of Galderma Global Real Estate and Facilities, said in a statement. “We are so happy to be able to continue the next chapter of growth for Galderma U.S. in Texas.”
“Moving to Dallas is just one example of the transformation happening across the organization,” Gomez-Thinnes said. “We’ve recently introduced a premium new brand look and are experiencing tremendous growth, expanding our current portfolio and adding new innovations through robust R&D efforts and through acquisitions and licensing opportunities.”
Galderma is the company who brought Cetaphil which is one of the famous skincare products. Galderma has been growing since 1981 and currently, it is marketing its products in more than 100 countries.